Each year, $10 million from the sales of Quest for Gold lottery tickets goes to the Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport for the Quest for Gold Ontario athlete assistance program.
Each year, OLG gives back millions of dollars to communities that host gaming facilities. Municipalities use this money to fund projects like college and university campuses, hospitals, community centres, and charities.
It’s people like Rob McMillan, Security Manager, Gateway Casinos Thunder Bay, who add the personal touch to our Responsible Gambling (RG) programs and are making a real difference for customers.
With more than 30 years in the community, OLG has deep roots in Sault Ste. Marie.
During his time as a gaming site general manager with OLG, Grant Darling saw firsthand how critically important our Responsible Gambling (RG) program is to our business—and how important it is for OLG’s land-based gaming service providers to maintain our RG standards and commitment to social responsibility.
OLG's Corporate Social Responsibility Report serves as a measure of OLG's efforts in a number of areas of social responsibility including: Responsible Gambling and efforts to educate players and address problem gambling; earning and keeping customers' trust; supporting employees' engagement in communities; strengthening communities; and, reducing OLG’s impact on the environment. Our report has transitioned to a fully digital report that will be regularly updated to communicate key social responsibility developments as they occur. Our new report is easy to access and navigate, and it demonstrates OLG’s ongoing commitment to social responsibility.