A Lotto Max life-changing event for a car dealer mechanic in Brampton, Toronto. – The January 25, 2018 Lotto Max Jackpot draw for $35,317,981.10.
Jason Debattista, who only buys tickets when he remembers to and one who is married to a wife who is a regular lotto player, won the jackpot from a Free Play. Discovery came the week after on a Saturday while his wife was buying her ticket and Jason thought of checking his ticket. At first, he thought he only won $35 with the words ‘Big Winner’ and checked again and saw more zeros, checked again and saw more zeros. He called his wife to double check with him and then much to their surprise, they won the jackpot.
It was a very moving scenario when they delivered the news to their family. Jason was so shocked that he had a hard time opening the door of their house. With their 3 daughters and other family members, the great news was shared by the teary-eyed winner.
Despite his big bank account balance, Jason plans to continue working as a mechanic to keep him living a normal life. However, because of the fortune, he has big plans for their children’s education and support for their future. And, family and friends are also included on the people that Jason will help as these people helped them through the years of their hardships. For his wife, he plans to buy her a diamond for their anniversary. Lastly, a first-class travel for his family.
A Lotto Max life-changing event. Jason has high hopes and expectations when he said, “This win will trickle down for generations”.
$60M Lotto Max Christmas Blessing has been given to a group of 9 people from Montreal. Lotto max awesome $60 million grand prize on December 22, 2017 draw gave a group of friends the chance to be millionaires. Lucky 9 proves to be true for these people. $60 M Lotto Max December 2017 jackpot winners are Julie Beland, Haidar Abi Haidar, Robert Macri, Diane Dorele Fossouo Djuidje, Nathaniel Thomas, Darius Hozhabr Zandi, Peter Jewett, Randolph Dandan and Enzo Scattone.
This group of winners come from multi-industry company which name they did not mention. No one would talk about what they do for a living or where they work. Some of them are already rich and some are not, however, Beland said it depends on how each of them defines being rich. She claimed that they are people who made efforts that needed to be made to get to where they are now.
Another winner, Haiar Abi Haidar also said that they are comfortable, and money doesn’t create anything. She explained that not all of them are in Finance and that it is complicated to explain.
Enzo Scattone, another winner, found out that they won the jackpot when he checked the internet and found out that winners are from Montreal. Hoping that they might get lucky, he then checked on Loto-Quebec’s website and it was confirmed. Scattone cried when he thought of his family and many other things.
The group has life goals which they will continue to pursue, winning the lottery will just give them more possibilities to make their goals come true. Beland said that they will remain grounded.
The group usually split one ticket, but because this is a holiday season they put in $20 each. Abi Haidar mentioned that they have calculated the odds and it was the first time they put in that much money.
The group will take time to reflect on their future, but winning millions has not changed their life’s goals.
Ten years – the long wait had finally come to an end. This was how long it took for a group of 27 accountants in Saguenay City Hall’s Finance department to win the Lotto max jackpot on August 04, 2017 draw. It may be a long time coming but it was worth the wait. The winning ticket was bought from Depanneur Cadeko in Sainte-Genevieve by the groups’ representative Guy Perron. Their tickets are usually bought from different places.
Guy Perron was the first one to find out that their group had won the $23 million jackpot. He couldn’t believe it and even thought that the machine wasn’t working properly. After he confirmed that they really won, Guy contacted the co-worker Bruno Gagnon who is also a member of the winning group. Together, they went to their office to get the contact numbers of the other members to spread the great news. However, most of the members were on holiday so it was hard to reach them. But every time they were able to reach a member their adrenaline was pumping.
Guy regards fellow accountants as ‘laid-back people’. They felt weird watching announcers on television talking about their group. They had won a total of $23, 017, 319 with winning numbers: 01, 04, 11, 17, 27, 36, 37 and bonus 47.
The group decided to put the money in the bank and took some time to consider what to do with the money. And as agreed for a common cause, each member would give $1000 to Opération Père Noël du Saguenay−Lac-Saint-Jean. This aims to give at least one gift for 27 children from their region every Christmas for 10 years. 27 Lotto Max jackpot winners will help 27 children.
Brett McCoy is a pipeline worker who met his wife, Robin Walker in the same oil company he was working at. When they started their family, Robin stopped and is now a stay-at-home mom with a hobby farm. They have four kids, the youngest is 4 and the oldest is 16.
This couple from the Yellowhead County won the $60 million jackpot on the September 22 draw. The highest Lotto Max jackpot won in Alberta. Their ticket is the only one in Canada who got all the 7 winning numbers.
Brett and Robin found out that they have won the jckpot when they stopped in at the McLeod Trading post in the tiny hamlet of Peers, on the day after the big draw. They went there just to buy chicken feed and treats for their 4 children.
When Robin checked the quick pick ticket a whole bunch of numbers came up on the screen. He then called her husband to let him know they have won $60,000. The teller came after her and told her to count all the zeros.
Prior to this big win, McCoy had won $100 for 2 consecutive weeks. Their neighbors had joked about that the third time will be a big win.
The couple is taking their time to decide what they will do with their money. Even before they won the big jackpot, they consider themselves rich in every way except for the money. They only dreamed of expanding their hobby farm. Now they also plan on helping other people. They bought a new truck to pick up the cheque which they had thought over and over if they really need it.
McCoy’s and walker’s winning ticket was an $11 quick pick with the winning Lotto Max numbers: 2, 10, 37, 38, 43, 47.
$55M Lotto Max June 2017 Jackpot Winner is the fourth winner from Quebec for this year 2017. Ann-Marie Francis who is married to Ian Warcup had been so excited and surprised when she found out about her winnings the day after the draw. They opted not to tell anyone until the conference when they were awarded the check so that everyone will know about it the same time.
The lucky couple are parents of 5 and grandparents of 3. They have a small business making promotional items like t shirts and hats. They also have a pool in the house to upkeep that makes Warcup busy. He is also the one who regularly buys the tickets.
Ann-Marie and Ian have no plans of quickly changing their lives. Ann-Marie said they always believed they are luckier than most people because they eat everyday. And now that they are millionaires they are thinking of buying more food and more expensive food.
They also plan to keep their small business but plan on working on a lesser time to be able to enjoy life. Also, plans on doing business with their son. They are still weighing if they should buy a new house or just renovate the old one.
$55M Lotto Max June 2017 Jackpot Winner. These couple never lived a very luxurious life before but they always had good health.