B.C. Lottery Corp given more oversight to monitor casinos amid reviewDIck Meissner, The Canadian Press · November 23, 2017 at 8:51 pm The British Columbia government is giving the provincial lottery corporation more teeth to monitor the gaming industry amid concerns over money laundering in casinos.Attorney General David Eby said Thursday new operational service agreements will be signed with casinos as existing contracts expire. The new agreements are aimed at boosting discipline and strengthening the B.C. Lottery Corp’s security and compliance oversight, he said.“I’m very happy there is a new service agreement that is coming into place for B.C. casinos that will increase the ability of the B.C. Lottery Corporation, and, by extension, government, to enforce these policies,” said Eby, who is also the minister responsible for gaming.