House Lottery News & Updates
Looking to get your House Lottery Ticket?
 
We are excited to announce that we have been approved for online sales by the Alcohol & Gaming Commission of Ontario.
 
You can now order tickets online safely and securely on our secure website. Your credit card payment is processed and stored by Moneris, a Canadian company backed by two of Canada's largest banks (BMO & RBC).
 
Click HERE to buy your ticket online.
We have posted a 360 video of the Lottery House on YouTube.
 
The image moves from room to room every 6 seconds and it is up to the person watching to click and drag the image around to have it rotate in 360 degrees.
 
Click HERE to view the video.
 
 
 
 

TICKETS REMAIN ON SALE! - DRAW DATES EXTENDED - IMPORTANT: PLEASE SEE REVISED RULES HERE

As you may be aware, due to the Covid 19 crisis, Fort William Rotary has curtailed sales of tickets through the Outlets and has suspended Open Houses in the interest of the public and our volunteers. Under these exceptional circumstances, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission has permitted us to extend the draw dates and offer sales by telephone.You are able to submit requests for tickets on our website page fwrotary.ca and volunteers will call you to complete the transaction over the phone. In addition, we expect to have phone lines available for direct call-ins noon to 5 pm on Saturdays and Sundays starting mid-April. Mail-in requests remain unchanged.

Your support is critical to the success of this event and the support it provides to critical charities in our Community –Thank- you for your continued support!

The Rotary Club of Thunder Bay (Fort William)

 

 

 

 
To all of our loyal Fort William Rotary House Lottery supporters,
 
As a result of the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, out of concern for the public and our Outlet partners, ticket sales have been restricted to only Mail-in requests over the past two weeks.
 
Under these exceptional circumstances, we have applied to our Licencing Agency, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO), for an amendment to our Licence allowing an extension of the draw dates and the ability to provide alternative sales methods to our valued customers during this crisis.  
 
We apologize for the inconvenience caused to those individuals seeking to purchase tickets.  We have received conditional approval to reschedule the Early-Bird and Grand Prize draw dates and also to provide options an alternative sale method.  We expect to have these in place over the next two weeks.
 
In the meantime, we request your continued patience as we implement these changes and look forward to a return to normal times.  The support we have received over the years has been truly exceptional and we know that the needs of the Charities we support will be even greater this year.
 
 
 
 
 
Fort William Rotary is a volunteer organization that strives to take action and create lasting change within our community. In light of the rapidly developing Covid-19 situation, we have discussed the impacts on our annual House Lottery. In the interest of the safety of our members, volunteers, and the greater community, we have decided to suspend open houses for an indefinite period of time. This means that there will be no open house taking place this weekend, Saturday, March 21st and Sunday, March 22nd.
 
 

It’s a true sign of Spring!  Tickets are now for sale for the 34th Fort William Rotary House Lottery! This year’s house is valued at Valued at $589,946 and is located at 317 South Creek Street in prestigious River Terrace.  The 34thFort William Rotary House Lottery will once again benefit our entire community. 

“The Fort William Rotary House Lottery is our club’s biggest endeavor and we are extremely proud to that we have supported our community for the past thirty-four years through the ticket sales,” says Stephen Margarit, Fort William Rotary President.  “It’s a huge project for our small club and we are thankful for the support that we have received over the years.  This year’s house, built by Lormar-Mario Michieli, will help us to continue our tradition of supporting local charities in our community.”