Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation CEO resigns
Saturday, March 24, 2007
"By mutual agreement, Duncan Brown and the Board of OLG have decided a change of leadership is appropriate," the lottery corporation said on Friday. "Brown has stepped down from his post as CEO."
Before Brown joined OLG in 2004 he was CEO of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. He has worked in the lotto industry since the 1970s.
A new CEO will be chosen by the Board in the coming months, the Interim CEO will be chosen in a few days.
Investigation of retailers
This month OLG recalled over 1,000,000 scratch and win tickets. The "Super Bingo" tickets were also removed after complaints that one could see which were the winning tickets.
"They're faced with a wall of silence," Marin said. "The OLG essentially turns against them and instead of investigating the complaint, investigates the complainant."
Marin will release the report on Monday.
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