$500,000 Lotto Max prize sold in Fort Nelson, B.C.

The jackpot of $26.6 million was won in Quebec

A Lotto Max ticket purchased in Fort Nelson, B.C. has won $500,000.

The ticket matched all four numbers on the extra in Friday’s Lotto Max draw. The winning extra numbers are 13, 48, 50 and 96.

The draw prize of $26.6 million was won in Quebec, where a ticket matched all seven numbers: 2, 6, 13, 19, 21, 32, 40 and a bonus of 12.

READ MORE: Woman bought winning $50,000 lotto ticket with stolen credit card, police say

The next draw date is Feb. 8, with a jackpot of about $10 million.


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