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Becoming a lottery winner in Ontario is a feat not achieved by most, let alone twice in one year. But a lucky resident of the Greater Toronto Area is proving that it's far from impossible.

According to OLG, Mississauga local Jeffery Gurczenski won a whopping $150,000 after hitting big on a game of Bigger Spin Instant.

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A 25-year-old Lotto Max winner is saying goodbye to his money woes, at least for a little while, after scoring a second-place prize worth $105,716.70 in the October 11, 2022, draw.

Markham resident Bohan Ye opened up about his "first major win" while collecting his winnings at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.

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A Lotto Max winner in Ontario brought a tear to his mother's eye after telling her their lives had changed forever.

According to OLG, Leamington resident Michel Kassas won a Maxmillions prize worth $1 million in the October 7, 2022, Lotto Max draw. Oh, as if that wasn't lucky enough, he also won $2 on his Encore, so technically, he won $1,000,002.

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As it turns out, not every email telling people they're the next "Lotto Max winner in Ontario" is just sketchy spam.

According to OLG, Richmond Hill resident Bin Bin Liu became $1 million richer after winning a Maxmillions prize in the September 9, 2022, Lotto Max draw.

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A lottery winner in Ontario went above and beyond to check the legitimacy of his ticket after winning $1 million in the September 17, 2022, Lotto 6/49 Gold Ball Draw.

Richmond Hill resident Alton Johnson, a regular lottery player, admitted he's been waiting a long time to hit big while collecting his winnings at the OLG Prize Centre in Toronto.

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