Pick 4 is a daily game available in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
Draws take place in Winnipeg at 21:30 Central Time/20:30 Mountain Time/19:30 Pacific Time, with ticket sales closing just before the draw and reopening immediately afterward.
Pick 4 tickets cost CAD 1.00. Players choose four numbers from 0 to 9,or go for a Quick Pick for randomly generated ones, and because each number is chosen independently, it is possible to choose four of the same.
Players can choose Straight Play for a chance to win the jackpot, or Box Play to open up secondary prize tiers.
The Extra game costs an additional CAD 1.00 per Pick 4 game, with players receiving a random seven-digit number printed on their ticket for a chance to win the CAD 250,000 jackpot. Extra offers a second prize of CAD 100,000 for matching the last six digits, with five further secondary prizes also being available.
Players can choose Advance Play for up to 25 draws at a time.
Pick 4 has a fixed jackpot of CAD 5,000, with no rollovers or roll downs if the prize fails to be won.
The odds of winning the Pick 4 jackpot are 1 in 1,000.
It is only possible to win the jackpot by playing Straight Play, with the four secondary prizes only available through Box Play.
numbers (e.g.; 1115)
numbers (e.g.; 5590)
with unique numbers
Prize winners have up to one year to make a claim.
Prizes are paid out as tax-free lump sums.
Players must be at least 18 years of age to play Pick 4, with tickets sold at lottery retailers in Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Nunavut.
Pick 4 is not available to players outside of Western Canada Lottery Corporation provinces; however, a game of the same name with a similar format is available to players in Ontario.
Pick 4 is operated by the Western Canada Lottery Corporation.