AGLC works closely with a number of groups to ensure we continue to offer choices Albertans can trust. Some of these groups include the:

Alberta Charitable Casino Operators (ACCO)

Alberta Craft Distillers Association (ACDA)

Alberta Estate Winery and Meadery Association (AEWMA)

Alberta Gambling Research Institute (AGRI)

Alberta Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA)

Alberta Liquor Store Association (ALSA)

Alberta Post-Secondary Health Association (APSHA)

Alberta Safer Bars Council (ASBC)

Alberta Small Brewers Association (ASBA)

Alberta Student Executive Council

Beer Canada

Bingo Alberta

Canada's National Brewers

Canadian Association of Liquor Jurisdictions (CALJ)

Canadian Vintners Association

Centre to End All Sexual Exploitations (CEASE)

Coalition for Action on High-Risk Drinking (CAHRD)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder Cross-Ministerial Committee (FASD CMC)

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD) Networks

Horse Racing Alberta

Import Vintners and Spirits Association (IVSA)

Mennonite Centre for Newcomers

Multicultural Health Brokers Cooperative


Problem Gambling Resources Network (PGRN)

Provincial Impaired Driving Committee (PIDC)

Responsible Gambling Council

Spirits Canada

Students Against Drinking and Driving Alberta (SADD Alberta)

Restaurants Canada

Western Canada Lottery Corporation

In Alberta, lottery tickets are sold through over 2,000 retail sites including convenience stores, shopping mall kiosks, drug stores and gas outlets. Each retailer is authorized to sell the tickets under agreement with AGLC and the Western Canada Lottery Corporation.

The Gaming and Liquor Act authorizes AGLC to conduct and manage provincial lotteries. In addition to installing and maintaining ticket lottery terminals, AGLC trains retailers and communicates regularly with them about the ticket lottery program.