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Richest pensioner with $70 million wants to help rebuild Ukraine

Richest pensioner with $70 million wants to help rebuild Ukraine

The $70 million jackpot, presented during Tuesday night’s Lotto Max draw, was won by Marcel Loser, a retiree who now has the means to realize his ambitions.

“I would like to help a businessman rebuild Ukraine,” says Mr. Loser.

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Loto-Québec said in a press release on Wednesday that the winning ticket has been purchased in Montérégie.

The ticket numbers that enriched the retiree are 06-13-17-20-28-36-44, complementing 31.

“The pressure escalated as I read the numbers,” Lussier says. “I went to tell my wife did you know I just won 70 million?”

When he learned of his win on Wednesday morning, he scrambled to find a good hiding place for his ticket. The hiding place was so good that he was afraid to forget to collect his ticket before going to the main office of Loto-Québec.

In addition to the grand prize won by Mr. Lussier, only two “Maximum Millions” of $1 million were won out of the 46 won during the same raffle. However, where to purchase these tickets has not been specified.

This is the third time that the Max Lotto jackpot has been won in Quebec, in two and a half years. This is the 39 Lotto Max prize to be won in Quebec.

“I have at least ten projects,” says the millionaire. “Each project will cost about $7 million, so after my 10 projects, I won’t have any money left.”

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Among other things, Mr. Lussier intends to open Maison Véro & Louis, a permanent residence center for autistic adults aged 21 and over.

The cruise is also part of retiree plans.