B.C. ticket one of four winners sold in Friday's $50 million Lotto Max jackpot
Howard Alexander - News Editor
There are four winning tickets for last night's $50 million grand prize — each of them worth 12-and-a-half million dollars. One was sold in B.C.
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June 06, 2015 - 9:27 AM
TORONTO - The Lotto Max jackpot drought is over.
There are four winning tickets for last night's $50 million grand prize — each of them worth $12.5 million.
One winning ticket was sold in Delta, B.C., one in Ontario and two on the Prairies.
There were also 50 Maxmillions prizes of a million dollars each up for grabs — and 22 of them were claimed by a total of 27 winning tickets.
Two of those winning tickets were sold in B.C., one in Kamloops and the other on the B.C. Lottery Corporation's Play Now website. The Kamloops winner will be splitting the $1 million with two other winners on the Prairies who picked the same number.
Maxmillion winning tickets were also sold in Atlantic Canada, Quebec, 13 in Ontario and eight on the Prairies.
The jackpot for next Friday's Lotto Max will be approximately $38 million.
— This story was updated at 11:10 a.m., with new information from the BCLC.
News from © The Canadian Press, 2015