Southwestern Ontario Residents One Step Closer to Collecting Lottery Prize

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Prize Claim Subject to Insider Win Process

TORONTO, Sept. 17, 2021 /CNW/ - A group of 16 from southwestern Ontario is one step closer to claiming a lottery win of $1 million MAXMILLIONS prize from the LOTTO MAX draw on June 22, 2021.

The members of the group are:

Steven Todesco of Tecumseh
Allan Beharrell of Chatham
Aurel McFadden of Windsor
Brett Lajoie of Maidstone
Brian Wilton of Windsor
Christopher Kaake of Windsor
David Nantais of Windsor
Dil Deuja of Windsor
Dylan Krahn of Kingsville
Gene Anger of Windsor
Jari Laasanen of Windsor
Jesse Reid of Windsor
John Dunn of Windsor
Laith Joseph of Windsor
Marc-Andre Chartier of Windsor
Thomas Casterson of Windsor

As Laith's brother is an employee of an authorized OLG retailer, this prize falls within OLG's definition of an Insider Win.

As of today's date, the claimants have completed the first step of a two-step Insider Win process, which included enhanced scrutiny of the prize claim.

To complete the prize claim, the prize will be held for a 30-day waiting period as part of OLG's Insider Win process, in order for OLG to publicize the win. If there are no additional claims on this prize it will be paid to the claimants on October 17, 2021.

If the pay date falls on a day that is not a business day, then the following business day shall be deemed to be the pay date.

The ticket was purchased at Mac's on Jefferson Boulevard in Windsor.

For more information, please visit Claiming Prizes for Insiders on

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