The Max Millions lottery jackpot remains unclaimed after a draw that saw several $1 million tickets drawn around Ontario.
Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) said the $70 million jackpot had not been claimed.
However, five tickets worth $1 million each were sold across Ontario, predominantly in the Greater Toronto Hamilton Area.
Winning tickets were sold in Toronto, York Region, Hamilton, Milton and Renfrew County.
Two tickets worth $500,000 were also sold — one in London and another in Scarborough, OLG said.
Three Encore tickets, worth $100,000 each, were chosen in Friday’s draw. One was in Price Edward Hastings County, one in Sault Ste. Marie and the third in Toronto.
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