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$70,000,000 Lotto Max jackpot finally won, split between two winners

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Toronto, ON- June 17 - The LottoMAX draw by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation hits a record 140 Million Dollars. 70 million in the main draw and 70 one million suplimentary draws. Ontario enters Step One of a three step reopening plan as COVID-19 vaccinations rise and new cases continue to fall in Toronto. June 17, 2021. (Steve Russell/Toronto Star via Getty Images)

The $70 million Lotto Max jackpot has finally been won, split between two tickets sold in Toronto and in British Columbia.

The winning numbers are: 07, 11, 22, 28, 33, 44, 49 + 10 (Bonus)

After the Tuesday evening draw, 30 of the 70 available Maxmillions prizes were won across Canada on 46 winning tickets.

Of those winning tickets, 21 were sold in Ontario. Nine $1 million prizes were won with tickets sold in Kingston, Windsor, Thunder Bay, St. Catharines, Newmarket, Richmond Hill, Thornhill, Toronto and North York.

There were also five $500,000 winning tickets sold in Grey County, Simcoe County, Mississauga, Windsor and Milton, with one winning ticket of the same value purchased on OLG.ca.

Shared Maxmillions prizes of $333,333 were sold in five regions of Ontario: Burlington, Kitchener, Sault Ste. Marie, Milton and Scarborough.

There were also six Encore prizes worth $100,000 each won on tickets sold in Thornhill, Chatham-Kent, Etobicoke, Simcoe County, Welland and Woodbridge, Ont.

Tools to stop gambling

If you're looking to take a break from gambling, self-exclusion programs can be effective tools. See here for resources that are available across Canada.

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