Gambling in Canada predates the famous John Cabot voyage to the region. It is quoted by various historians that the game was very popular among the natives of the region before John arrived. The games which Canadian casinos offer are a variety of European and American standards. The fact is that the Canadian natives used sticks in place of cards to ensure that the game moves on. This is very long before the first deck of cards was designed. The Klondike Gold Rush saw the Americans putting efforts to transform the Canadian gambling industry. The modern casino games were developed and the gamblers were lured in by promising returns. The Faro was the first variation which was played by the Canadian gamblers before the regular gaming was introduced. The oldest trace of Faro can be found in 1400 which means that the regional gambling at that time was on high.