Winning $70M Lotto Max jackpot ticket was sold in Brampton, Ont.

Ontario's gaming authority says one winning ticket for the whopping $70-million Lotto Max prize — the largest lottery jackpot in Canadian history — was sold in Brampton. 

If claimed, this would be biggest lottery prize awarded in Canadian history

Three Lotto Max lottery tickets
The winning ticket for Tuesday's $70-million Lotto Max jackpot draw was sold in Brampton, according to Ontario's gaming authority. (The Canadian Press)

The winning ticket for the whopping $70-million Lotto Max jackpot was sold in Brampton, Ontario's gaming authority announced Wednesday morning.

If the lucky ticket-holder claims the cash, it would be the largest lottery jackpot prize awarded in Canadian history according to Ontario Lottery and Gaming (OLG).

The buzz-worthy draw Tuesday had spawned lineups at retailers across the country since Friday. 

Though far less than $70 million, the draw also produced some other big wins across the province, including: 

  • Six tickets worth $1 million each sold in Brampton, Hamilton, the Niagara Region, Oshawa, Ottawa and Pickering.
  • Two tickets worth $500,000 each sold in Niagara Falls and Perth County.
  • Two tickets worth $333,333.40 sold in Richmond Hill, Toronto and Sudbury.

Lottery players can check their numbers on the OLG lottery app or website.