Winning ticket in Saturday's 6-49 draw won in Ontario

Nelson Daily Staff
By Nelson Daily Staff
October 18th, 2015

Residents of BC need not worry about any outlandish lotto dreams after a single ticket sold at a lottery outlet in Mississauga, Ont. is going to cash in on the largest lottery jackpot in Canadian lottery history.

The winning ticket for Saturday’s 6-49 draw $64-million grand prize was sold in the community just west of Toronto.

The Lotto Corp said there’s no indication if the ticket was sold to a single person or a group of people.

The unofficial winning numbers are 04, 05, 06, 22, 29 and 30 with the bonus number 20.

The previous Canadian lottery record was $63.4 million for a 6-49 draw in April 2013.

LottoMax is going to be is an estimated $50 Million and an estimated 4 MAXMILLIONS prizes after Friday’s Jackpot was carried over.

Two prizes of $194,188.20 in the LOTTO MAX 6/7+Bonus category for Friday, October 16, 2015 were won by winning tickets purchased in Ontario.

The $250,000 EXTRA prize was won by one lucky ticket purchased in Alberta while the  $100,000 EXTRA prize for was won by three lucky tickets purchased in Calgary and two in Alberta.

Story originated at The Nelson Daily

This post was syndicated from https://thenelsondaily.com
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