Nova Scotia

Lottery ticket worth $500K sold in Dartmouth

Atlantic Lottery is looking for the winner of a Lotto Max prize worth $500,000. The winning ticket was sold in Dartmouth, N.S.

Prize winner has yet to come forward

Atlantic Lottery drew a half-million-dollar prize Tuesday, but no one has come forward to claim it. (CBC)

The owner of a Lotto Max lottery ticket recently sold in Dartmouth, N.S., is in store for a $500,000 payout — if they step forward to claim the prize.

Atlantic Lottery is looking for the winner of a Lotto Max prize drawn on Tuesday.

The organization says it will release details of the winner or winners as soon as they're identified.


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