Winning $50M Lotto Max tickets sold in Western Canada

There are two winning tickets for the $50-million dollar jackpot in last night's Lotto Max draw, both purchased in Western Canada.

There are two winning tickets for the $50-million dollar jackpot in last night's Lotto Max draw, both purchased in Western Canada.

One of the tickets was bought in British Columbia, and the other somewhere in the Prairies.

Claims can also be made for three of the 20 MaxMillions prizes of $1 million each that were up for grabs. One winning ticket was bought in Quebec and another in British Columbia.

The third MaxMillions prize will be shared by two ticketholders in the Prairies.

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