Tickets now on sale for the Princess Margaret Home Lottery
The Fall 2021 Princess Margaret Home Lottery is now underway. By buying a ticket, not only are you supporting ground-breaking research at Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, but there is also the chance to win one or more of the 40,000 prices valued at over $21.3 million.
Ramona Oss, VP of Lotteries with the Princess Margaret Cancer joined Jason and Carey to tell us about some of the top prizes, including homes right here in Blue Mountain and Muskoka.
This year's top prizes include:
$6.6 Million Grand Prize (Oakville Showhome, Jaguar I-PACE, $1 Million Cash),
the $3.1 Million Toronto Grand Prize,
the $1.3 Million Niagara-On-The-Lake Grand Prize
the $1.3 Million Blue Mountain Grand Prize
the $2.1 Million Early Bird Prize, plus the latest vehicles, vacations, and so much more.
More information on prizes, the research the lottery supports, and to buy a ticket - check out PrincessMargaretLotto.com or call 1-866-631-1234
Susan Hill of Orillia is celebrating after winning a $100,000 top prize with INSTANT BOOM MULTIPLIER!
A 59-year-old married mother of 10 won the second prize on the Lotto 6/49 draw on August 7th, picking up a cheque for more than $75k from the OLG office. Find out where she bought it and how she plans to spend it at the link.
The Nottawasaga Valley Conservation Authority (NVCA) provides grants to help landowners plant between 100,000 to 250,000 trees to help restore the Nottawasaga Watershed. They are looking for interested landowners and volunteers to help plant trees next spring. Details at the link.
The Town of Penetanguishene and Town of Midland Fire Departments will be conducting stimulation training activities utilizing the empty building at 51 Dunlop Street, the former Penetanguishene Secondary School.
The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit (SMDHU) is holding many one-day pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinics throughout the community during the week of September 13 - 19. Individuals looking to receive their first or second dose may attend a clinic on a walk-in basis. Details at the link.
On November 1, 2021 simcoe County will implement the new automated cart waste collection program, and with the introduction of the new wheeled carts, garbage days will change for the majority of county residents. Details below. Note: the changes do not impact the city's of Barrie or Orillia.
The Township of Tiny Lymantria dispar dispar LDD (Gypsy Moth) 2022 Program Survey is now available to obtain public feedback on the impact of the LDD and consideration of a 2022 Bacillus thuringiensis var. kurstaki (BTK) program
The Penetanguishene Centennial Museum & Archives is hosting Unmasking Influenza, a travelling exhibition that looks at the lasting impact of the influenza pandemic in Canada — and asks if we’re prepared for the next one