Where does the money go?
100% of gaming profits go back into our communities. This money helps support important programs and services, like schools, roads, and health care, which benefit all Nova Scotians. Learn more.
Where can I get a lottery licence?
Who is NSPLCC?
NSPLCC stands for the Nova Scotia Provincial Lotteries and Casino Corporation. We’re a Crown corporation with the responsibility to manage the regulated gaming industry in Nova Scotia on behalf of the Province. Learn more.
Who runs the casinos and the lotteries?
What is the difference between Atlantic Lottery and NSPLCC?
What are you doing to prevent problem gambling?
What is the problem gambling rate in Nova Scotia?
What is being done to address problem gambling?
Problem gambling can be devastating, for the individual, their family, friends and their community. Every year, NSPLCC provides more than $5 million to the Department of Health and Wellness to support problem gambling programming. Learn more.
If someone has a problem, where can they get help?
If you think that you or someone you know may have a gambling problem, please call the trained professionals at the free and confidential Nova Scotia Department of Health and Wellness Gambling Support Network: 1-888-347-8888 or 1-888-347-3331 (TTY)
Does NSPLCC give away cash prizes?
NSPLCC does not give away cash prizes directly to Nova Scotians. If you are contacted by someone offering you a cash prize from NSPLCC, or its former name the Nova Scotia Gaming Corporation, please know this is a scam. Trust your instincts and exercise caution with any calls or offers that seem too good to be true. You can find tips on how to protect yourself and actions to take if you’ve been targeted in a scam on the RCMP’s website.