Lottery Licences

“Charitable gaming” refers to lottery schemes permitted by a licence under the Criminal Code of Canada. Typically these may include: bingos, raffles, break open tickets and Monte Carlo events held by charitable and religious organizations.

“Charitable gaming” refers to lottery schemes permitted by a licence under the Criminal Code of Canada. Typically these may include: bingos, raffles, break open tickets and Monte Carlo events held by charitable and religious organizations.

Charitable organizations are regulated by licensing policies and the terms and conditions of the licence issued by the Province or municipalities under authority of an Order-in Council. The commercial sector of the charitable gaming industry is regulated by the Gaming Services Act, 1992 and Regulations proclaimed in force February 1, 1993.

Download provincial Terms and Conditions and forms at the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) website.

Application Forms and Reports can also be picked up at the Township Office or downloaded below:

Lottery Licence Application

Lottery Licence Report