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Canadian Super 7 lottery winner heads back to work
It's back to work for Shawn MacDonald even if this morning he is Canada's newest multi-millionaire. No, I have no plans to change any of that, the 33-year-old federal civil servant said yesterday as he picked up a check for $7.5 million. I'll just live my life as I always did. MacDonald, originally from Cape Breton but now working for the immigration department of the federal government in Halifax, picked up a ticket for last Friday's Atlantic Lottery Super 7 draw during a visit to a mall.He us ...
Sep 21, 2004, 6:58 am - Lottery News forum
Canadian woodworker carves out lottery win
Andre Leveille watched Wednesday night as, one after another, the numbers on the television screen matched those on a Lotto 6/49 ticket he bought at a gas station in Mascouche. I'm a millionaire! the Riviere des Prairies resident shouted. But in the next room, his wife, Diane, didn't believe he'd won the $15.75-million top prize.When Leveille's daughter, Josee, found out, she was so shocked she came over to her parents' house in her pajamas to confirm the good news, Loto-Quebec spokesperson Jea ...
Sep 3, 2004, 8:36 am - Lottery News forum
Toronto couple claims $26.8 million lottery win
A Toronto couple has claimed the third-largest jackpot in Canadian lottery history -- almost $27 million.Tze-Lam and Mei-Ling Chan say they'll use their $26.8 million Super 7 winnings to buy a house that's not too big by the city's lakeshore. And they might get a boat to go along with it. Like 40 feet or something like that, Tze-Lam Chan told reporters. He doesn't yet know how to sail.Both originally from Hong Kong, the couple met at a party in Toronto 17 years ago. They married and had a son ...
Aug 31, 2004, 9:08 am - Lottery News forum
Long-time pals hit jackpot
It was like prom night all over again four giddy couples crammed into a stretch limousine, cruising the streets.But the pack of friends weren't on their way to a dance. Instead, the 30- and 40-somethings were dropping off checks of more than $3.6 million at their banks, each couple's share of the Canadian Lotto 6/49 jackpot. We're still actually trying to fathom what has gone down; none of us has slept very much, said Lorraine Ulrick, her husband Gregory beside her, as the limo pulled to a stop ...
Aug 10, 2004, 9:42 am - Lottery News forum