MBN

NEWS

Lotto Max winner: $70-million Lotto Max winning ticket sold to someone in Ot...

NHL: Markstrom traded to Devils by Flames for 1st-round dra...
Published Time: 01.06.2024 - 13:14:57 Modified Time: 01.06.2024 - 13:14:57

There were four Maxmillions winning tickets worth $1 million won on Friday night including one in Etobicoke and the Cornwall area. An encore ticket worth $100,000 was also sold to someone in Mississauga. Lotto Max winner



By John Marchesan

Friday night’s winning numbers were: 01, 04, 18, 19, 23, 28, and 29. The bonus number was 43.

The last two $70 million Lotto Max winning tickets were also sold in Ontario, one in the Kawartha Lakes area back in February and one in Toronto back in April.

There were four Maxmillions winning tickets worth $1 million won on Friday night including one in Etobicoke and the Cornwall area. An encore ticket worth $100,000 was also sold to someone in Mississauga.

All of the winning numbers in Friday’s draw can be found here.

Friends and family members were on hand Saturday morning as an east-end parkette was formally renamed to honour a Leslieville mother of two killed last July by a stray bullet. Caroline Huebner-Makurat...


Three were injured following a crash that derailed a TTC streetcar near St. Lawrence Market on Saturday morning. Police say the vehicle and streetcar collided just after 9:30 a.m. at the intersection...


Live Nation is investigating a data breach at its Ticketmaster subsidiary, which dominates ticketing for live events in the United States. Live Nation, based in Beverly Hills, California,...


Israel’s prime minister on Saturday called a permanent cease-fire in Gaza a “nonstarter” until long-standing conditions for the ending the war are met, appearing to undermine a proposal that U.S....

updated


Friends and family members were on hand Saturday morning as an east-end parkette was formally renamed to honour a Leslieville mother of two killed last July by a stray bullet. Caroline Huebner-Makurat...


Three were injured following a crash that derailed a TTC streetcar near St. Lawrence Market on Saturday morning. Police say the vehicle and streetcar collided just after 9:30 a.m. at the intersection...


Live Nation is investigating a data breach at its Ticketmaster subsidiary, which dominates ticketing for live events in the United States. Live Nation, based in Beverly Hills, California,...


Israel’s prime minister on Saturday called a permanent cease-fire in Gaza a “nonstarter” until long-standing conditions for the ending the war are met, appearing to undermine a proposal that U.S....

updated


The city of Toronto officially kicked off Pride month with its annual Progress Pride flag raising ceremony. As Jazan Grewal reports, Mayor Olivia Chow and members of Pride Toronto were in attendance at City Hall to honour the 2SLGBTQI+ community.


CityNews recently toured Mount Dennis station. Along with several TTC bus routes, GO Transit and UP Express trains will eventually stop at the station. It will also be the initial western terminus of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT when it opens.


While temperatures will be in the mid-20's, rain is in the upcoming forecast in the GTA and surrounding areas.


For half a century, Toronto's Harbourfront Centre has been a cultural hub of arts and music, bringing together on the waterfront to celebrate the diversity of the city. Dilshad Burman with how they're marking their 50th anniversary.



NEWS