Jackpots of this size are rare in Canada, with the most recent being a CA$37 million prize won by Lotto 6/49 on October 3rd 2018. This means that more than half of all Canadian provinces have never had a jackpot of this size before.
Unfortunately for all lottery players in Canada, the grand prize winner for last Friday’s Lotto Max game was not determined. The prize for the fan-favorite game stood at roughly CA$35 million, however no bought tickets from all of Canada’s provinces matched the winning seven-number combination.
Lotto Max is likely the most popular lottery game in Canada, with a payout that may exceed CA$70,000,000. Every week, there are two drawings for the countrywide lottery game, and if the jackpot reaches CA$50 million, players may also win a Maxmillion reward for a whopping CA$1 million.
There are no winning tickets.
The final Lotto Max draw was performed on Friday, November 5, 2021, and it brought some awful news to all lottery players. No one in the nation claimed the win, which was worth CA$35 million. Players need not be disappointed, though, since the next draw will give them another opportunity at the huge prize.
The prize for the game will increase to CA$41 million on Tuesday, November 9, 2021. Players may now buy game tickets either online or in retail lottery shops, depending on their province’s digital platform. After 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, the draw will take place as normal.
The Winners Have Been Announced
Chee Yee Fong of British Columbia received his Maxmillion win from Lotto Max from the BCLC at the beginning of this month. Mr. Fong saw his ticket being selected as the prize winner in the June 15 draw. The Port Coquitlam homeowner said he plans to take additional tango classes and improve his abilities, as well as invest in his health, with the generous prize.
The Western Canada Lottery Corporation just announced that a Western 6/49 ticket sold in Saskatoon was the lucky winner of the November 3 draw. The ticket was valued CA$2 million since it matched all of the winning numbers during the draw. The winner now has up to 52 weeks to contact the agency and receive their large prize.
Matthew Poppels of Saskatoon was the winner of the CA$55 million Lotto Max prize, which was just announced in the province of Saskatchewan. This is the province’s second-largest lottery victory, and Mr. Poppels was able to collect his reward in only eight days after his ticket was picked as the winning one in the popular draw-based game’s October 19 round.
The Winner in British Columbia has been determined.
Christine Lauzon of B.C. previously won the life-changing CA$70,000,000 from Lotto Max, proving that Western Canadians are pretty fortunate when it comes to winning the lotto lately. The Burnaby homeowner recently collected her reward, revealing that the winning numbers in the September 28 draw were chosen at random using the Quick Pick tool. This was the greatest lottery victory in the province’s history.
Alaska Highway News, November 6, 2021, “No winning ticket for Friday’s $35 million Lotto Max prize.”