Municipalities

Local raffles

Under Order in Council No. 110/2014, local gaming authorities, including municipalities, local government districts and incorporated communities, are allowed to license charitable and religious organizations located within their boundaries to hold raffles where the total prizes for each raffle do not exceed $3,000. Local gaming authorities may set their own terms and conditions for these raffles. Please click below to read an information bulletin about the types of raffles that can be licensed by local gaming authorities.

Information Bulletin: Raffle Licensing

Local gaming authorities must maintain records and publish an annual report of all charitable raffle events licensed within their boundaries. Copies of these forms and information on financial reporting requirements are available here.

Liquor sales or service

Most Manitoba municipalities allow all types of liquor sales and services licensees to operate in their communities. However, a municipality can restrict or partially restrict liquor sales or service. Information on local option, and news about municipal amalgamation is available here.

Questions?

What are the financial reporting requirements for local gaming authorities (including municipalities, local government districts and incorporated communities)?

Local gaming authorities must maintain records and publish an annual report of all charitable raffle events licensed within their boundaries. The report must be submitted to the LGA within 90 days of the authority’s fiscal year. Click here for more information and a copy of the required form.

What are the financial reporting requirements for First Nations gaming commissions?

First Nations gaming commissions must maintain records and publish an annual report of the charitable events they licensed. This report must be submitted to the LGA within 90 days of the fiscal year end. Click here for more information and a copy of the required form.