Studies have shown that youth between the ages of 18 and 24 experience the highest risk of developing gambling problems. Know the Score 2 (kts2) is a program that was developed to focus on this at-risk demographic. The evidence-based, interactive problem gambling awareness program engages university and colleges students in a fun and informative way.
This article originally appeared in SaltWire publications across Atlantic Canada.
CHRIS KEEVILL and SARA NAPIER
Just as the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has created uncertainty in all of our daily lives, it has also forced businesses and non-profits to re-evaluate everything — from the details of our day-to-day operations to how we articulate and demonstrate our core values.
Beginning this week, you might start seeing a new campaign from Atlantic Lottery on your TV and social media feeds. However, it won’t be promoting upcoming jackpots or featuring a winner’s giant cheque, it will be putting the spotlight on you.
“The Difference You Make” series of videos focuses on the little things Atlantic Canadians do every day that make a big difference to other people around them.
Redeploy the troops: How adaptability helped keep customer care first at Atlantic Lottery during COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic disrupted many businesses in Atlantic Canada — and Atlantic Lottery was no exception. Some business areas, such as video lottery operations, came to a standstill as a result of closures and cancellations across the region.
At the same time, Atlantic Canadians embraced the “stay home” message from public health officials and could no longer run errands as usual.