Four Mississauga Residents Celebrating Jackpot Lotto Win
Four Mississauga residents are enjoying a very prosperous summer, as they're part of a group that's enjoying a jackpot pin.
OLG recently congratulated a group of eight from Southern Ontario area for winning the $2 million jackpot in the July 7, 2018 Ontario 49 draw.
The group members are:
Cherian Abraham of Mississauga
Edward Lovekin of Mississauga
John Flanagan of Richmond Hill
Jose Silva of Mississauga
Leonardo Dilegge of Stoney Creek
Nateram Babulal of Vaughan
Patricia Mancini of Mississauga
Robert Cappola of Woodbridge
PHOTO (L to R): Edward, John, Jose, Cherian, Leonardo, Nateram, Patricia
Ontario 49 is $1 per play and the draws take place every Wednesday and Saturday.
Combination Play is available in five-, seven-, eight- and nine-number selections. Tickets are sold until 10:30 p.m.
The winning ticket was purchased at Petro Canada on Burnhamthorpe Road in Mississauga.
In other lotto news, two other Mississauga residents are enjoying a very substantial windfall
OLG also announced that a group of three from the GTA area won $1,400,262.20 in the July 28, 2018 Lottario draw.
The group members are:
Su-Ching Choi of Mississauga
Jenna Lee of Scarborough
Kwok-Tsoi Choi of Mississauga
Lottario launched in 1978 as Ontario's first online terminal lotto game. Tickets are $1 and the draws take place every Saturday. Tickets are sold until 10:30 p.m.
The winning ticket was purchased at Metro on Don Mills Road in North York.
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