As the leading instant ticket supplier in Canada, Pollard Banknote boasts an intimate, unrivalled understanding of the Canadian market. Pollard Banknote has been a partner to the ILC for more than 25 years, and has successfully worked with each of the five Canadian lotteries to develop top-selling regional games. In the last 10 years alone, Pollard Banknote has printed approximately 2,000 instant games for its Canadian clients, including the ILC and the five regional lotteries. This new five-year contract will allow Pollard Banknote to continue to assist each jurisdiction in growing their $10 and $20 portfolio with appealing prize structures and enhanced print innovations.
“The ILC is a long-valued customer of Pollard Banknote, and we are very proud of the cooperative relationship we have established over more than two decades,” said Doug Pollard, Co-Chief Executive Officer, Pollard Banknote. “We have worked hard to offer an expanding selection of products and services, and this new contract underscores the confidence the ILC has in our ability to successfully develop and print multi-jurisdictional games with their inherent complexities. We look forward to building upon our success in the coming years with the mutual goal of increasing revenues for ILC, and the good causes its member lotteries support.”
The ILC is a nationwide lottery organization incorporated in 1976. The five Canadian regional lottery corporations that are members of the ILC include the Atlantic Lottery Corporation (New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, and Prince Edward Island), Loto-Québec, the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation (Manitoba, Alberta, Saskatchewan, the Yukon, Northwest Territories, and Nunavut), and the British Columbia Lottery Corporation. These lottery corporations are responsible for games in their respective jurisdictions, and oversee the planning, risk management, and business oversight of national initiatives through the ILC Board, its Executive Committee, and other specific committees and working groups.