The $50 Million jackpot triggered on Lotto Max has been claimed by a group of players, making it the largest amount ever won in Canada.

The Lotto Max draw on Tuesday, November 9 did not produce a winner of the large reward, which is both good and bad news for Canadian lottery players. The top reward was CA$41 million at the time of the draw, however no ticket from the nation matched all seven winning numbers. The good news is that the prize for the next draw will now be considerably larger.

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Lotto Max is a national lottery game featuring two weekly drawings, one on Tuesday and one on Friday. Many players have become lottery millionaires as a result of the game, since participants win hundreds of millions of Canadian dollars each year. Tickets for the game may be purchased at retail outlets and via internet portals.

There will be no winner.

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Unfortunately for all Lotto Max ticket holders, the game’s jackpot has once again escaped them. The major prize of CA$41 million was not won on Tuesday, but Loto-Qu├ębec announced that a ticket from Quebec had won the substantial sum of CA$196,118. The winner may collect their reward for up to 52 weeks.

As a result of the lack of a winner on Tuesday night, the jackpot for the next draw on Friday, November 12, 2021, will soar to a whopping CA$50,000,000. Tickets for the game must be bought by 10:30 p.m. on Friday at retail locations and online. In addition, if the jackpot reaches CA$50 million, the draw will include two CA$1,000,000 Maxmillion awards.

Local Kanata Business Wins Big

In the realm of big lottery wins, a retired nurse from Kanata, Ontario, has won CA$1 million due to a Lotto 6/49 ticket. Sandra Pilgrim-Stark was just granted her win by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, and she teared up when she learned how much she had won after verifying her ticket at a retail location.

Ms. Pilgrim-Stark bought her ticket at the Real Canadian Superstore on Eagleson Road in Kanata, just in time for Lotto 6/49’s tragic October 20 draw. She intends to use the money to pay off her mortgage, divide the award with her children, and invest some of it. The winner also said that she has already made vacation preparations.

Won a total of CA$21 million

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission (OLG) announced in September that an Ontario ticket holder had won a staggering CA$21 million in Lotto 6/49. The fortunate winner’s identity, however, remains unknown since they have yet to contact the agency to collect their prize. The actual amount of the prize is CA$21,185,218.10, and the Crown urges everyone in the province to verify their tickets.

Another significant Lotto 6/49 win

Gary Muchula of Vancouver was just announced as the winner of the CA$10.2 million prize by the British Columbia Lottery Corporation in Western Canada. Mr. Muchula’s ticket, bought at London Drugs in Park Royal, was picked as the winning one in the Lotto 6/49 draw on October 20. The winner, a die-hard football fan, intends to use the prize money to fulfill his ambition of attending the Super Bowl live.

“This week’s Lotto Max jackpot has swelled to a mind-boggling $50 million,” Daily Hive, November 10, 2021.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where was the 50 million Lotto Max won?

A: The 50 million Lotto Max jackpot was won in Calgary, Canada on October 29th 2018.

What is Lotto Max jackpot up to?

A: The current jackpot is $1.18 million dollars.

How is the Lotto Max jackpot paid out?

A: Lotto Max pays out its jackpots to the winners in cash.

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