Licensed business entities that have purchased a new location must submit a portion of the VLT siteholder application indicating the new location details. This licence will be added to your currently licensed business entity. If you are purchasing a new location as a different business entity, the new entity will have to apply to the LGCA.
We sold our business. What do we do next?
Any sale of a VLT siteholder location or business entity that has a VLT siteholder licence must be reported to the LGCA at least 10 business days prior to the closing date of the sale. The new owners must apply for a licence to operate the VLT site before taking ownership of the location. Operating a VLT site without a …
Our contact information has changed. What do we need to do?
You must notify the LGCA in writing of any changes to your business entity, principals or location. This includes changes in contact information, shareholders or the sale of the business.
What is Smart Choices? Do I need this training?
Smart Choices is Manitoba’s responsible service training program, which includes a responsible gambling module. In establishments with a liquor licence, managers, security and staff who do not already have Serving It Safe or It’s Good Business training must successfully complete Smart Choices before starting to work in a licensed service establishment. Some First Nations VLT sites do not have liquor …
When will I get my VLTs?
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries manages the installation of VLTs. Once you are granted VLTs by Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries and licensed by the LGCA, you must contact Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries to schedule the installation.