Alison Stultz, Atlantic Lottery’s vice-president of people and culture, describes diversity as “the mix” and inclusion as getting the mix to work well together. In order to achieve both goals, she set out on a mission.
In 2018, Stultz put out a call to all Atlantic Lottery employees,
Atlantic Lottery launched its very own digital newsroom just over a year ago. Named The Ticket, the newsroom offers a behind-the-scenes look into what’s going on at Atlantic Lottery. Here you can find stories about innovative business practices, giving back to communities, helping to inform players and the winning experience.
With the 2010s in the rearview mirror and a new decade now upon us, it’s fascinating to reflect on the changes we’ve seen at Atlantic Lottery over the last 10 years.
While we’ve always held the same values, and the same driving purpose to make Atlantic Canada a better place,
Have you heard? The Jan. 3 Lotto Max draw jackpot will be a record-breaking $70 million — the highest ever in Canadian history.
In May 2019 we told you about changes to Lotto Max that would mean bigger jackpots and more opportunities for our players to win.