Enriching the lives of Manitobans
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is a Crown corporation of the Province of Manitoba. We distribute and sell liquor, provide gaming and entertainment experiences, and source and distribute non-medical cannabis to retailers in the province, all in a socially responsible manner.
Our profits go to the Province of Manitoba’s general revenue and support priority programming in areas like health care, education, social and community services.
Two per cent of anticipated annual net income is committed towards responsible gambling, responsible liquor and cannabis consumption, and research and treatment programs.
We operate Club Regent Casino, McPhillips Station Casino and PlayNow.com. The province’s VLT network, managed through our Morris office, supports the province’s hotel and restaurant industry. We distribute and sell Western Canada Lottery Corporation products through our network of privately-owned lottery ticket retailers.
One of the largest single buyers of beverage alcohol in the world, Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries brings an incredible array of products into our province from over 50 different countries.
As a retailer, we operate 63 Liquor Mart and Liquor Mart Express stores throughout the province. As the wholesaler and distributor of liquor for the province, the corporation’s distribution centre serves more than 1,700 commercial customers across Manitoba including privately-owned liquor vendors, duty-free stores, and specialty wine stores.
We source and distribute non-medical cannabis to privately-owned retailers in Manitoba. Our province uses a direct distribution model that sees cannabis ship directly from Canadian producers to retailers.
Liquor Mart Anti-Theft Strategy Update
Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries is seeing encouraging results from its enhanced strategy to target Liquor Mart theft.
“Since the measures were announced in March, we have seen a 23 per cent reduction in theft and robbery incidents,” said Liquor & Lotteries President Peter Hak. “While these are still early results, we are cautiously optimistic they are trending in the right direction.”