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Ontario Man Celebrates His $3M Lotto Win By Making A Puppy A Millionaire

"Together we will have a wonderful life as millionaires."
Ontario Man Celebrates His $3M Lotto Win By Making A Puppy A Millionaire

It looks like one Ontario lottery winner is planning on spending his fortune on a new furry friend. 

Steven Kirlin, a 47-year-old chef from Burlington, Ontario, just won $3 million playing Instant Triple Millions and all he wants is a puppy to share the wealth with. 

"The one thing I want the most is a dog - I can't wait to get a puppy," he said in a news release. 

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Together we will have a wonderful life as millionaires.

Steven Kirlin

Kirlin said he decided to play the ticket at a lottery kiosk while it was raining, and something told him that he knew he was going to win at that moment. 

"When I started to reveal the games, I had a feeling it was a winner," he said.

"I put my hands on my knees and tried to take a deep breath. The clerk asked me if I was okay and I told him I just won $3 million!"

However, he's not going to spend all his winnings on material things.

Instead, he will also save the money for his retirement. 

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You can see how many people are currently on a bus.

Starting tomorrow, commuters will finally be able to avoid crowded buses with TTC apps

It was announced on Thursday that customers will be able to see how many passengers are on a vehicle in real-time by using Rocketman and Transit mobile apps.

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Ontario Man Wins Over $1M & It's His Second Time Becoming A Lotto Millionaire

"Because I’ve won before, it was not as shocking as the first time."

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A Toronto woman's decades-spanning persistence has proven that sometimes dreams really do come true.

According to the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation, a 57-year-old grandmother won $60 million last month after picking the same numbers for 20 years.

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In the video, you can hear the officer asking the interviewer if she was suggesting one side's voice is more important than the others. 

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