TORONTO, ONTARIO -- (Marketwired) -- 07/05/13 -- Happy Canada Day Everyone! Canadians are enjoying a holiday that is like no other as it marks the 146th birthday of our country. on Monday, everything was red and white in honour of the greatest country in the world, including Canada's most trusted online gambling guide.
Onlinecasino.org is relaunching today with a distinctly Canadian design. The logo, the background, the colour scheme on all the pages - everything is now redesigned to incorporate a patently Canadian appearance. The look and feel of the new Onlinecasino.org unabashedly caters to its target Canadian audience to provide a gaming and educational experience for users in a truly patriotic way.
As Canada's oldest, largest, and most trusted online gambling guide with headquarters based in the country's largest city, it's about time for Onlinecasino.org to proudly stand up and display its true national colours. Users are invited to find the top rated online casinos that are most popular among Canadian players. Onlinecasino.org also provides daily updates on important industry insights, and inherently Canadian gaming intelligence to help players appreciate an entertaining and educational experience.
The goal of Onlinecasino.org is to create the best and largest online casino guide in the world. Players can browse the guide to find the most enjoyable, rewarding, and most importantly secure online casinos on the web. The newly re-launched site is another step towards solidifying that stature, and promises users hours of education and entertainment. Oh Canada!
Based in Toronto, Onlinecasino.org is a web portal that provides detailed information on North America's most trusted, legal online casinos with an emphasis on Canadian information. With a combined experience of over 25 years in the industry, Onlinecasino.org strives to be recognized as the best and most trusted un-biased guide to online gambling.
Andy Belton, Head of Media.
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