E-mail: email@example.com Fax: 780-447-8911 AGLC c/o: Using Recipes 50 Corriveau Ave St. Albert, AB T8N 3T5 The following uses are permitted without the requirement to submit forms normally used for these applications: For resources and policies, visit our COVID 19 resources page. CCVO will continue to update this page on a regular basis. Wages: Groups may use gaming revenue in all positions that provide utilities, even if the group is not able to perform normal operations during the crisis. Submission of this form to the AGLC for prior approval of the following types of donations is required in accordance with the donation policy (RS/GAM 5477): Donations: Groups may use gambling proceeds for donations to other granted groups or to non-granted groups to help for charitable purposes. If the donation is made outside of Alberta or Canada, AGLC staff are available for prior authorization via the out-of-country donation application form, as well as the legal declaration forms and receipt agreement. In accordance with mass collection restrictions, non-profit casino events cancelled due to casino closures are preferred and rescheduled when casinos reopen. Changes to how non-profit gaming revenues can be used can be found on an AGLC answer and question resource. On a case-by-case basis: on request, the player`s product may be taken into account for other non-uses that are not included above. Help for Concerned Persons: Groups can use gambling revenues for programs and services that address social issues such as poverty, mental or physical illness or disability.
Alberta Gaming, Liquor, and Cannabis (AGLC) announced that they were expanding the use of revenues by non-profit organizations to maintain important non-profit programs while addressing the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Installation: Groups that normally use up to 50 per cent of gaming revenue can then use 100 per cent for operating costs. Canadian Red Cross: Groups can use gambling proceeds for emergency purposes at COVID-19 around the world if the product is delivered directly to the Canadian Red Cross.