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Western 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 governments.
WCLC works in conjunction with the provincial and territorial marketing organizations: Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission, Saskatchewan Lotteries, Manitoba Lotteries Corporation, Lotteries Yukon and Sport North Lottery Authority.
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 LOTTO 6/49 and SUPER 7. In addition, WCLC offers regional games as authorized by its Members including: WESTERN 649, EXTRA, PICK 3, SPORT SELECT, KENO, and a variety of SCRATCH ‘N WIN games. WESTERN 649, LOTTO 6/49, SUPER 7, EXTRA, PICK 3, SCRATCH ‘N WIN, SPORT SELECT, PROВ·LINE, OVER/UNDER, and POINT SPREAD are trademarked brand names owned by, or used under license by, Western Canada Lottery Corporation.Western Canada (WC) lottery results & winning numbers, as well as information on all Western Canada lottery games, including Lotto 6/49, Lotto Max, Daily Grand, Western 49, Pick 3
Lottery products deemed ‘non-essential’ in Manitoba, terminals suspended
Danton Unger Editorial Producer – Digital
Lotto 649 tickets are shown in Toronto in a recent photo. (Richard Plume / THE CANADIAN PRESS)
WINNIPEG — Lottery products have been deemed ‘non-essential’ according to new public health orders in the province, which means Manitobans will not be able to buy or validate their lottery tickets in person.
Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries and Western Canada Lottery Corporation (WCLC) will be suspending lottery terminals in the province Friday night. Terminals will be suspended across the province with the exception of some retail businesses in northern Manitoba.
This suspension includes Scratch ‘N Win tickets, tickets for Sport Select games, and draw-based games including:
- Lotto Max;
- Lotto 6/49;
- Daily Grand;
- Western 649;
- Western Max;
- Pick 2, Pick 3, Pick 4, and Extra;
- Keno; and
- Poker Lotto / All In.
The corporations said Manitobans will still be able to participate in some draw-based games through “non-retail channels” such as the WCLC subscriptions service or the Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries’ PlayNow.com website.
“At this time, players are recommended to store their smaller winning tickets if possible until such time as redemption at retail is again available,” the corporations said.
“Larger prizes can be claimed by mail during the increased COVID-19 restrictions in the province, while WCLC’s Prize Payout Office in Winnipeg also remains closed to the public.”
Those who have already purchased tickets can check them using the ticket scanning feature on the Lotto Spot! Mobile app.Lottery products have been deemed ‘non-essential’ according to new public health orders in the province, which means Manitobans will not be able to buy or validate their lottery tickets in person. ]]>