Traffic reporter Daintre Christensen was live on location at the $2.3 million grand prize showhome in southwest Edmonton’s upscale Jagare Ridge neighbourhood, where the the winners of the other big prices were also announced throughout the morning.
Watch Below: The Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Mighty Millions Lottery draw for the choice of a 2017 Range Rover Sport, or a 2017 Jaguar F-Type or $104,000 cash.
In addition to the 5,000 square foot home backing onto Whitemud ravine and Jagare Ridge golf course, the winner will walked away with $100,000 in cash.
Watch Below: Two draws for the choice of a 2017 Toyota 4Runner or 2017 Dodge Ram 1500 Rebel, or $51,000 cash, and the choice of a 2017 Mercedes – Benz C43 or 2017 BMW X4 M or $61,000.
The home has a three-car garage, five bedrooms, a large family bonus room, rec room and an exercise room in the basement. The kitchen comes with a butler’s pantry, and the entire home is professionally decorated.
Watch Below: Our Daintre Christensen was at the Stollery Children’s Hospital Foundation’s Mighty Millions Lottery dream home, where they announced the Take 50 winner who will get over $400,000.
Proceeds from the lottery go to the Stollery Children’s Hospital. This is the foundation’s second year offering Mighty Millions with net proceeds projected to exceed $2 million.
Proceeds will fund priority projects at the Stollery Children’s Hospital such as improving equipment and upgrading unit space in the pediatric and neonatal intensive care units. The Edmonton hospital has more than 215,000 patient visits a year, with children being brought in from all over western and northern Canada.
Watch Below: Lorraine Mansbridge tours the Mighty Millions Lottery dream home.