More eyes on the ball

Back in May, Ombudsman Kim Carter slapped the provincial government's gaming policy and enforcement branch around for failing to "adequately monitor, investigate or otherwise regulate" the British Columbia Lottery Corp.'s prize payout system. No firings, resignations or retirements have happened as a result of that criticism. But there are going to be some hirings. The enforcement branch recently posted want ads for four new managers responsible for forensic, horse racing, lottery and casino investigations. In an interview with Public Eye, public safety and solicitor general communications manager Brett Lowther confirmed those posts are in response to Ms. Carter's report into the prize payout process.

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