La Mini is a provincial lottery game played in Quebec.
Draws take place on Fridays at 22:30 local time, with
ticket sales closing shortly before the draw and resuming immediately
Entry costs just CAD 0.50.
Printed with a random six-digit number, La Mini tickets are available as
Quick Picks only, with the first digit always being between 1 and 9 and the
remaining five digits ranging from 0 to 9. Players win the jackpot by matching
all six digits in the order they are drawn.
Players can purchase up to 10 La Mini entries per ticket; however, there are
no Advance Play options, secondary games or opportunities to win prizes on top
of the main draw.
La Mini has a fixed jackpot of CAD 50,000, with no
rollovers or roll downs.
The odds of winning the La Mini jackpot are 1 in 900,000, and while the
jackpot is relatively modest, the affordable entry price makes the game great
Loto Quebec awards additional bonus prizes of CAD 1,000 to 50 lucky players
in the first draw of every month.
Players can win prizes at eight different tiers, with 1 in 90 overall odds
of winning a prize.
Players have up to one year to claim prizes.
All prizes are paid out as 100% tax-free lump sums.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play La
Players can enter La Mini via the Loto Quebec website, mobile app or from
authorized lottery outlets across Quebec. Website and app entries are
unavailable between midnight and 05:00.
La Mini is available in Quebec only.
The first La Mini draw took place on June 5, 1970, making it one of Canada’s
oldest lottery games. It is operated by Loto Quebec.