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Someone in Canada is now a Lotto Max winner and $70 million richer because of the massive jackpot, so check your tickets!

For the draw on February 26, a winning ticket for the biggest prize offered was sold and lots of Maxmillions were won as well.

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The winning numbers are 11, 17, 19, 22, 27, 31, 40 and the bonus is 38.

Both the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation and Loto-Québec confirmed that the jackpot was won for this draw.

That's thanks to a selection sold in Ontario.

Nine Maxmillions were also won with one of those $1 million prizes being split by two ticket holders.

Five of those winning tickets were sold in Ontario, three in the Prairies, one in B.C. and one in Quebec.

The next Lotto Max jackpot is $24 million and the draw will be on March 2.

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