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Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG; also Ontario Lottery and Gaming) is a Government of Ontario Crown agency which is responsible for the province's lotteries, charity and Aboriginal casinos, commercial casinos, slot machines at horse-racing tracks. It was created in April 2000 by merging the Ontario Lottery Corporation (OLC), which was established in 1975, and the Ontario Casino Corporation (OCC), established in 1994. OLG employs over 8000 individuals throughout Ontario. The agency's head office is located in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario. Whereas the OLG is responsible for, and operates a variety of gaming services, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) regulates casino gaming. The OLG reports through its Board of Directors to the Minister of Public Infrastructure Renewal.


The OLGC has four business divisions[1]:

  • Lottery Products - OLGC operates 12 lottery games through retailers across the province.
    • Lotto 6/49
    • Lotto Super 7
    • Lottario
    • Scratch and win Bingo
  • Charity and Aboriginal Casinos - OLGC operates five charity casinos in Ontario:
    • Casino Sault Ste. Marie,
    • Brantford Charity Casino,
    • Point Edward Charity Casino,
    • Thunder Bay Charity Casino, and
    • Thousand Islands Charity Casino.
  • Commercial Casinos - OLGC owns and manages four commercial casinos, which have private operators:
    • Casino Windsor,
    • Casino Niagara,
    • Casino Rama, and
    • Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort.
  • Slots-at-Racetracks - OLGC operates 16 slot machine facilities at racetracks across Ontario.

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