Lottery tickets worth $5-million-plus drawn for Toronto, Mississauga players

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Two winning lottery tickets worth a total of $5 million from Wednesday’s Lotto 6/49 draw were sold in Toronto and Mississauga.

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (OLG) said winning tickets sold in Mississauga and Toronto in Wednesday’s draw were worth $2.5 million each.

Another ticket — an Encore prize — sold in Toronto was worth $100,000, according to OLG.

Read more: ‘New, bigger’ Lotto 6/49 launching next week will have 2 multi-million-dollar jackpots each draw

OLG revamped Lotto 6/49 in September, launching two multi-million-dollar jackpots for each draw. Tickets cost $3 to play.

The next Lotto 6/49 draw is on Dec. 31.

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