Lottery Licences

Raffle lotteries – when tickets are sold for a chance to win a prize at a draw. This includes 50/50 draws, bazaar draws, bingos, break-open tickets (Nevada), penny sales, etc.

Provincial Licence

The Registrar of Alcohol and Gaming may issue a lottery licence to an eligible charitable or religious organization for:

  • Raffle Lotteries where the total value of the prizes to be awarded exceeds $50,000;
  • Raffles conducted in an unorganized territory;
  • Raffles conducted on federal land such as the Canadian Forces Bases;
  • Raffles lotteries where the event is to be conducted in conjunction with another licensed lottery event.


Municipal Licence

A municipality may issue a licence to eligible local charitable or religious organizations for ticket raffle lotteries where the total value of the prizes to be awarded does not exceed $50,000.

If your raffle lottery will be conducted within the boundaries of the Municipality of Killarney, please contact the municipal office for an application and for more information about guidelines.

You can access applications and reports along with the Terms and Conditions for lottery events on the website of the Alcohol and Gaming Commission (AGCO) at