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The provincial government announces their $1-million dollar vaccine lottery winner

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Earlier this week, the Quebec government announced the winner of the big $1M cash prize to Williams Carrière, from Montérégie, for having been inoculated with two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

The vaccine lottery offered cash prizes for adults and two $10,000 scholarships for those aged 12-17, who have received their first dose, on top of the big $1-million dollar cash prize.

In addition, sixteen $20,000 scholarships were drawn on Sept. 3 for teens who’ve received both doses:

  • Alexis Côté from Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  • Vicky Delisle from Laval
  • Emanuel Bédard from Center-du-Québec
  • Charlie Noël from Abitibi-Témiscamingue
  • Camille Bouchard from Quebec City
  • Raphaël Blais from Center-du-Québec
  • Rose Gauthier from Montreal
  • Francis Hénault from Saguenay – Lac-Saint-Jean
  • Alexandra Audet from the Outaouais
  • Rothnisa Leav from Montreal
  • Maria-Jane Boudreau from Montreal
  • Jasmin Leclerc from Chaudière-Appalaches
  • Eric-Samuel Guillen Palacios from Montreal
  • Samuel Gagné from Chaudière-Appalaches
  • Samira Gagnon-Kilic from Quebec City
  • Auceane Malo-Gagné from Montérégie

According to CTV News, “Businesses also participated by offering prizes to winning participants, including a seven-night stay at a Cancun resort from Air Canada, Aeroplan points, a spa package at Montreal’s Bota Bota, a 90-minute round trip flight on a Bombardier jet, and 25 iPhone 12s from Fizz.”

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