Thursday's Daily Grand jackpot was won by a ticket sold somewhere in the province, outside of Edmonton or Calgary.
Lotto Max draws are held every Friday night.
Yesterday's Lotto Max was the biggest lottery prize in Canadian history with $33 million in Max Millions alone won, split by 45 winning tickets. Marie and area won $2 million in Friday's draw. Marie, Toronto and the Sault Ste.
6 Maxmillions prizes, worth $500,000 each, were sold in the Brampton area, Richmond Hill, the Thunder Bayarea, Sault Ste.
Lottery players can check their numbers on OLG.ca or on the OLG Lottery App.
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Winning numbers could not be matched with the Sault and area ticket holders, said Tony Bitonti, senior manager, media relations, in an email.
According to the National Lottery, there was one victor of the €4.325m jackpot.
The jackpot is always capped at $60 million, but the amount of $1 million dollar prices is unlimited.
The Lotto jackpot is worth a life-changing €4.5 million.
There were also two winners of the match 5+ bonus prize, each winning €106,121.