Source: Basem Boshra, montreal.ctvnews.ca, February 27, 2020
The store where the ticket was bought will receive a $700,000 commission (one-per-cent of the prize) for having sold the winning ticket.
MONTREAL — A 22-year-old worker at an IGA grocery store in a suburb of Quebec City won Tuesday’s record-tying $70-million Lotto Max jackpot.
While Loto-Quebec would not confirm the identity of the the winner, people who know the young man confirmed to CTV News that the grocery bagger checked the winning ticket Wednesday morning at the IGA Extra in the Saint-Romuald district of Levis, on the south shore of Quebec City, where he works.
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