The AGLC has developed standards,
guidelines, programs, brochures and posters to help ensure
gaming and liquor activities are conducted responsibly
and with integrity.
A crown commercial enterprise, the
Alberta Gaming and Liquor Commission (AGLC) is an agent of
the Government of Alberta and consists of a Board and
Our structure includes:
- A seven-member Board that reports
through the Chairperson to the Minister of Treasury Board and Finance who is responsible
for the Gaming and Liquor Act; and
- Seven divisions that manage
the day-to-day operations of the organization.
The AGLC Board develops policy, conducts
hearings, and makes licensing and registration decisions to
ensure that Alberta’s liquor and gaming industries are
well regulated and well managed to benefit the people of the
province. It also ensures the powers and duties of the AGLC
are carried out.
The AGLC’s role is to administer
the Gaming and Liquor Act, Regulation and related
policy. The AGLC is responsible for regulating Alberta’s
charitable gaming activities and conducting and managing provincial
gaming activities. It also controls the manufacture, importation,
sale, purchase, possession, storage, transportation, use and
consumption of liquor in Alberta.
The AGLC has two core businesses: liquor and gaming.
These core businesses are established
in accordance with the Gaming
and Liquor Act, the Gaming
and Liquor Regulation, and the Criminal
Code of Canada.
and liquor sustainability for Alberta.
Providing and protecting
The AGLC is committed
to operating according to the following values:
- Foresight: We
are aware of and take a proactive approach to shifts in social,
political, economic and environmental trends.
- Accountability: We
hold ourselves accountable for our decisions.
- Integrity: We
are open and transparent and act with impartiality to uphold
the trust of all our stakeholders.
- Respect: We
value our colleagues, stakeholders and Albertans and our
shared responsibilities to society and the environment.
Information about the AGLC’s
goals, strategies, and performance measures can be found in
our Business Plan.
The AGLC Annual
Reports and Reviews also provide actual financial and performance
We are committed to establishing
a friendly and open dialogue with Albertans, and we welcome