The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) today released its Corporate Social Responsibility Report (CSR) for fiscal year 2015-16. The CSR report serves as a measure of OLG’s contribution and impacts that make life better for people across Ontario.
“Corporate social responsibility has been a part of OLG’s culture for over four decades,” said Paul Pellizzari, Executive Director, Policy and Social Responsibility at OLG. “OLG’s 2015-16 CSR report demonstrates how OLG makes Ontario a better place to live and our commitment to offering great games and destinations.”
OLG delivered more than $2.2 billion in net profit to the Ontario government in 2015-16 – money the government uses to support vital services Ontarians rely on. The report highlights OLG’s accomplishments in key areas of social responsibility including building public trust; addressing social impacts of gambling; supporting OLG employees; strengthening Ontario’s communities; and reducing OLG’s environmental impact. It also highlights the development and launch of PlaySmart, OLG’s education and player support program, which builds positive play habits into the gaming experience of every player.
OLG’s full 2015-2016 CSR report is available on OLG.ca.