Since the record-breaking jackpot of prizes wasn't won on June 18, the next Lotto Max draw will be offering up a total of $140 million in prizes.

For the draw on June 22, the $70 million grand prize jackpot and 70 Maxmillions worth $1 million each are available to be won.

This is the fourth time in just a couple of weeks that the Lotto Max prize has been the highest lottery jackpot ever offered in Canadian history. Previously, total jackpots this month have included $140 million, $128 million, $120 million and $117 million.

Before this string of consecutive history-making offerings, the last time this record was broken was in October 2018.

Even though the $70 million wasn't won in the June 18 draw, 41 Maxmillions were won, so Canadians should still check their tickets.*

According to Loto-Québec, 11 winning Maxmillions tickets were sold in B.C., six in the Prairies, 15 in Ontario and nine in Quebec.

*This article has been updated.