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Loto-Québec looking for winners of unclaimed prizes, including $55-million jackpot

Loto-Québec looking for winners of unclaimed prizes, including $55-million jackpot
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It seems this is becoming a trend...

Once again, Loto-Québec is searching for the unclaimed winner of the Lotto Max $55 million draw from October 30.

The company reported Wednesday that the winning ticket was purchased in des Collines-de-l'Outaouais but has yet to hear from the holder.

Loto-Québec is also seeking the winners of three more prizes, one of $1 million, one of $500,000, and another of $200,000 which haven't been claimed. Those winning tickets were purchased in Gatineau, the regional municipality of Thérèse-De Blainville, Laval, the borough of Saint-Hubert in Longueuil, and Quebec City.

Ticket holders normally have twelve months from a draw date to claim their prize. If a jackpot goes unclaimed, it is redistributed to players in the form of bonus prizes and special draws.

The complete list of prize claims is on the Loto-Québec website.

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