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Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation

The Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation – the OLGC or more commonly known as the OLG – is the Canadian Lottery company that runs and organises all Canadian Lotteries within the Canadian province of Ontario.

As well as organising Ontario Lotto games – the OLG operates casinos and slot machines at many sites throughout Ontario.

The Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation is owned by the government of Ontario, Canada and has been operating in the Province now for over 30 years – having started life as the Ontario Lottery Corporation – OLC – before merging with the Ontario Casino Corporation – the OCC – back in April 2000.

The OLC has its main headquarters based in Toronto, Ontario.

Ontario Lottery Corporation Overview

The Ontario Lottery began life as the Ontario Lottery Corporation – OLC – in February 1975 when it was originally formed by the provincial government of Ontario, Canada.

In its earliest days the OLC offered just one regional Canadian Lottery game – WINTARIO – which had its very first draw back on May 15th 1975 and was incredibly popular right up until the inaugural game was discontinued towards the end of 1996.

In November 1978 – the Ontario Lottery Corporation began another new lottery game – LOTTARIO – which is still very popular today before – in June 1982 – it joined Canada’s Inter Provincial Lottery Corporation – ILC – and began to offer the flagship nation-wide Canadian Lottery game – Lotto 649.

The Lotto 649 was and still is the most popular of all Canadian Lotteries both in Ontario and across Canada. The ILC launched another nation-wide Canadian Lottery – the Lotto Super 7 in May 1994 – which Ontario Lottery also sold throughout the province of Ontario until it was discontinued by the ILC in September 2009.

The third national Canadian Lottery to be offered by the Ontario Lotto was the LOTTO MAX which was first introduced by the ILC in September 2009 to replace the retiring Lotto Super 7 game.

Ontario Lottery Corporation Games

Lotto 6 49

By far and away the most well known, most popular and most widely played out of all the many Canadian Lotteries is the countrywide, flagship Canadian Lottery game – Lotto 649.

The Lotto 649 is a game that is available right across Canada (as well as overseas with some online lottery ticket companies) and has produced one of the largest Canadian jackpots to date at CAN$ 64 MILLION. At times it is said – as many as 2 out of every 3 Canadian residents have bought lottery tickets for the game.

The nation-wide Lotto 649 game began in Canada back in 1982 with the very first Lotto 649 tickets first being sold right across the country on June 4th 1982. The first jackpot available was half a million Canadian dollars – a far cry from today's multi-millions.

The very first Lotto 649 draw took place on June 12th 1982 and it was the first Canadian lottery game that allowed players to pick their own numbers. Previous Canadian Lotto games used pre-printed serial numbers on the lottery tickets but the 649 Lottery now made these older types of lottery tickets a thing of the past.

Lotto 649 Overview

The Lotto 649 is a traditional draw-style, pick 6 lotto game of the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation. It is the ILC flagship game & is a Canada-wide lottery that gives you the chance to win huge jackpots that can rise to as much as many multi-millions for just 3 dollars.

The game uses a matrix of 6/49 and the ILC make the draw twice every week on Wednesdays and Saturdays at 10.30pm EST.

The jackpot normally starts at a figure of CAN$ 5 MILLION and if this jackpot figure is not won, the sum will be added onto the next 649 Lotto draw by way of a jackpot rollover. You can check just how big the latest Lotto 649 rollover figure is right here.

The jackpot will then increase in size draw after draw until the top prize is finally won meaning that this Canada Lotto results in some truly massive jackpot figures to be won quite frequently.

Lotto 649 draws take place at the ILC Headquarters in Toronto.

Lotto 649 How it Works

The Canadian Lottery – Lotto 649 – uses what’s known as a 6/49 matrix which means that when playing this 649 lottery you will need to select your own set of 6 numbers out of a number pool ranging from 1 to 49 – should you successfully select all 6 of the numbers that are drawn by the ILC you will be a Lotto 649 jackpot winner.

As well as the 6 main numbers, a 7th number is drawn. This is the bonus number and it is drawn following the 6 main numbers to determine the lucky winners on prize winning levels 2 and 6.

In addition to the jackpot itself, there are 6 further ways in which you can win on this Canadian Lottery – with prizes to be won if you match either 5 of the main numbers plus the bonus number, 5 main numbers, 4 main numbers, 3 main numbers, 2 main numbers plus the bonus number or even just 2 of the main numbers.

A Quick Pick facility is available when playing the 649 Lotto - very much the same as the Lucky Dip option that is used in the UK National Lottery or Europe’s Euro-Millions or the Quick Pick of many other Canadian Lotteries and USA Lottery games – which means that you can ask for the lottery retailer or computer to randomly select all your 649 Lotto numbers for your entry.

So, playing the 649 Lotto is easy…just select your own 6 numbers, or request them to be randomly generated for you either by using the Quick Pick option or using an random number generator online – then simply check for the very latest Lotto 649 results.

The cost of playing the Lotto 649 is just CAN$ 3.00 per game.

Lotto 649 Who Can Play?

As with most Canada Lottery & USA Lottery games – in the past – only residents of Canada were allowed to play in any of the Canadian Lottery games including those run by the ILC such as the Lotto 649 or any Ontario Lottery Games. You used to have to buy your Lotto 649 tickets from an authorized retailer in Canada.

Nowadays, though, with a good number of online lottery ticket sales agencies in the world like TheLotter or Smart Winners who are both authorized and genuine - you are able to select your Lotto 649 numbers online and purchase your tickets from anywhere in the world, no matter where you may be living.

This is great news of course if you live outside of Canada and want to play the Lotto 649 and ensure your entry into the next draw or just want to have the convenience & ease of being able to buy lottery tickets online from the comfort of your own home.

Once you have entered into the draw, you can then quickly and easily check the Lotto 649 results online to see how you have done and to find out if you have become one of the lucky winners.

In Ontario itself you will need to be at least 18 years of age to play any Ontario Lottery games including the Lotto 649 and Lotto MAX.

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Lotto 649 Odds of Winning

You can check the odds of winning on the Lotto 649 here in the easy-to-read odds calculation table set out below.

From matching all 6 of the main Lotto 649 numbers drawn right down to just 2 of the main numbers you can be a lucky prize winner on the Lotto 649.

The overall odds of winning any prize on the Lotto 649 is 1 in 6.6.

LOTTO 649 ODDS

Prize Level

Match

Odds / Ticket

1

6 of 6

1 in 13,983,816

2

5 of 6 + Bonus Number

1 in 2,330,636

3

5 of 6

1 in 55,492

4

4 of 6

1 in 1,033

5

3 of 6

1 in 57

6

2 of 6 + Bonus Number

1 in 81

5

2 of 6

1 in 8

Lotto 649 How Prizes are Paid

Jackpots won on the Canada-wide Lotto 649 are all paid out by the ILC member provinces – including the Ontario Lottery Corporation – in the form of a tax free cash lump sum.

You will have 1 year from the date on which the draw was made, in which to claim your prize – after which your lottery ticket will be invalid.

If you have won less than CAN$ 300 – you will be able to claim your prize from any Ontario Lottery retail outlet in the province.

If you have won between CAN$ 301 and CAN$ 999 – you will be able to claim your prize from select Ontario Lottery Retail outlets and at all OLG Slots and Casinos throughout Ontario.

If you have won from CAN$ 1,000 to CAN$ 9,999 – you will need to make your claim at either select OLG Slots and Casinos who will then courier your winning lottery ticket to the Toronto Prize Center of the OLG, or pay a visit to the Toronto Prize Center itself.

If you have won from CAN$ 10,000 to CAN$ 250,000 – once again – you will need to make your claim at either select OLG Slots and Casinos who will then courier your winning ticket to the Toronto Prize Center or visit the Toronto Prize Center in person.

If you have won CAN$ 250,000 or more – you will need to make your claim at the Ontario Lottery Corporation Toronto Prize Center.

If you play lottery online, though, whatever the size of your win may be, your lottery ticket sales company such as TheLotter or Smart Winners will take good care of all these details for you – and provide you with the most up to date Canadian lottery results.

Ontario 49

The other main lottery draw-style game in the Ontario Lottery portfolio is the Ontario 49 which is particular to the province of Ontario.

The Ontario 49 is a provincial game that is only available to lottery players in Ontario – and through the Ontario Lottery Corporation.

When it was originally launched it was billed as Ontario’s Million Dollar game as you could win a Million Dollars twice every week with Ontario 49 draws held every Wednesday and Saturday.

The Ontario 49 began life back in 1997 when it was launched by the Ontario Lottery Corporation in September of that year as a new, 50 cents a game, online lottery for Ontario players only.

In May of 2014 the OLG decided to refresh the Ontario 49 game and doubled the twice weekly jackpot to CAN$ 2 MILLION, with the idea of creating more lottery winners and offering even better overall odds. A new price per ticket of CAN$ 1.00 was put in place.

Ontario 49 Overview

The Ontario 49 is a traditional draw-style, pick 6 lottery game offered by the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation. It is the premier Ontario-only game from the OLC and is an Ontario Lotto that gives you the chance to win a jackpot of CAN$ 2 MILLION for just CAN$ 1.00 per play – twice a week.

The game uses a matrix of 6/49 and the OLGC make the draw every Wednesday and Saturday at 10.30pm EST in Toronto.

The jackpot remains at a constant figure of CAN$ 2 MILLION and does not rollover shouls it not be won. If the jackpot is won by more than one player it is the shared amongst the winners.

Ontario 49 How it Works

The Ontario 49 from the Ontario Lottery Corporation uses what’s known as a 6/49 matrix – which means that when playing this 649 Lottery – you need to select 6 numbers out of a pool of numbers from 1 to 49 – if you match all 6 numbers then you will be an Ontario 49 jackpot winner.

As well as the 6 main numbers, a 7th number is drawn. This is the bonus number and is drawn after the 6 main numbers and used to determine prize winners in the 2nd and 6th winning categories.

In addition to the jackpot itself, there are 6 further ways in which you can win on the Ontario 49 – with prizes to be won if you match either 5 of the main lotto numbers plus the bonus number, 5 main numbers, 4 of the main numbers, 3 main numbers, 2 of the main numbers plus the bonus number, or just 2 of the main numbers.

For just CAN$ 1.00 you get to choose your set of 6 numbers.

A Quick Pick facility is available when playing the Ontario 49 – similar to the Lucky Dip option that is used in the UK National Lottery or Europe’s Euro Millions or the Quick Pick of most other Canadian Lotteries and USA Lottery games. This means that you can ask your Ontario Lotto retailer or the computer to randomly select all your Ontario 49 numbers for you on your ticket.

So, playing the Ontario 49 is very easy…just select your own 6 numbers, request for them to be automatically generated for you using the random number generator or use the Quick Pick option – and then check the very latest Ontario 49 results for that draw.

Ontario 49 Odds of Winning

You can check the odds of winning on the Ontario 49 here in the easy-to-read, lottery odds calculation table as laid out below.

From matching 6 of the main Ontario 49 numbers right down to matching just 2 main numbers – you can be an Ontario 49 winner.

The overall odds of winning any Ontario 49 prize are 1 in 6.6.

ONTARIO 49 ODDS

Prize Level

Match

Win

Odds / Wager

1

6 of 6

CAN$ 2,000,000

1 in 13,983,816

2

5 of 6 + Bonus Number

CAN$ 50,000

1 in 2,330,636

3

5 of 6

CAN$ 500

1 in 55,492

4

4 of 6

CAN$ 50

1 in 1,033

5

3 of 6

CAN$ 5

1 in 56.7

4

2 of 6 + Bonus Number

CAN$ 3

1 in 81.2

5

2 of 6

FREE PLAY

1 in 8.3

Ontario 49 How Prizes are Paid

Jackpots won on the Ontario 49 are all paid out by the Ontario Lottery Corporation – in the form of tax free cash lump sums.

You will have 1 year from the date on which the draw was made, to claim your prize, after that your Ontario Lotto ticket is invalid.

If you have won less than CAN$ 300 – you will be able to claim your prize from any Ontario Lottery retail outlet in the province.

If you have won between CAN$ 301 and CAN$ 999 – you will be able to claim your prize from select Ontario Lottery Retail outlets as well as OLG Slots and Casinos located throughout Ontario.

If you have won from CAN$ 1,000 to CAN$ 9,999 – you will need to make your claim at either select OLG Slots and Casinos who will then courier your winning ticket to the Toronto Prize Center or pay a visit in person to the OLG Toronto Prize Center itself.

If you have won from CAN$ 10,000 to CAN$ 250,000 – once again – you will need to make your claim at either select OLG Slots and Casinos who will then courier your winning lotto ticket to the Toronto Prize Center or at the Toronto Prize Center itself.

If you have won CAN$ 250,000 or more – you will need to make your claim at the Ontario Lottery Corporation Toronto Prize Center.

Ontario Lottery Other Games

Other draw games to be offered by the Ontario Lottery Corporation as well as the nationwide Lotto 649 and provincial Ontario 49 are the nationwide LOTTO MAX, Lottario, Daily Grand, and ENCORE.

Daily lottery games include Daily Keno, Pick 4, Pick 3 and Pick 2.

Apart from these lottery games there are many different Instant Games and Sports Games that the OLGC also have to offer.

Ontario Lottery Corporation Timeline

1975
In February the Ontario Lottery Corporation – OLC – was created by the Ontario Provincial Government.

In April the first Ontario Lottery game is sold when the OLC launched WINTARIO – a game which remained incredibly popular with Ontario Lottery players right up until it was discontinued in 1996.

The inaugural game – WINTARIO – enjoys its first regular broadcast with the live WINTARIO television show in October.

The original Ontario Lottery – WINTARIO – game had a top prize of CAN$ 200,000 and was drawn every 2nd Thursday as part of a live television show that moved to various provincial Ontario towns and communities.

1976
In March – Ontario Lottery first year profits are CAN$ 43 Million.

1978
The first OLC online terminal lotto game – LOTTARIO – is launched in November. It remains a mainstay in the Ontario Lottery portfolio right to this day.

1979
In December – the total sales of OLC products exceed the figure of CAN$ 1 Billion after just under 5 years of operation.

1982
Lotto 649 is launched across Canada in June by the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation – ILC – and is sold by Ontario Lottery. It is the first nation-wide Canadian Lottery game.

In September – the Ontario Trillium Foundation is formed to distribute Ontario Lottery funding via the Ontario Ministry of Tourism and Recreation.

1984
In March OLC’s first CAN$ 2 Instant game – SHOOT TO SCORE – is launched.

1984 also sees Ontario Lottery Corporation profits that have been paid back to the province of Ontario – reach CAN$ 1 Billion.

1986
In July the OLC is relocated to Sault Ste. Marie from Toronto.

1989
January sees the launch of PICK-3 – a daily lottery from the Ontario Lottery Corporation.

In November the OLC launch a game that can be played in conjunction with the Lotto 649ENCORE.

Lottery funding for the running of Hospitals is made available from December by the Ontario Lottery Corporation.

1990
In July – OLC fundin now to include environmental protection.

1992
Ontario Lottery Corporation’s first CAN$ 5 Instant ticket – ONTARIO INSTANT MILLIONS – launches in February.

Also in February the first CAN$ 1 Instant ticket from the OLC – LUCKY 7’s – is launched.

October sees the launch of PRO-LINE – the new online Sports Lottery from SPORT SELECT.

1993
In September – the OLC launches their first CAN$ 3 Instant ticket game – INSTANT BINGO.

In December – the Ontario Government sanctions the formation of the OCC – Ontario Casino Corporation – and elects Windsor, Ontario to be the place to pilot Ontario’s first commercial casino.

1994
April see the formal establishment of the OCC – Ontario Casino Corporation.

The Interprovincial Lottery Corporation – ILC – launch a second nation-wide Canadian Lottery in May – the Lotto Super 7. The Lotto Super 7 is immediately sold by the Ontario Lottery Corporation.

Also in May, the first OCC casino opens in downtown Windsor, Ontario.

1995
SPORT SELECT launches the OLC game – OVER/UNDER – in January.

The CAN$3 Scratch off game – INSTANT KENO – is launched by the OLC in April.

In May – the Ontario Lottery Corporation marks its 20th Anniversary.

December sees the launch of the OCC’s first riverboat casino – the Northern Belle Casino.

1996
A new, daily lottery is launched in April – the DAILY KENO.

In July – Casino Rama opens near Orilla – north of Tornoto.

August sees POINT SPREAD from SPORT SELECT being launched.

Casino Niagara at Niagara Falls is opened in December in what used to be a retail complex.

In the fall of 1996 the Ontario Lottery Corporation discontinued the WINTARIO game which had generated more than CAN$ 2.4 Billion in revenue – more than CAN$ 1.1 Billion in prize money – and been a flagship game since its inception in April 1975.

1997
North America’s first computer-based, electronically-linked Bingo game – SUPERSTAR BINGO is launched in March.

In September – ONTARIO 49 is launched by the Ontario Lottery Corporation. ONTARIO 49 is a 50 cent a play, online lottery that quickly becomes a flagship game played twice a week.

1998
The largest single prize to be won to date on any Canadian Lotteries is won in Ontario in March – CAN$ 22.5 Million.

In July, the first pilot casino at Windsor is replaced by permanent one.

December sees the first Ontario Racecourse Slot facility opened at Windsor Raceway.

1999
The OCC opens Ontario’s first Charity Casino in May – the Casino Sault Ste. Marie.

Another Charity Casino is opened by the Ontario Casino Corporation at Brantford in November.

2000
In January – the first Canadian Lottery to offer an annuity top prize is launched by the Ontario Lottery Corporation – CASH FOR LIFE. With the new CASH FOR LIFE game – lottery players can win CAN$ 1,000 a week for life.

Point Edward Charity Casino is opened in April.

Also in April – a new online, daily lottery is launched – WINNER TAKE ALL – a game that produces a nightly jackpot winner.

April also sees the Ontario Lottery Corporation – OLC – and the Ontario Casino Corporation – OCC – government-merged to become the OLGC – the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation.

In June the OLGC begin constructing a 4 star, 300 room hotel and entertainment centre – the Casino Rama Resort Hotel – a project valued at CAN$ 225 Million.

The largest Bingo prize to date in Canadian Lottery history is paid out in June – CAN$ 835,503.76 on the SUPERSTAR BINGO game.

Another charity casino is opened in August – the Thunder Bay charity casino.

2001
The OLGC make ENCORE into a nightly lottery game in May – which is available to play in conjunction with all online Ontario Lottery games except the Sports Lotteries.

July sees the opening of the Casino Rama entertainment centre.

2002
In June – the nation-wide Lotto 649 reaches its 20th anniversary and in the same month – the Thousand Island charity casino opens.

November sees the Lotto 649 celebrating its 20 years by holding a special CAN$ 6.49 Million draw at a Canadian Football Grey Cup game.

2003
In August – the OLGC launches its new “Play Responsibly” message – “Know your limit, play within it!”

2004
May sees the ILC upgrading its national game – the Lotto 649 – to offer larger jackpots and more frequently.

In June – the Niagara Fallsview casino resort opens – a CAN$ 1 Billion entertainment complex.

The largest Lotto 649 jackpot won to date – CAN$ 29.14 Million – is won in Ontario in August.

In October the ENCORE game is upgraded by the OLGC to offer a new prize category and a top prize of CAN$ 1 Million.

2005
Only the 2nd ever Canadian national INSTANT game is launched in February – SPECIAL 7.

A new Scratch & Win ticket is introduced in April by the OLGC in partnership with the Ontario Horse Racing Industry Association and the Ontario Harness Horse Association – DAILY DOUBLE.

PAYDAY is launched by the OLGC in May – a new CAN$ 2 weekly lottery with a top prize of CAN$ 1,000 a week for life.

In October the Lotto 649 produces a record CAN$ 54.3 Million which was won by 17 oil and gas plant workers from Camrose, Alberta. This was also a record figure for all Canadian Lotteries. For this record draw it was estimated that 2 out of every 3 Canadians purchased Lotto 649.

2006
January saw the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation launch a new Instant lottery – QUEST FOR GOLD – with 10 top prizes of CAN$ 1 Million.

A new PICK-4 lottery is introduced in February offering the chance to win a daily top prize of CAN$ 5,000.

Also in February – a 3rd National Instant game – SPECIAL 8 – was launched with more than CAN$ 45 Million in prizes to be won.

In June the OLGC launch a new CAN$ 20 national lottery ticket – GRAND PRIX CASINO – with a CAN$ 35 Million prize pool including 20 top prizes of CAN$ ½ Million.

August sees the Lotto 649 produce the 2nd largest Canadian Lottery jackpot to date – with CAN$ 43.2 Million won between winners in Ontario and Quebec.

QUEST FOR GOLD 2 – a 2nd edition of the CAN$ 20 Instant ticket game is launched by the OLGC in August.

In September – OLG is used for the first time as a new brand name by the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation.

2007
The Instant lottery ticket category for the OLG sets record sales figures of CAN$ 708.3 Million in March.

2009
The very last Lotto Super 7 draw is held on September 7th as the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation – ILC – ceases the game to make way for a new, even better nation-wide Canadian Lottery.

The ILC introduce a brand new countrywide Canada Lottery game – called the LOTTO MAX on Friday September 18th with the first LOTTO MAX draw taking place on Friday September 25th. Jackpots would start at an amazing CAN$ 10 Million and regularly climb to an amazing . The LOTTO MAX is sold from the outset by the Ontario Lottery & Gaming Corporation.

2012
On November 30th the biggest ever win in the history of Ontario Lottery games occurred when Kathryn Jones from Cambridge won CAN$ 50 Million on the LOTTO MAX.

2013
On April 13th the Lotto 649 produces its biggest jackpot to date with a cool CAN$ 63.4 MILLION being won by 4 ticket holders, 3 issued by the BCLC and 1 issued by the WCLC.

September sees the Lotto 649 receive a makeover with starting jackpots raised to a minum of CAN$ 5 MILLION, new prize categories introduced and better odds of winning.

The WHEEL OF FORTUNE LOTTO is launched in November as a daily lottery game based on the popular television show.

2014
ALL IN, an optional extra $1 wager for Poker Lotto is introduced in March, offering players the opportunity of instantly winning a jackpot that begins at CAN$ 10,000 and grows until won.

Ontario 49 game is revamped in May, with the jackpot doubled to CAN$ 2 MILLION, 2 extra prize categories and better odds of winning.

2015
On October 17th, the biggest ever Lotto 649 jackpot to date was won by a single ticket holder from Mississauga, Ontario. The lucky winner scooped a top prize of CAN$ 64 MILLION.

2016
In May, THE CANADIAN TRIPLE CROWN INSTANT game is launched with 7 top prizes of CAN$ 100,000.

Lottery gift cards are brought out by the OLG in November giving people the opportunity of giving these as a gift for playing the lottery.

2017
The OLG launches $5 INSTANT IN THE MONEY in July, which is a horse themed instant game

THE BIG SPIN lottery game is launched in September as a $5 instant ticket game.

2018
In January, the HIT OR MISS lottery game is introduced where players can win CAN$ 250,000 by matching all OR NONE of their numbers.

October sees the introduction of THE BIGGER SPIN INSTANT lottery ticket. For CAN$ 10, players have the chance to win up to CAN$ 1 MILLION.

2019
In May, the OLG revamp the Lotto MAX game by raising the jackpot cap to CAN$ 70 MILLION and adding a 2nd weekly draw on Tuesdays plus another 2 prize winning divisions.


2020
On January 7th, the biggest jackpot win in Canadian lottery history occurred when Adlin Lewis from Brampton, Toronto scooped a staggering CAN$ 70 MILLION prize on the Lotto MAX.

Ontario Lottery Where the Money Goes

Profits made by the Ontario Lottery Corporation from the proceeds of all Ontario Lotto tickets go straight back into the communities from where it came – namely the people of Ontario – benefiting the province’s community in a variety of different ways that continue to expand year after year.

In the tax year ending 2009 alone – as well as making lottery players in Ontario CAN$ 1.6 BILLION better off – the OLGC generated CAN$ 3.8 BILLION in revenues and contributed CAN$ 1.9 BILLION to various good causes in the province of Ontario.

Areas to benefit from Ontario Lotto & Gaming funding in this period included local and provincial charities who received a total of CAN$ 110 MILLION through the Ontario Trillium Foundation.

CAN$ 10 MILLION went to support amateur athletes through the Quest for Gold program and Health related programs, Hospitals and other provincial priorities benefited with CAN$ 1.8 BILLION.

Overall, between 1975 and 2020 the OLG has provided in excess of CAN$ 52 BILLION in raised finance for the province of Ontario.

Other areas to benefit from Ontario Lottery Corporation funding are local and community music events and other local charities.


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