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What is it like to get a surprise cheque from a millionaire? We find out

Bob Erb, of Terrace, B.C., has been writing cheques to local charities and businesses after winning a $25-million Lotto Max jackpot on Nov. 2.
Bob Erb, of Terrace, B.C., has been writing cheques to local charities and businesses after winning a $25-million Lotto Max jackpot on Nov. 2. (CBC)

Terrace's Bob Erb is making headlines after winning a $25-million Lotto Max jackpot and then sharing his newfound wealth by showing up unannounced at local charities and businesses to make sizeable donations.What does it feel like to sit sit down for lunch and walk away thousands of dollars richer? We find out by speaking to some of the people Erb has written cheques to.

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