Loto-Quebec looking for winners of four $1M prizes
Loto-Quebec says you might be a millionaire without knowing it.
The provincially-run lottery agency says there are several winning tickets floating around out there that haven't been claimed, several weeks after the draws happened.
Four of those tickets, it says, are worth a million dollars each — purchased in Montreal (specifically in the Villeray-St. Michel-Park Ex borough), Terrebonne, Longueuil, and the Brome-Missisquoi regional county municipality.
One other prize worth $500,000, two others worth $250,000, and several others worth $100,000 are also still outstanding. (See the full list on Loto-Quebec's web site here.)
Loto-Quebec typically sends out notices when prizes over $100,000 haven't been claimed for several weeks — and it also advises ticket buyers that winners have 12 months following draws to claim their prizes.
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