Canada’s Lotto Max prizes expire 12 months after the date of the draw. So it was a relief when the winner of the long-awaited $60 million prize came forward to claim it last week.Read More
This story is a reminder to everyone buying lottery tickets. Don’t leave it too late! If you’re the kind of person who’s rushed for time, put buying lottery tickets first on your list when you’re shopping. Otherwise you could share the fate of Montreal man Joel Ifergan who missed out on $27 million.
It's part of the winning ritual - lottery jackpot winners photographed holding an oversized cardboard check with the gigantic prize amount shown on it. But could these lucky recipients take the signed check down to the bank and cash it?Read More
Investigative reporter David Menzies says lottery players may have noticed big changes to the Lotto Max game on May 11. It has bigger jackpots, more draws and more prizes. But he says missing from some ad campaigns promoting the lottery is the fact that an extra number has been added, worsening the odds for the main jackpot by some 5 million to one.
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Time to celebrate! Lotto Max winner Dwayne Williams of Whitby being presented with his $55 million check.
After taking 6 weeks to absorb the shock of his massive win, Lotto Max winner Dwayne Williams of Whitby finally picked up the $55 million prize.Read More
Some event are unpredictable. This Mega Millions winning couple collected their $1million prize just a day before their ticket expired.
You wake up. The alarm has gone off at the same time each work day. You have breakfast and set off to work as usual.Read More