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BCLC confirms departure of CEO Lightbody

| By Robert Fletcher
Canadian provincial lottery operator the British Colombia Lottery Corporation (BCLC) has announced that Jim Lightbody has stepped down as its chief executive and president after a two-year period of medical leave.
British Columbia gambling research

Lightbody had been on leave since September 2019 after receiving a cancer diagnosis and will now leave both roles, but will officially remain on medical leave from the organisation.

He first joined the BCLC in 2001 and served as vice-president of lottery gaming and vice-president of casino and community gaming, before going on to become president and CEO in 2014.

The BCLC will now initiate a global recruitment search for a permanent replacement, with Lynda Cavanaugh, who has served in both roles on an interim basis since January 2021, to remain in temporary charge until an appointment is made.

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