Lotto Max: $10 million split 2 ways in Ontario



Yes, friends this could be my lucky day. Maybe your lucky day but please, me first. According to the Western Canada Lottery Corporation, the ten million dollar grand prize of Friday’s Lotto Max was split between two winning tickets both purchased in Ontario. I have stars in my eyes. And imagine, we still have tonight’s Lotto 6/49 with $3.5 million.

But enough of dreaming, let’s get back to reality. Environment Canada is calling for a wet couple of days in Toronto. Too bad. Doors Open Toronto is on this weekend and it’s a great opportunity to see Toronto’s great and interesting architecture. Check out Toronto’s web site for details. If you get yourself some good umbrellas, you should still be able to have a good time.

Check out Cinema Clock for all the latest films. If you’re not going downtown for Open Doors, you can always make a night of it at the movies. Kung Fu Panda 2 rated 78% at Rotten Tomatoes. Hangover Part II came in with 35% so don’t waste your money. Personally, I’m inclined to go for Potiche, a French film with subtitles; 83% is a pretty good rating. Seems like an artsy thing to do.

6/49: Sat, May 28, 2011: $3,500,000

Lotto 6/49: One chance in 13,983,816

Lotto Max: Fri Jun 3: $10 million (No MaxMillions)

Lotto Max: One chance in 28,633,528

All the latest winning numbers

You can visit the Lotto web site and check out all the latest winning numbers including Poker, 49, Lottario, Keno, Pick 4, Pick 3 and Payday. Of course, all the Encore numbers can be found there as well.

See you all around on the pages of Oye! Times.

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