Charitable Gaming Registration and Lottery Licensing Fees
Charitable Gaming registration fees are listed below and in the Fee Schedule (Gaming Registration).
Online payment options
When using online services, all payments under $30,000 must be made by Visa, MasterCard, Interac Online, Visa Debit or MasterCard Debit. (NOTE: The Bank of Montreal, CIBC and Scotiabank no longer offer the Interac online payment service. For more information, please contact your branch or the telephone number on the back of your card. For a list of participating Financial Institutions, please see the section at the bottom of this Interac Online for Consumers web page.
Payments of $30,000 or more must be made by money wire transfer or electronic funds transfer. Please note that cheques and cash are not accepted as forms of payment when using iAGCO online services.
Please do not send cash in the mail. Harmonized Sales Tax does not apply to these fees.
In addition to the registration fee, the Registrar may require the applicant/registrant to pay the reasonable costs of an investigation.
Charitable Gaming Registration and Service Fees
|Registration Class||Goods and Services Supplied||Annual Fee|
|Operator||Operator of a Charitable Gaming Site (4 or more events per week)||$12,000 per site|
|Operator of a Charitable Gaming Site (3 or less events per week)||$700 per site|
|Gaming-Related Supplier||Supplier of Gaming Services and Equipment||$3,000|
|Manufacturer of Gaming Equipment||$15,000|
|Trade Union||Trade Union||$2,000|
|Category 1 Gaming Assistant||Employee with Significant Supervisory or Decision-Making Responsibility||$300|
|Category 2 Gaming Assistant||Employee without Significant Supervisory or Decision-Making Responsibility||$165|
The following fees are payable to the Minister of Finance for services indicated:
- Replacement certificate of registration as a supplier: $50.00
- Replacement certificate of registration and photo identification card as a gaming assistant: $50.00
(includes replacement certificate $25 and identification $25.00)
Charitable Gaming Lottery Licensing Fees
In accordance with Section 17 of Order in Council 1413/08, the maximum fees that may be charged for the issuance of a licence or authorization are as listed in the chart below.
|Charitable Gaming Events Conducted and Managed in a Charitable Gaming Site with 4 or more events per week or 3 or less events per week (under the Bingo Revenue Model)||
|Bingo (Regular) (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Special (Monster) Bingo (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Super Jackpot (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Media Bingo (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Table Board Bingo (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Progressive Bingo Game (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Loonie Progressive Game (non-pooling bingo halls)||
|Break Open Ticket||
|Special Occasion Gaming Event||
|Fair or Exhibition Gaming Event||
|Bazaar Gaming Event||
*The licence fee for all stand-alone raffle licences issued by the Registrar is 1% of the prize board.