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Ontario Lottery Ticket Worth Over $5 Million Won Last Night & It's Still Unclaimed

An Ontario lottery ticket worth over $5 million went unclaimed last night, so it's time to start checking your pockets!

According to OLG, the October 6, 2021, Lotto 6/49 draw, which was worth $11,580,839, saw two winners claiming $5,790,419.90 each.

The first ticket was sold in Ottawa and the other was in Western Canada.

At least three other winning tickets were drawn in the province including two second-place prizes worth $107,477.30 which were sold in Brampton and Oshawa.

One Encore ticket worth $100,000 was also won in Middlesex County.

It was reported last month that there were around 55 huge unclaimed lotto prizes floating around Ontario, so make sure to double-check your numbers!

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