Latest Quebec lottery results, winning numbers and rules. Find all the information you need about lotteries in Quebec. Check your ticket or search past draws if you won the jackpot. 🍀
All lottery games in Quebec are owned and operated by Loto Quebec, which redistributes proceeds from lotteries and other forms of gambling across the province to community projects and charitable causes.
Loto Quebec offers the most comprehensive selection of games of any lottery operator in Canada, with nearly 20 national and provincial games being available plus multiple chances to win huge sums of cash every day of the week!
Lotto Max is the most popular national lottery game in Canada, with players getting three excellent-value entries for CAD 5.00.
Players choose seven numbers from 1 to 50 or can go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections. For an additional CAD 1.00, players can enter the Extra game to receive a random seven-digit number on their ticket, including the opportunity to win CAD 1 million if the drawn number is matched.
Lotto 6/49 is another national lottery game that utilizes the familiar 6 from 49 lottery format.
Players choose six numbers from 1 to 49 or can go for a Quick Pick for random selections.
Entries cost CAD 3.00, with each ticket being automatically entered into the GUARANTEED raffle draw for the chance to win CAD 1 million.
Daily Grand gives players the opportunity to win CAD 1,000 a day for life or a lump sum of CAD 7 million.
Entry costs CAD 3.00, with players choosing five numbers from 1 to 49 and a Grand Number from 1 to 7. Quick Pick is available for players who wish to play with random selections.
Quebec Max uses the same format as the national Lotto Max game, but offers even better value, with tickets costing just CAD 2.00 for three entries!
Players choose seven numbers from 1 to 50 or can go for a Quick Pick for random selections.
Best of all, 15 sets of numbers are drawn, and while the first set of numbers count as the main draw, players who match all seven numbers in one of the 14 additional draws can win CAD 1 million!
Quebec 49 is a provincial 6 from 49 lottery, with tickets costing just CAD 1.00.
Players choose six numbers from 1 to 49 or can go for a Quick Pick to enter with random selections. For an additional CAD 1.00, players can enter the Extra game for a chance to win CAD 1 million.
Quotidienne 2 is a traditional Pick-type game, with players choosing their own wager and the type of bets they wish to place.
Entries start from as little as CAD 0.50, and because the stake acts as a jackpot multiplier, bigger prizes are paid out for higher stakes!
In Quotidienne 3, players choose their own stake and bet on various combinations of three numbers.
Players can win up to 450 times their stake, providing real incentive to place bigger bets to win more substantial sums of money!
Quotidienne 4 is the most lucrative of Loto Quebec’s Pick-style games, offering players the chance to win up to 4,500 times their original stake!
Players choose four numbers from 0 to 9, who then wager against matching them in exact order, any order or by matching specific pairs of numbers.
Banco is a Keno-style lottery, allowing players to choose the number of digits that they wish to match as well as their stake, which acts as a jackpot multiplier.
Entry starts from as little as CAD 1.00, with players needing to choose between two and 10 numbers between 1 and 70.
Astro is a unique lottery game, which is played by choosing:
Entry costs just CAD 1.00, with players able to make their own selections or opting for a Quick Pick for elements to be chosen at random.
Triplex is an excellent-value lottery game, with tickets costing just CAD 1.00 for three entries of five numbers.
All entries are Quick Pick, with the Extra game also being available for an additional CAD 1.00 for the chance to win CAD 1 million.
Tout ou Rien (All or Nothing) is a unique game in which players can win the jackpot by matching 12 numbers out of 24, or none at all!
Entry costs CAD 2.00, with manual selections or Quick Picks available. A range of secondary prizes can also be won, with players only missing out on winning a prize if they match five, six or seven numbers.
La Mini is a great-value lottery game, with entries costing just CAD 0.50.
As Quick Pick only, tickets are printed with a random six-digit number, with the first digit always being between 1 and 9 and the other five digits being between 0 and 9.
Sprinto is a popular lottery game that has an Instant Win element to accompany the main draw.
Quick Pick-only entries cost either CAD 2.00 or CAD 5.00, with the jackpot paying out 50,000 times the chosen stake.
The Instant Win element consists of a virtual car or horse race, with the draw game itself utilizing five random numbers printed on the ticket.
Lotto Poker entry costs CAD 2.00, with all entries being via Quick Pick only.
Lotto Poker has an Instant Win element, with players winning cash prizes on the spot if the poker hand on their ticket matches the one displayed on the lottery console. Players can then use the same ticket for the evening draw, who will win the jackpot by matching all five cards in their poker hand with those that are drawn.
Lotto D is a popular provincial lottery game that offers Instant Win and draw elements alike.
Entry is via Quick Pick only, costs either CAD 2.00 or CAD 5.00, with the ticket price acting as a prize multiplier.
Tickets are printed with two sets of dice: eight white dice for the main draw game and one red die for the Instant Win element. Players win up to CAD 5,000 via the Instant Win game if the lottery terminal simulates eight dice rolls that match the dice on the ticket.
The table below provides an overview of the schedule for each Quebec lottery game.
Not including the Quotidienne games, Triplex has the most attractive odds at 1 in 249,800, albeit for a modest jackpot.
Daily Grand offers great odds, with players having the chance to win CAD 1,000 a day for life or a lump sum of CAD 7 million.
A number of Quebec Lottery games have Advance Play options, with the number of draws that players can enter at once being highlighted below.
Loto Quebec offers a subscription service for players who want to ensure that they never miss a draw. Subscription is available for the Lotto Max, Lotto 6/49 and Daily Grand games.
Players need to choose the subscription option when buying a ticket for the game in question, after which, ticket costs will be deducted from their bank account via direct debit for each subsequent draw.
Simply known as Scratch games in Quebec, Scratch-Offs have multiple prizes, with jackpots typically being proportionate to the ticket price. Quebec Lottery scratch-offs range in price fromCAD 1.00 to CAD 30, with jackpots ranging from CAD 25 to CAD 2 million!
The odds of winning a prize range from 1 in 3.5 to around 1 in 4.5 for most games.
It is not yet clear whether the operator pulls tickets as soon as all jackpots have been won.
Further information about scratch-offs is available from the Loto Quebec website .
Tax is not payable on lottery prizes in Canada.
The process for claiming Quebec Lottery prizes depends on the prize won:
Prizes of up to CAD 600 can be claimed from any authorized lottery retailer.
Prizes exceeding CAD 600, but less than CAD 2,000 , must be claimed via mail-in. Mail-in forms are available from the operator’s website , which must be accompanied by a signed and addressed winning ticket and a valid form of identification.
Prizes exceeding CAD 2,000 must be claimed via appointment made at a local prize claim office.
While Quebec Lottery scratch-off jackpots depend on the tickets being sold at any given time, the biggest jackpots are typically around CAD 2 million.
Yes, tickets are available from the Loto Quebec website, but only to Canadian residents. Players should note that not all games are available online.
Canada’s national lottery games - Lotto Max and Lotto 6/49 - are available to overseas players via lottery agent websites.
None. Lottery tax is not levied in Canada.
Some Quebec lottery games offer the choice between regular payments or lump sums, while others pay out lump sums only.
Prizes of up to CAD 600 can be received immediately at authorized lottery retailers.
Prizes exceeding CAD 600, but less than CAD 2,000 , must be claimed via mail-in, which may take up to six weeks to process.
Prizes over CAD 2,000 can only be claimed at the respective local prize claim office, which can be paid out immediately after ticket and identity verification.
Daily Grand winners can receive prizes in regular instalments as agreed with the operator, or take a CAD 7 million lump sum.
If there is more than one winner, a CAD 7 million lump sum is split between all winners.