Raffle Licence Application Form - Liquor, Gaming.
If your event is taking place within two business days, please call our office at 204-927-5300, or toll-free 1-800-782-0363. If you are a charitable or religious organization and are planning to run a raffle over a longer period or planning on pre-selling tickets, your raffle is not considered a one-time event and you must complete a separate application.
This form should be completed where an existing holder of a premises licence under the Gambling Act 2005 wishes to vary the terms of the licence. The application attracts a fee and the applicant must follow the procedures for a new premises licence as above in relation to notifications and advertising. Application to transfer a premises licence. This form should be completed where an existing.
Gambling licences are required for raffles, tombolas, 200 clubs, race nights or any event involving the sale of tickets and an element of chance. This includes lotteries, amusements and gaming machines.
FAQs raffles and lotteries. unning a raffle at events can increase profits at an event and help build links with local businesses. As raffles fall under the terms of the Gambling Act 2005, we asked the Gambling Commission - what rules do PTAs need to know? A lottery is a kind of gambling which has three essential ingredients: you have to pay to enter the game. there is always at least one.
Liquor, Gaming and Cannabis Authority of Manitoba 1055 Milt Stegall Drive, Winnipeg, MB R3G 0Z6. If faxing your documentation, our NEW fax numbers are: 204-927-5385 1-866-999-6688 (Manitoba-only toll-free fax) A raffle is a lottery scheme where a prize(s) is awarded randomly to someone who has purchased a chance to win. The most common types of raffles the LGCA licenses are: Regular raffle: A.
For some charities, running the lottery themselves and holding the operating licence can be complicated and burdensome. An external lottery manager can operate the licence and manage the lottery on behalf of a charity. For more information on how External Lottery Managers work, take a look at the Gambling Commission guidance.
This is a requirement of the Gambling Act 2005. Bingo premises licence. If you operate a bingo hall you must have a premises licence. This is a requirement of the Gambling Act 2005. Club gaming permit. If you run a private members club and operate up to 3 gaming machines of category B4, C or D plus games of chance then you must have a permit. This is a requirement of the Gambling Act 2005.