Burnaby Lotto Max Winner has 70-Million Reasons to be Thankful

By | October 22, 2021


When Christine Lauzon picked up a Lotto Max ticket for
the September 28, 2021 draw with her pack of peanuts, she never imagined her spurofthe
moment decision would result in her winning the massive $70million jackpot.

“I just thought, ‘Why not buy a ticket?’” Lauzon said. “I have definitely dreamed about it but I
never thought it would actually happen. You never think it’s going to happen.

Lauzon, who selected her numbers with Quick Pick and purchased her ticket at the Shoppers
Drug Mart on Hastings Street in Burnaby, now holds the record as B.C.’s largest lottery prize
winner ever. She checked her ticket at home using BCLC’s Lotto! app, and shared the
incredible news first with were her roommate and next her father.

They were both so surprised and excited,” she recalled. My dadcouldn’t keep a straight

Lauzon says the experience has been surreal: Her first priority is to connect with her financial
advisor and next, she will gift some of her prize to her immediate family. She says she has a lot
of ideas and causes that are close to her heart, and will take her time before deciding how she
will make an impact.

“I feel nervous and excited all in one,” she said. “I can’t fully wrap my head around it all right
now. I am so excited for what is to come.”

The odds of winning the Lotto Max jackpot are 1 in 33,294,800. So far in 2021, B.C. lottery
players have redeemed more than $169 million in winnings from Lotto Max. Anyone can win
and #YouCouldBeNext. Watch some amazing lottery winner stories
at www.playnow.com/lottery/winners/youcouldbenext.

Lotto Max is a nationwide lottery game drawn on Tuesdays and Fridays after 7:30 p.m. (PST).
Players can purchase tickets at lottery retailers or at PlayNow.com. Winning numbers and group
play release forms can be found online at bclc.com. Players can now check their lottery tickets
anytime, anywhere on iOS and Android devices or on BCLC’s Lotto! app. BCLC offers socially
responsible gambling entertainment while generating income to benefit all British Columbians.
Remember, play for fun, not to make money. For more information, visit GameSense.com.

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