Lottery Licences - City of Oshawa.
As the regulator for private cannabis retail in Ontario, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) is the authority to license, regulate and enforce the sale of recreational cannabis in privately-run stores in Ontario. Further, provincial legislation prohibits municipalities from passing a by-law that distinguishes land or building use for cannabis from any other kind of use.
Use the search fields below to find liquor sales licence applications or cannabis retail store authorization applications that are currently undergoing public notice. The public notice offers the municipality and residents of the municipality in which the premises is located an opportunity to respond to the application within the time period identified on the posting and on the placard.
Carefully read the attached Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario’s Break Open Ticket Licence terms and conditions. A minimum of twenty (20) working days is required to process break open ticket licence applications. An organization must have been in existence for at least one (1) year before being considered for a lottery licence.
Welcome to iAGCO, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario’s online service delivery portal. Create an Account By creating an iAGCO account, you will be able to apply for and manage your AGCO-issued licences, permits, authorizations and registrations, anytime from anywhere.
To get an alcohol license in Ontario, apply to the province's Alcohol and Gaming Commission. You can't just ask for a license, and then open a bar. You have to already own the business to make an AGCO liquor license application. You'll also need local government agencies and the neighbors around your business to give you a thumbs-up.
All other types of lottery licenses are issued by the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario. Eligibility To be eligible for a lottery license, an organization must be able demonstrate its involvement in charitable activities for at least one year that are consistent with its mandate, benefit Ontario residents, and fall within one these categories.
Lottery and Gaming Licensing. The Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) authorizes the Town of Oakville to issue lottery and gaming licenses to eligible charitable or not-for-profit organizations. The Town ensures all legal requirements, including terms and conditions to the licenses, are met by lottery licensees and any gaming suppliers used by charities.