Nova Scotia has its own regulations for charitable lotteries. At Simplyk, we strive to make your work simpler. We’ve broken down some of the regulations of online gaming for you, so that you can easily set up a successful raffle or draw for your organization. Keep in mind that if you are looking to raise money through a prize draw, raffle, 50/50 or other game, you will need to follow the regulations imposed by the Government of Nova Scotia and obtain a license.
Online sales, distribution and draw for charitable lotteries
To conduct any of your organization’s raffle or draw online, you will need to get approval during your application. You can request to use electronic and online services. If you do, you need to explain why you are using these services. There is a section in the application reserved for this. The explanation could be, for example, that you want to conduct ticket sales, distribution or the draw online.
Do you want to use Simplyk for your lottery in Nova Scotia? We suggest you include this in your license application and get approval before doing so.
*This page is under construction. We are adding new information about regulations for the province as we get updated on them. If you have any insight about online charitable gaming in Newfoundland and Labrador, feel free to write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org .