Ontario lottery poster mounds up with the cash and other prizes
It’s the day after the big Ontario lottery, and there’s a lot of cash in the pockets of the winners.
This is what happened to two winners of the lottery in Middletown, Ont.
The money is being spread out among a group of four people who are staying at a motel.
One of them, a 27-year-old from Toronto, won $1.1 million, while the other two are $250,000 each.
That’s $9 million to the winners, but it’s a small amount compared to the millions of dollars that people around the country are making.
In the next couple of weeks, we’ll hear more about how the lottery is being run.
This year, the winning jackpot was $6.6 billion.
The winner, who was identified by his middle name, said he didn’t think about how much he was going to spend until he got home.
But after spending $1 million and having to drive back to Toronto, he said he’s not worried about the winnings.
“I’ve got a family to take care of,” he said.
This is what the winners’ accounts look like:The winners have taken to social media to explain how they got their money.
In Middleton, a town of just over 3,000 people, there are about 60 motel rooms that were used to host the winning lottery ticket.
The owner of the motel said there’s not much room left.
He said he had been working to get the rooms converted to apartments and he wasn’t sure how much money would be left.
“It’s a shame, but we’re happy,” he told CBC News.
“This is not the way it should be, but there are so many people that don’t have to worry about it.”
A spokesperson for the Middletson Lottery, which runs the lottery, said that the winner was not on hand to sign the winning ticket.
“There was no person present to sign this ticket, and the winning winner was unable to attend due to his commitments in his job,” they said in a statement.
The lottery also said that it will be contacting the winners to ask them how much they’ll be making over the next three weeks.
If you win $1M or more, the M.A.S.H. Foundation has partnered with an Ontario charity to give you $5,000 for every dollar you win.