Originally Posted by Poker Orifice
You do realize that if you were to rent that living space up in Montreal today you could be playing on Pokerstars with ROW players.
My understanding from the article above is that Loto-Quebec is the only legal Poker software in Quebec due to the government having total control of gambling in Quebec. Amaya is from Quebec but can't legally facilitate online gambling there. The deal between Loto-Quebec and Amaya would allow PS a license in Quebec. The deal is not done yet. But once it is, then yes, I could play Internationally from my "Montreal Residence."
Is Quebec the only province of Canada
that doesn't allow PS legally?
The article seems to imply that PS is operating in Quebec.. but currently in a "shady" legal situation.