The Audit and Compliance Division maintains a comprehensive audit strategy for the
commercial and charitable gaming sectors to monitor compliance with all applicable
legislation, regulation, policies and directives under the authority of the Gaming
Control Act and the Gaming Control Regulation.
What is an audit?
An audit is a formal examination of your organization's gaming records and
operations to ensure that you are in compliance with the Gaming Control Act,
Gaming Control Regulation, public interest standards and any Gaming Policy and Enforcement
What types of organizations are audited?
Commercial and charitable organizations that receive or generate gaming revenue
are subject to audits. More information about these types of organizations is provided below:
||Description and Examples
||Charitable organizations that conduct gaming events such as ticket raffles and receive community gaming grants.
See below for additional audit information for charitable organizations.
||Commercial gaming operators such as casino service providers and BCLC lottery retailers.
See below for additional audit information for commercial organizations.
Audit information for charitable and commercial organizations
Additional information about audits for charitable and commercial organizations is
available at the following links:
Reports and publications