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Lottery Tickets Should Not Be Gifted to Children, Warns OLG

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation reminds parents and adults that lottery tickets are a form of gambling and should not be gifted to children and minors. OLG is a state-run agency that offers regulated gambling products for the Province of Ontario and reinvests proceeds from it in the local infrastructure and more.
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Lottery Tickets Should Not Be Gifted to Children, Warns OLG
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'It feels nice': Local man hits $250K jackpot

Kirk Higgins of Barrie is $250,000 richer after winning with Instant Jackpot (Game #2326). He bought the ticket on a whim. He scanned his ticket and found out about his big win on the OLG App.
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'Eye-opener': Barrie man hits $250K jackpot

Kirk Higgins of Barrie is $250,000 richer after winning with Instant Jackpot (Game #2326). He bought the ticket on a whim and scanned it on the OLG App. He plans to invest and save for retirement.
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'Eye-opener': Barrie man hits $250K jackpot
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$20 million LOTTO 6/49 ticket sold in Scarborough

Lotto 649 draw on Saturday ended with a person in Ontario winning $11 million. The winning ticket from the July 9 jackpot was sold in Scarborough. Two second-prize winning tickets valued at $121,811.40 each were also sold. Another lucky person bought an ENCORE ticket worth $100,000 in Mississauga.
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Whitby mother-of-four wins $350,000-plus LOTTARIO jackpot

Chiharu Ooka, 46, of Whitby, Ontario, won $356,465.60 in the June 11 LOTTARIO draw. She will use the money for education for herself, her husband and their children and for a family vacation. The winning ticket was purchased at Petro Canada on Dundas Street in Whitbys. Lottario launched in 1978 as Ontario’s first terminal lotto game. Tickets are $1 and the draws take place every Saturday.
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Whitby mother-of-four wins $350,000-plus LOTTARIO jackpot
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Check your tickets: $70 million Lotto Max jackpot ticket sold in Toronto

The jackpot for the Tuesday, June 28 Lotto Max draw was $70 million. Two maxmillions tickets each worth $1 million were sold in Toronto and Etobicoke. Second prize tickets worth each $625,178.40 were bought in Timiskaming/Cochrane District and Simcoe County. Since its launch in September 2009, Ontario Lottow Max Max players have won over $7 billion.
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Check your tickets: $70 million Lotto Max jackpot ticket sold in Toronto
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Aurora dad says $1M lottery win will 'go long way for my family'

Mir Alam Adam Ali of Aurora won a Maxmillions prize worth $1 million in the May 31, 2022, Lotto Max draw. He bought the ticket at One Stop Dollar & More on 14th Avenue in Markham. Mir will put the money toward his children's education. Lottos in Ontario have won over $7 billion since 2009. OLG is booking in-person prize claim appointments at the OLg Prize Centre in Toronto.
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Aurora dad says $1M lottery win will 'go long way for my family'
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'Disbelief': Brechin man wins over $250,000 on Lotto Max ticket

Brian Kimmons of Brechin has won $259,074.50 on Lotto Max. He bought the ticket at Hasty Market on Yonge Street in Richmond Hill. His common-law wife is excited about the win. Lottos Max players in Ontario have won over $7 billion since 2009. OLG is booking in-person prize claim appointments at the OLg Prize Centre in Toronto.
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Casselman woman wins $50,000 in INSTANT BINGO

Carol Bissonnette of Casselman won a $50,000 in instant bingo with Instant BINGO. She will spend the money on home improvements, a new TV and taking her grandmother to Toronto. The winning ticket was purchased at Macewen on Concession Street in Russell. The odds of winning any prize are 1 in 3.79. OLG is booking in-person prize claim appointments at the OLg Prize Centre in Toronto for customers with prizes over $49,999.90.
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There Was A Winner For The Lotto 6/49 Jackpot Worth 11M

LOTTO 6/49's next multi-millionaire could be waking up in London. The jackpot from the May 14, 2022 draw was won with a ticket sold in the London area. LOTTO players in Ontario have won over $13.7 billion in prizes since 1982. Last year LOTT 6-49 made over 50 millionaires inOntario.
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OLG Reminds of Unclaimed CA$36M Prize

The Lotto 6/49 prize worth CA$36.4 million was drawn last month, but the winner from Barrie has not yet claimed it. The winner could have forgotten about the ticket or is looking for financial help before cashing out.
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Ontario Ticket Wins LottoMax Jackpot!

The jackpot winning ticket for the February 4, 2022 LOTTO MAX draw was sold somewhere in Toronto. It's the second time in a row that the LOTTTOMAX jackpots winning tickets were sold in Ontario. The last time the jackpupil was worth $22 million and it was from the January 18, 2018 LOTTI MAX drawing.
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$70 Million LottoMax Winner Not Ready To Retire Just Yet

Manoharan Ponnuthurai of Brampton won the $70 million LOTTO MAX jackpot from the December 17, 2021 draw. He has been playing the lottery for 30 years. His wife is retiring from her job immediately. She wants to study and travel. Manohara wants his family to explore Europe. The company he owns employs several people. They will travel when it's safe. It's because of this that he doesn't want to retire. he operates a small manufacturing company. Manharan is Ontario's newest multimillionaire. For more information, visit LotTOMAX.com.
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Ontario ticket holder wins Friday’s $70 million Lotto Max jackpot

Ontario ticket holder wins Friday's $70 million Lotto Max jackpot. Two tickets for the LOTTO MAX second prize draw worth $250,582.40 were sold in Mississauga and Toronto. An ENCORE ticket worth $100,000 was sold in Toronto and two MAXMILLION tickets worth a total of $1 million were bought in Ottawa andToronto. OLG is booking in-person prize claim appointments at the OLg Prize Centre inToronto for those claims that require a face-to-face interview.
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Ontario ticket holder wins Friday’s $70 million Lotto Max jackpot
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Lotto Max Jackpot Now Worth CA$55 Million

Last Friday's Lotto Max draw did not determine a winner for the CA$50 million jackpot. The next draw will take place on October 15, 2021. Lottos Max is one of the highest-paying lottery games in Canada.
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Lotto Max Jackpot Now Worth CA$55 Million
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mkodo, a Pollard Banknote Company, Partners with OLG to Launch New Mobile Lottery App

Pollard Banknote's subsidiary company, mkodo, has partnered with the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation to launch a mobile lottery app for iOS and Android on July 19. The transactional app is fully integrated into the online platform provided by Bede Gaming. It offers players across the province the ability to purchase and scan lottery tickets, play their favourite casino games and a host of other features. The app's design is accessible for all, including those using assistive technologies. There are over 1 million registered players on OLG.ca.
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mkodo, a Pollard Banknote Company, Partners with OLG to Launch New Mobile Lottery App
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Bede Gaming launches new mobile app for Canada’s OLG

Bede Gaming has launched a new mobile app for Canada's Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation. The app allows customers to access jackpot information and lottery tickets scanner without having to log in. It has been released for Android devices and will be followed by an iOS compatible version. OLG’s PlaySmart program tools are included within the app. Players must be 18 or older to play lottery and 19 or over to use online casino games on the App.
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Bede Gaming launches new mobile app for Canada’s OLG