May 3, 2024 2 min read


Elements Casino Chilliwack Donates $680K to KRLA

Famous for its charitable initiatives, the casino property has donated over CAD 5.2 million ($3.8 million) to KRLA since 2013

Elements Casino Chilliwack, a casino property in British Columbia, Canada, has unveiled a donation of almost a million Canadian dollars to The Knight Road Legacy Association (KRLA). The funding, according to the casino’s official announcement, will fuel dozens of local charities, in line with the gaming property’s goal to make a positive change.

As announced by Elements Casino Chilliwack, it has proudly donated CAD 925,495 (approximately $677,110) to charities in the city. A total of 47 local non-profits in the area will benefit from the donation, acquiring crucial funds to continue their initiatives.

This is not the first time Elements Casino Chilliwack has donated money to such causes. Famous for its charitable initiatives, the casino property has donated over CAD 5.2 million ($3.8 million) to KRLA since 2013.

The casino said that it is proud to once again be able to support KRLA and its initiatives.

Elements Casino Chilliwack is #PROUD to present The Knight Road Legacy Association (KRLA) with a cheque of $925,495!

Elements Casino Chilliwack statement

The cheque was awarded at a ceremony in the presence of Elements Casino Chilliwack’s director of operations Rhonda Dyck, Great Canadian Entertainment’s regional vice president Michael Worth and KRLA’s president Jerry Wernicke.

Other BCLC News

Speaking of British Columbia, the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) recently warned the public about an increasing number of online scams. According to the regulator, an increasing number of fraudulent online operators are now presenting themselves as legitimate BC casinos in an effort to collect financial information or personal details.

In more recent news, a new report showed that some of Ontario’s wagering operators are advertising their products nationwide, despite being legal only in Canada’s most populous province. According to Marie-Noëlle Savoie, the British Columbia Lottery Corporation’s chief compliance officer, Canadians are getting bombarded with gambling ads in markets where there’s no regulation established or where the gambling operators do not hold a license


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