WESTERN CANADA LOTTERY CORPORATIONWestern Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC) is a non-profit organization authorized to manage, conduct and operate lottery and gaming-related activities as agent for its Members, the governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. The Yukon Territory, Northwest Territories and Nunavut participate as associate members. WCLC's affairs are governed by a Board of Directors consisting of two representatives appointed by each of the Member provincial governme
WCLC works in conjunction with the provincial and territorial marketing organizations: Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, Saskatchewan Lotteries, Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Corporation, Lotteries Yukon, NWT & Nunavut Lotteries.
WCLC is a Regional Marketing Organization of Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (ILC). ILC is incorporated and authorized to manage and conduct national lotteries.
National games marketed by WCLC with ILC include DAILY GRAND, LOTTO MAX and LOTTO 6/49. In addition, WCLC offers regional games as authorized by its Members including: WESTERN 649, WESTERN MAX, POKER LOTTO, EXTRA, PICK 3, SPORT SELECT, KENO, and a variety of SCRATCH 'N WIN games. DAILY GRAND, LOTTO MAX, LOTTO 6/49, WESTERN 649, WESTERN MAX, EXTRA, PICK 3, SCRATCH 'N WIN, SPORT SELECT, PRO·LINE, OVER/UNDER, and POINT SPREAD are trademarked brand names owned by, or used under license by, Western Canada Lottery Corporation.
RULES AND REGULATIONSAll games are governed by the applicable rules and regulations respecting lotteries of WCLC and ILC, which include limitations of liability, and which are available from WCLC upon request. Some lotteries may also be subject to prize limitations.
It is the policy of WCLC that persons under the age of 18 years be refused the purchase or encashment of lottery tickets. Proof of age may be required.
PROBLEM GAMBLINGFor most people, gambling is a form of fun and entertainment. A small percentage of people, however, experience problems with their gambling. Information and assistance is also available for concerned family and friends.
In Manitoba, call the confidential and free 24-hour problem gambling helpline at 1-800-463-1554 or visit the Addictions Foundation of Manitoba website at www.afm.mb.ca
In Saskatchewan, call the problem gambling toll-free helpline at 1-800-306-6789. For information on problem gambling through Saskatchewan Health, visit Saskatchewan Health
In Alberta, call the Alberta Health Services Addiction Helpline, toll-free, 24 hours a day: 1-866-332-2322. For more information on responsible gambling, visit the Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission website at www.GameSenseAB.ca
Please play responsibly!
Click here for the Human Resources section to view current employment opportunities at Western Canada Lottery Corporation. You can also upload and send your resume to our HR Department.
Although “good luck” and “best of luck” are common expressions of goodwill, the idea of “lucky numbers” is a myth. Lottery games are games of chance, and the outcome is entirely random. So, don’t overspend on lottery tickets, thinking there is some way to “beat the system”. There isn’t. It only takes one ticket to win, and buying hundreds won’t substantially change your odds of winning.
Play for entertainment, not to make money. As with all forms of entertainment, there is a cost involved. The more you play, the more you pay.