Nova Scotians can see how the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation is meeting its social responsibilities in its 2010-11 Community Report, released today, Oct. 3.
"This report provides Nova Scotians with an update on the commitments we have made as part of our Social Responsibility Charter," said the gaming corporation's acting president and CEO Stephen MacDonald. "We take our responsibilities seriously and we fully recognize that Nova Scotians want a socially responsible gaming industry. This community report shows how we are meeting our obligations."
The report outlines more than 30 commitments that were made during 2010-11 and includes the status and results of each as they relate to the five pillars established under gaming corporation's charter: Responsible Gambling, Integrity and Security, Citizens and Communities, Corporate Governance, and Stakeholder Relationships.
Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation's 2010-11 Community Report is available on its website at http://nsgc.ca/social_responsibility/social_responsibility_report_card
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Nova Scotians can see how the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation
is meeting its social responsibilities with a report released
today (October 3rd).
The corporation's 2010-11 Community Report provides an
account of how the corporation's Social Responsibility Charter is
applied to its operations.
Gaming corporation acting president and CEO Stephen
MacDonald says the report provides Nova Scotians with an update
on the social responsibility commitments the gaming industry has
made and shows how the industry is meeting its obligations.
Media Contact: Robyn McIsaac
Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation