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$1,000,000An Agreement Between Brothers Pays Off

$1,000,000An Agreement Between Brothers Pays Off

Montréal, November 2, 2022 – The Laplante brothers, Pierre-Luc and Roger, who live in Montérégie and Montréal respectively, won a Maxmillions (a million dollar prize) in the October 14 Lotto Max draw. They have an agreement: they each buy their own lottery tickets and share the winnings if either of them hits the jackpot. The lucky winners intend to seize the day and do some travelling.


The winning ticket was purchased at Dépanneur Beau-Soir Candiac, located at 91 chemin Saint-François-Xavier in Candiac.


In summary

  • Lottery: Lotto Max
  • Prize: $1,000,000
  • Category: Maxmillions
  • Draw date: October 14, 2022
  • Winners’ place of residence: Montérégie and Montréal
  • Retailer: Dépanneur Beau-Soir Candiac (91 chemin Saint-François-Xavier, Candiac)

The retailer will receive a $10,000 commission, equal to 1% of the prize.


The Lotto Max jackpot is still at its peak

Reminder that in the next Lotto Max draw, slated for Friday, October 21, the prize pool will amount to approximately $133 million and will include a $70 million jackpot and an estimated XX Maxmillions.


Close to $1.5 billion in prizes

Loto-Québec has been delivering entertainment to Quebecers for over 50 years, and its operations benefit the people and the province of Québec. During the 2021–2022 year, it awarded a record amount of close to $1.5 billion in prizes to lottery winners. Major prize winners are listed on the Winners page of the Lotteries section of lotoquebec.com.


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Brian LeCompte
Public Affairs Advisor

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