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Canada Daily Grand Lotto Result for Monday, September 13, 2021

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Daily Grand Lotto

Here is the Canada Daily Grand Lotto result for Monday, September 13, 2021.

Monday | 13 September 2021
01-17-23-38-43 + 02

Daily Grand is one of three national lottery games played across Canada.

Draws take place twice weekly on Mondays and Thursdays at 19:30 Pacific Time (22:30 EAT). Ticket sales close just before the draw is made and resume immediately afterwards.

Tickets cost CAD 3.00.

To enter, choose five numbers between 1 and 49 and a Grand Number between 1 and 7, with Quick Pick available for players who prefer randomly generated numbers.

Players can enter Daily Grand using the same numbers for up to a year in advance, or subscribe to never miss a draw.

Also called Encore, the Extra game is available for a further CAD 1.00, with players receiving a seven-digit number at random. Matching all seven digits in order wins the CAD 1 million jackpot, with secondary prizes being awarded to players who match the last two to six digits.

Daily Grand has a fixed jackpot of CAD 1,000 per day for life for individual winners; however, if there are multiple winners, a jackpot pool of CAD 7 million is shared and paid out as equal cash lump sums.

The second prize is CAD 25,000 per year for life, with multiple second prize winners sharing CAD 50,000 instead.

In other lotteries with a similar format, ‘for life’ is usually around 20 years. However, in Daily Grand, this literally means for life! As such, players can identify a beneficiary who will continue to be paid if less than 20 years of payments have been received, with winners who live longer than this continuing to receive regular amounts!

 

Lotto Max Result for Friday September 10, 2021

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Lotto Max

Here is the Canada Lotto Max result / winning numbers for Friday, September 10, 2021 based on the official draw.

Friday | 10 September 2021
[ 11-28-38-40-43-45-48 + 33 ]

Lotto Max is one of three popular national lottery games played in Canada.

Entry to Lotto Max costs CAD 5.00, which grants players three entries into the draw. There are two Lotto Max draws per week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 19:30 Pacific Time/22:30 Eastern Time.

To enter Lotto Max, choose seven numbers between 1 and 50. Players can also choose the Quick Pick option to generate seven numbers at random. After making a selection or going for Quick Pick, tickets automatically receive two additional Quick Picks, for a total of three entries.

Players can also enter the Extra game for an additional CAD 1.00. Extra players are allocated four randomly generated numbers between 1 and 99. Players win the CAD 500,000 jackpot by matching all four numbers.

When the Lotto Max jackpot reaches CAD 50 million, tickets are automatically entered into another draw called MaxMillions.

MaxMillions players can win several CAD 1 million prizes!

Jackpot
Lotto Max guarantees a minimum jackpot of CAD 10 million.

There is a jackpot cap of CAD 70 million, but no rollover cap. Once Lotto Max reaches its jackpot cap, the prize fund rolls down to lower prize tiers. Players matching five, six, or six numbers plus the bonus ball, can win even more significant prizes than usual.

The maximum jackpot has been won on two occasions, on January 7, 2020, and February 25, 2020.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Lotto Max jackpot are 1 in 33,294,800.

These odds compare well to other lotteries around the world. However, they are not as attractive as Lotto 6/49, another Canadian national lottery that sometimes offers similar jackpot amounts.

Payout and Taxes
Prizes won in Canadian lotteries are tax free, but players entering from abroad should check if tax applies in their home country.

Prizes are paid as lump sums only.

Who Can Play Lotto Max?
Players can buy Lotto Max tickets from authorized retailers across Canada. Lotto Max is open to players of at least 18 years of age.

Players in Canada and around the world can also play Lotto Max online.

History of Lotto Max
Lotto Max launched in 2009, replacing the Lotto Super 7 game. The Lotto Max jackpot cap was CAD 60 million until 2019.

Lotto Max Result for Tuesday September 7, 2021

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Lotto Max

Here is the Canada Lotto Max result / winning numbers for Tuesday, September 7, 2021 based on the official draw.

Tuesday | 7 September 2021
[ 05-08-31-36-41-42-43 + 39 ]

Lotto Max is one of three popular national lottery games played in Canada.

Entry to Lotto Max costs CAD 5.00, which grants players three entries into the draw. There are two Lotto Max draws per week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 19:30 Pacific Time/22:30 Eastern Time.

To enter Lotto Max, choose seven numbers between 1 and 50. Players can also choose the Quick Pick option to generate seven numbers at random. After making a selection or going for Quick Pick, tickets automatically receive two additional Quick Picks, for a total of three entries.

Players can also enter the Extra game for an additional CAD 1.00. Extra players are allocated four randomly generated numbers between 1 and 99. Players win the CAD 500,000 jackpot by matching all four numbers.

When the Lotto Max jackpot reaches CAD 50 million, tickets are automatically entered into another draw called MaxMillions.

MaxMillions players can win several CAD 1 million prizes!

Jackpot
Lotto Max guarantees a minimum jackpot of CAD 10 million.

There is a jackpot cap of CAD 70 million, but no rollover cap. Once Lotto Max reaches its jackpot cap, the prize fund rolls down to lower prize tiers. Players matching five, six, or six numbers plus the bonus ball, can win even more significant prizes than usual.

The maximum jackpot has been won on two occasions, on January 7, 2020, and February 25, 2020.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Lotto Max jackpot are 1 in 33,294,800.

These odds compare well to other lotteries around the world. However, they are not as attractive as Lotto 6/49, another Canadian national lottery that sometimes offers similar jackpot amounts.

Payout and Taxes
Prizes won in Canadian lotteries are tax free, but players entering from abroad should check if tax applies in their home country.

Prizes are paid as lump sums only.

Who Can Play Lotto Max?
Players can buy Lotto Max tickets from authorized retailers across Canada. Lotto Max is open to players of at least 18 years of age.

Players in Canada and around the world can also play Lotto Max online.

History of Lotto Max
Lotto Max launched in 2009, replacing the Lotto Super 7 game. The Lotto Max jackpot cap was CAD 60 million until 2019.

Canada Lotto 6/49 Result for September 4, 2021 Saturday

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Canada Lotto 6/49 Result

Here is the Canada Lotto 6/49 result / winning numbers for Saturday, September 4, 2021 based on the official draw tonight.

Canada Lotto 6/49 draws are held every Wednesday and Saturday. Lotto 6/49 tickets are sold until 10:30PM (Eastern Time) on draw nights. Tonight’s estimated jackpot prize is $5 million. Good luck!

Saturday | 4 September 2021
[ 6-13-18-19-29-49 + 2 ]

 

Lotto 6/49 is one of three popular national lottery games played in Canada.

Lotto 6/49 tickets cost CAD 3.00. Draws take place twice a week on Wednesday and Saturday evenings at 19:30 Pacific Time/22:30 Eastern Time.

Players enter Lotto 6/49 by choosing six numbers between 1 and 49, as well as choosing a random bonus number that is printed onto the ticket. There is also the Quick Pick option to automatically generate six numbers and the bonus number.

Buying a Lotto 6/49 ticket also enters players into the GUARANTEED CAD 1 million prize draw. A 10-digit number is printed onto each ticket, which will win the jackpot if it matches.

Players can also enter the Extra draw for CAD 1.00. This is an additional draw using numbers from 1 to 99. Players can win CAD 500,000 by choosing and matching four numbers.

Payout and Taxes

Players have one year to claim their winnings for any prize category of Lotto 6/49, with all prize payouts being paid as a single lump sum.

Prizes won playing Lotto 6/49 are not subject to taxation in Canada, but remember to check local tax laws if you play Lotto 6/49 online.

Who Can Play Lotto 6/49?

Lotto 6/49 is a national lottery, with tickets available from authorized retailers across Canada. You must be at least 18 years of age to buy a ticket.

Lottery enthusiasts around the world can play Lotto 6/49 online.

History of Lotto 6/49

Lotto 6/49 was launched on June 12, 1982. It was the first Canadian lottery game that allowed players to choose their own numbers.

Canada Pick 3 Lotto Result for Thursday, September 2, 2021

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Canada Pick 3 Lotto

Here are the Canada Pick 3 Lotto Result / Winning Numbers for Thursday, September 2, 2021 based on official middday and evening draws today. Pick 3 is a popular lottery game played in Ontario.

September 2, 2021
Midday: 7-7-5 | Evening: 704

Draws are held twice daily, with the first draw taking place at 14:00 local time and the second at 22:30. Pick 3 tickets are on sale throughout the day, with those purchased before 14:00 automatically being entered into the first draw. Players who wish to participate in the later game must buy tickets between 14:00 and 22:00, or buy an Advance Play ticket beforehand to cover both.

CAD 1.00, CAD 2.00, CAD 5.00 and CAD 10.00 tickets are available, with this wager determining the value of prizes but not influencing the odds or the available prize tiers.

To play, choose three numbers from 0 to 9, and becauseeach number is chosen independently, the same number can be picked two or three times. Quick Pick is also available for randomly generated numbers.

Pick 3 can be played as a Straight Play or a Box Play game. In Straight Play, players are limited to the jackpot by matching all three digits in the order drawn, while Box Play unlocks additional prize tiers.

The Encore game costs an additional CAD 1.00, with players getting a random seven-digit number printed on their ticket for a chance to win the CAD 1 million jackpot by matching all seven digits in the order drawn, with 21 secondary prize tiers also being available.

Jackpot
Pick 3 does not advertise a specific jackpot amount; instead, the jackpot and secondary prizes are determined by the volume of ticket sales for each draw and the amount wagered.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Pick 3 jackpot are 1 in 1,000.

Players can win at three different prize tiers, but must choose Box Play to be eligible for secondary prizes.

Payout and Taxes
Players have up to one year to claim prizes, which are paid out as tax-free lump sums only.

Who Can Play Pick 3 Ontario?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to buy Pick 3 tickets from lottery retailers across Ontario, and while the lottery operator has a website and mobile app, these platforms do not sell tickets.

Pick 3 Ontario is not available elsewhere in Canada or to players from overseas; however, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation operates a game of the same name for players in its own provinces.

History of Pick 3 Ontario
Launched on January 16, 1989, Pick 3 is operated by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission. This was initially a once-daily game, with the second draw added on June 5, 2012.

Canada Pick 4 Lotto Result for Thursday, September 2

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Here are the Pick4 Lotto results for Thursday, September 2, 2021, based on the official midday and evening draws:

Thursday, September 2, 2021
Middday: 6-6-3-7 | Evening: 8-7-0-7

Pick 4 is a popular lottery game played in Ontario, with draws held twice a day.

A midday draw is held at 14:00 local time, followed by an evening draw at 22:30. Tickets are available all day, although tickets purchased before 14:00 are eligible for the midday draw only, with players needing to buy tickets for the evening draw separately, or an Advance Play ticket if they wish to cover both.

Pick 4 tickets cost CAD 1.00.

Four numbers from 0 to 9 must be chosen, with it possible to choose the same four numbers if you wish due to each number being selected independently. Quick Pick is available for randomly generated numbers.

Players must choose between Straight Play or Box Play. Straight Play only wins by matching all four digits in the order drawn, whereas Box Play opens up the possibility of winning additional tier-based prizes.

Encore can be added for an additional CAD 1.00, with players receiving a random seven-digit number on their ticket for a chance to win the CAD 1 million jackpot by matching all numbers in order. Encore has 21 prize tiers on top of the jackpot!

Jackpot
Pick 4 has a fixed jackpot of CAD 5,000.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Pick 4 jackpot are 1 in 10,000.

Prizes are available at five different tiers, but to unlock them, players must choose Box Play rather than Straight Play when purchasing a ticket.

Payout and Taxes
Players have up to one year to claim Pick 4 winnings.

Prizes are paid out as tax-free lump sums.

Who Can Play Pick 4 Ontario?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to enter Pick 4.

Tickets are on sale at lottery retailers across Ontario, and while the lottery operator has a website and mobile app, these platforms are for information purposes only.

Pick 4 in Ontario is not available to players elsewhere in Canada or from overseas; however, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation runs a game of the same name and of a similar format in its own provinces.

History of Pick 4 Ontario
Launched on February 4, 2006, Pick 4 is operated by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission. Originally a once-daily game, a second draw was added on June 5, 2012.

Canada Pick 3 Lotto Result for Tuesday, August 31, 2021

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Canada Pick 3 Lotto

Here are the Canada Pick 3 Lotto Result / Winning Numbers for Tuesday, August 31, 2021 based on official middday and evening draws today. Pick 3 is a popular lottery game played in Ontario.

August 31, 2021
Midday: 5-9-4 | Evening: 0-8-2

Draws are held twice daily, with the first draw taking place at 14:00 local time and the second at 22:30. Pick 3 tickets are on sale throughout the day, with those purchased before 14:00 automatically being entered into the first draw. Players who wish to participate in the later game must buy tickets between 14:00 and 22:00, or buy an Advance Play ticket beforehand to cover both.

CAD 1.00, CAD 2.00, CAD 5.00 and CAD 10.00 tickets are available, with this wager determining the value of prizes but not influencing the odds or the available prize tiers.

To play, choose three numbers from 0 to 9, and becauseeach number is chosen independently, the same number can be picked two or three times. Quick Pick is also available for randomly generated numbers.

Pick 3 can be played as a Straight Play or a Box Play game. In Straight Play, players are limited to the jackpot by matching all three digits in the order drawn, while Box Play unlocks additional prize tiers.

The Encore game costs an additional CAD 1.00, with players getting a random seven-digit number printed on their ticket for a chance to win the CAD 1 million jackpot by matching all seven digits in the order drawn, with 21 secondary prize tiers also being available.

Jackpot
Pick 3 does not advertise a specific jackpot amount; instead, the jackpot and secondary prizes are determined by the volume of ticket sales for each draw and the amount wagered.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Pick 3 jackpot are 1 in 1,000.

Players can win at three different prize tiers, but must choose Box Play to be eligible for secondary prizes.

Payout and Taxes
Players have up to one year to claim prizes, which are paid out as tax-free lump sums only.

Who Can Play Pick 3 Ontario?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to buy Pick 3 tickets from lottery retailers across Ontario, and while the lottery operator has a website and mobile app, these platforms do not sell tickets.

Pick 3 Ontario is not available elsewhere in Canada or to players from overseas; however, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation operates a game of the same name for players in its own provinces.

History of Pick 3 Ontario
Launched on January 16, 1989, Pick 3 is operated by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission. This was initially a once-daily game, with the second draw added on June 5, 2012.

 

Canada Pick 4 Lotto Result for Tuesday, August 31

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Here are the Pick4 Lotto results for Tuesday, August 31, 2021, based on the official midday and evening draws:

Tuesday, August 31, 2021
Middday: 7-7-3-4 | Evening: 7-4-0-0

Pick 4 is a popular lottery game played in Ontario, with draws held twice a day.

A midday draw is held at 14:00 local time, followed by an evening draw at 22:30. Tickets are available all day, although tickets purchased before 14:00 are eligible for the midday draw only, with players needing to buy tickets for the evening draw separately, or an Advance Play ticket if they wish to cover both.

Pick 4 tickets cost CAD 1.00.

Four numbers from 0 to 9 must be chosen, with it possible to choose the same four numbers if you wish due to each number being selected independently. Quick Pick is available for randomly generated numbers.

Players must choose between Straight Play or Box Play. Straight Play only wins by matching all four digits in the order drawn, whereas Box Play opens up the possibility of winning additional tier-based prizes.

Encore can be added for an additional CAD 1.00, with players receiving a random seven-digit number on their ticket for a chance to win the CAD 1 million jackpot by matching all numbers in order. Encore has 21 prize tiers on top of the jackpot!

Jackpot
Pick 4 has a fixed jackpot of CAD 5,000.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Pick 4 jackpot are 1 in 10,000.

Prizes are available at five different tiers, but to unlock them, players must choose Box Play rather than Straight Play when purchasing a ticket.

Payout and Taxes
Players have up to one year to claim Pick 4 winnings.

Prizes are paid out as tax-free lump sums.

Who Can Play Pick 4 Ontario?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to enter Pick 4.

Tickets are on sale at lottery retailers across Ontario, and while the lottery operator has a website and mobile app, these platforms are for information purposes only.

Pick 4 in Ontario is not available to players elsewhere in Canada or from overseas; however, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation runs a game of the same name and of a similar format in its own provinces.

History of Pick 4 Ontario
Launched on February 4, 2006, Pick 4 is operated by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission. Originally a once-daily game, a second draw was added on June 5, 2012.

Lotto Max Result for Tuesday August 31, 2021

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Lotto Max

Here is the Canada Lotto Max result / winning numbers for Tuesday, August 31, 2021 based on the official draw.

Tuesday | 31 August 2021
[ 3-11-23-26-31-42-50 + 24 ]

Lotto Max is one of three popular national lottery games played in Canada.

Entry to Lotto Max costs CAD 5.00, which grants players three entries into the draw. There are two Lotto Max draws per week on Tuesday and Friday evenings at 19:30 Pacific Time/22:30 Eastern Time.

To enter Lotto Max, choose seven numbers between 1 and 50. Players can also choose the Quick Pick option to generate seven numbers at random. After making a selection or going for Quick Pick, tickets automatically receive two additional Quick Picks, for a total of three entries.

Players can also enter the Extra game for an additional CAD 1.00. Extra players are allocated four randomly generated numbers between 1 and 99. Players win the CAD 500,000 jackpot by matching all four numbers.

When the Lotto Max jackpot reaches CAD 50 million, tickets are automatically entered into another draw called MaxMillions.

MaxMillions players can win several CAD 1 million prizes!

Jackpot
Lotto Max guarantees a minimum jackpot of CAD 10 million.

There is a jackpot cap of CAD 70 million, but no rollover cap. Once Lotto Max reaches its jackpot cap, the prize fund rolls down to lower prize tiers. Players matching five, six, or six numbers plus the bonus ball, can win even more significant prizes than usual.

The maximum jackpot has been won on two occasions, on January 7, 2020, and February 25, 2020.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Lotto Max jackpot are 1 in 33,294,800.

These odds compare well to other lotteries around the world. However, they are not as attractive as Lotto 6/49, another Canadian national lottery that sometimes offers similar jackpot amounts.

Payout and Taxes
Prizes won in Canadian lotteries are tax free, but players entering from abroad should check if tax applies in their home country.

Prizes are paid as lump sums only.

Who Can Play Lotto Max?
Players can buy Lotto Max tickets from authorized retailers across Canada. Lotto Max is open to players of at least 18 years of age.

Players in Canada and around the world can also play Lotto Max online.

History of Lotto Max
Lotto Max launched in 2009, replacing the Lotto Super 7 game. The Lotto Max jackpot cap was CAD 60 million until 2019.

Canada Pick 4 Lotto Result for Sunday, August 29

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Here are the Pick4 Lotto results for Saturday, August 28, 2021, based on the official midday and evening draws:

Sunday, August 29, 2021
Middday: 5-4-7-5 | Evening:  5-2-9-4

Pick 4 is a popular lottery game played in Ontario, with draws held twice a day.

A midday draw is held at 14:00 local time, followed by an evening draw at 22:30. Tickets are available all day, although tickets purchased before 14:00 are eligible for the midday draw only, with players needing to buy tickets for the evening draw separately, or an Advance Play ticket if they wish to cover both.

Pick 4 tickets cost CAD 1.00.

Four numbers from 0 to 9 must be chosen, with it possible to choose the same four numbers if you wish due to each number being selected independently. Quick Pick is available for randomly generated numbers.

Players must choose between Straight Play or Box Play. Straight Play only wins by matching all four digits in the order drawn, whereas Box Play opens up the possibility of winning additional tier-based prizes.

Encore can be added for an additional CAD 1.00, with players receiving a random seven-digit number on their ticket for a chance to win the CAD 1 million jackpot by matching all numbers in order. Encore has 21 prize tiers on top of the jackpot!

Jackpot
Pick 4 has a fixed jackpot of CAD 5,000.

Odds and Prizes
The odds of winning the Pick 4 jackpot are 1 in 10,000.

Prizes are available at five different tiers, but to unlock them, players must choose Box Play rather than Straight Play when purchasing a ticket.

Payout and Taxes
Players have up to one year to claim Pick 4 winnings.

Prizes are paid out as tax-free lump sums.

Who Can Play Pick 4 Ontario?
Players must be at least 18 years of age to enter Pick 4.

Tickets are on sale at lottery retailers across Ontario, and while the lottery operator has a website and mobile app, these platforms are for information purposes only.

Pick 4 in Ontario is not available to players elsewhere in Canada or from overseas; however, the Western Canada Lottery Corporation runs a game of the same name and of a similar format in its own provinces.

History of Pick 4 Ontario
Launched on February 4, 2006, Pick 4 is operated by the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Commission. Originally a once-daily game, a second draw was added on June 5, 2012.