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The $70M jackpot is still up for grabs though.
If you bought a Lotto Max ticket for Tuesday's draw, you'll want to check your numbers. OLG has revealed that 20 Maxmillions tickets were sold across Ontario.
Some of the $1 million tickets were sold in cities like Brampton, Willowdale, Mississauga, Halton Region and Niagara region. However, this is only the tip of the iceberg.
Someone in Burlington also woke up to a second-place ticket amounting to $490,426.40.
Encore prizes were also won, including a $1 million ticket in Toronto and a $100,000 ticket in the Kawartha Lakes area.
However, the $70 million jackpot still remains up for grabs. Friday night's draw will see a total of $140 million top prizes available.
Step two of reopening is right around the corner.
In order to enter step two, 70% of Ontarians must have had at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, and 20% must have had both doses; based on provincial data, nearly 75% of all residents have received their first dose, and almost 17% are fully vaccinated.
Step two will increase outdoor gathering and event limits to 25 people and will allow indoor gatherings of up to five. Patio dining will also be increased to six people per table, non-essential retail can operate at 25% capacity and essential retail at 50% capacity.
Meeting and event spaces, cinemas, performing arts, live music events, attractions, sports games and events will all be permitted to open outdoors.
Outdoor amusement parks and water parks can invite guests back in step two, and Canada's Wonderland has already announced its plans to reopen in the first week of July. Nail salons, hair salons, and other personal care services where masks can be worn will open back up, which means Mayor John Tory can finally get his haircut.
Finally, Ontarians will be able to attend larger indoor religious events including weddings and funerals, as well as overnight camps.
Other Ontario universities are implementing the same rules.
Ryerson University is now requiring all students living in residence during its 2021-2022 school year to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
According to the university, the requirement, which is supported by public health authorities, will help the school provide a "safe residence experience" for incoming students during the pandemic.
"This requirement is specific to students in residence because of the nature of communal living, the high volume of cases and incidence rates among young populations, and to foster a welcoming and engaging community for students on our campus," a spokesperson for Ryerson told Narcity.
All students living on-campus will be required to get at their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine at least 14 days before their move-in date.