Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Multiple lottery wins across Canada, including a $100,000 prize in C-K

After eight weeks and seventeen draws, the Lott Max jackpot that was part of a Canadian lottery record top prize pool has finally been won.

There were two winning tickets – one sold in Toronto and the other sold in British Columbia – that will split the June 22, 2021 $70-million jackpot, OLG officials say.

Each ticket is worth $35-million.

There were tons of other life-changing lottery wins across Ontario as a result of Tuesday’s draw, as well:

30 of the 70 Maxmillions offered last night were won or shared by 46 tickets sold across Canada.

21 of those winning tickets were sold in Ontario:

– Kingston – $1 million

– Windsor – $1 million

– Thunder Bay – $1 million

– St. Catharines – $1 million

– Newmarket – $1 million

– Richmond Hill – $1 million

– Thornhill – $1 million

– Toronto – $1 million

– North York – $1 million

Maxmillions prizes shared with another ticket sold across Canada:

– Grey County – $500,000

– Simcoe County – $500,000

– Mississauga – $500,000

– Windsor – $500,000

– Milton – $500,000

– Ticket purchased on OLG.ca – $500,000

Maxmillions prizes shared with two other tickets sold across Canada:

– Burlington – $333,333

– Kitchener – $333,333

– Sault Ste. Marie – $333,333

– Milton – $333,333

– Scarborough – $333,333

Maxmillions prizes shared with three other tickets sold across Canada:

– Mississauga – $250,000

And there were six major Encore prizes won worth $100,000 each:

– Thornhill

– Chatham-Kent

– Etobicoke

– Simcoe County

– Welland

– Woodbridge

Since its launch in September 2009, Ontario Lotto Max players have won over $6-billion, including 85 jackpot wins and 713 Maxmillions prizes, across the province.

The next Lotto Max draw on Friday, June 25, 2021 will offer an estimated $50-million jackpot and an estimated two Maxmillions of $1-million each.

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