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AGLC is taking the COVID-19 coronavirus matter seriously. Please visit AGLC.ca/COVID19 for the latest updates.

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Liquor and Cannabis Retail Stores Continue to Operate

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Gaming registrations

You must be registered by AGLC to work in Alberta's gaming industry. Registration helps protect the integrity of gaming within the province.

If you are an individual who wants to become registered, see Become a Registered Gaming Worker.

For a company that wants to become registered see Become a Registered Gaming Company.

Anti-money laundering (AML) certification

AML certification

Casinos and racing entertainment centres must follow the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act regulations and guidelines.

The AML program assists all casinos to collect and report key transaction information to AGLC. Registered gaming workers are important to the success of the program. Registered gaming workers must complete online training every two years.