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Winning $20-million Lotto Max ticket sold in Orillia
Next week's LOTTO MAX jackpot will be an estimated $10 million.
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Someone in Orillia is waking up a multi-millionaire this weekend.

The OLG has announced that last night's winning ticket for the LOTTO MAX prize was sold in the Ontario city.

The ticket is worth just over $20-million.

Next week's LOTTO MAX jackpot will be an estimated $10 million.

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  1. john posted on 07/26/2014 01:18 PM
    good to know it was in Ontario for ounce . not in Quebec .
    1. Karl Burgin posted on 08/01/2014 12:59 PM
      @john Well, whoever it is, they're going to be enjoying a very happy extra-long weekend ;p
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Someone in Orillia is waking up a multi-millionaire this weekend.

The OLG has announced that last night's winning ticket for the LOTTO MAX prize was sold in the Ontario city.

The ticket is worth just over $20-million.

Next week's LOTTO MAX jackpot will be an estimated $10 million.

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  1. john posted on 07/26/2014 01:18 PM
    good to know it was in Ontario for ounce . not in Quebec .
    1. Karl Burgin posted on 08/01/2014 12:59 PM
      @john Well, whoever it is, they're going to be enjoying a very happy extra-long weekend ;p
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