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November 28, 2013
Major festivities: The public is invited to discover their reinvented casino!
Four years after construction began, the Casino de Montréal steps into the future!
$1,000,000 - The new Lotto 6/49's guaranteed prize is won by a Montréal resident!
$1,000,000 - A Lanaudière resident wins the grand prize at Extra
$1,000,025 - Banco spécial grand prize goes to a Capitale-Nationale couple
Did you know...?
Rendez-vous Loto-Québec events take place throughout the province, from Val d'Or to Carleton-sur-Mer.
In 2012-2013, close to 90 non-profit organizations received support from Loto-Québec employees via the Engagés dans la communauté (Involved in the Community) volunteer program.
The Casino de Montréal set up a composting system to sort and recover table waste, which accounted for 60% of residual materials generated by the Casino.
Loto-Québec's network is made up of almost 8,700 lottery product retailers throughout Québec.
The Casino de Montréal provides 4,400 direct and indirect jobs.
The Hilton Lac-Leamy is one of the highest-rated hotels in the Hilton chain thanks to excellent performance and the quality of its installations and services.
The reception area at the Hilton Lac‑Leamy houses a magnificent piece by Dale Chihuly, whose work is currently featured at the Musée des beaux-arts de Montréal.
100% of Société des bingos du Québec profits are paid out to non-profit organizations (NPOs).
Since 2009, the number of video lottery terminals is limited to 12,000. In the early 2000s, there were 15,000 terminals in Québec.
In 2012-2013, Loto-Québec paid out $14.3 million in sponsorships to more than 100 events and festivals.
Loto-Québec was first in the world to sell lottery tickets issued by computer terminals (like Lotto 6/49 and Lotto Max. At the time, it was the 6/36).
In 2012-2013, more than 1,300 persons, including 53 millionaires, each won prizes worth $25,000 or more thanks to lottery products.
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