David Ramsay, of the Sault, won almost $582,700 in a Lotto Max draw in June 2010.
Tonight's Lotto Max jackpot is not only the biggest prize offering in Lotto Max history, but also the biggest prize offering for any single draw in Canadian history.
The win comes one day after a Lotto 6/49 ticket somewhere in the province won the $9.6 million jackpot on Wednesday.
A winning ticket of $500,000 was sold in Richmond and Pitt Meadows.
According to BCLC, someone in South Delta was one of three winners who split a Max Millions $1 million prize, taking $333,333.
Two tickets sold in the Sault Ste.
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In all, 33 tickets across Canada, 19 of them in Ontario, won Maxmillions prizes.
The winning numbers were 2, 11, 17, 18, 22, 25, 39 with bonus number 3.
The victor will have their choice of $1,000 a day for life, or $7 million.
To win the jackpot, players must match 7/7 numbers.
The Lotto jackpot is worth a life-changing €4.5 million.
For each $5 play, Lotto Max players receive three sets of seven numbers ranging from one to forty-nine.