Mississauga, Ont., woman wins $64M Lotto 6/49 jackpot, largest in Canadian history

A Mississauga, Ont., woman has claimed a $64-million jackpot, the largest in Canadian lottery history.

Zhe Wang's ticket was the only winner in the Oct. 17, 2015, draw

Zhe Wang of Mississauga has won the largest jackpot in the history of Canadian lotteries. (Ontario Lottery and Gaming)

A Mississauga, Ont., woman has claimed a $64-million jackpot, the largest in Canadian lottery history.

Zhe Wang won on a single Lotto 6/49 ticket bought for a draw in October 2015.

She purchased her ticket at a Petro-Canada station on Artesian Drive in Mississauga. 

According to the OLG, the winner has decided not to do a news conference as it is not mandatory.  

Prior to Wang's win, the largest jackpot won in Canada was $63,413,885 in 2013. That jackpot was shared by four winning tickets. 


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