2013 New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery Winners

NEW BRUNSWICK, November 20, 2013 — The 2013 New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery announced their winners. Here’s the information according to their site.

Nancy Swagerman the big winner.

UPDATE: FULL Winners list is now available on their site!

Nancy is the winner of the $815,000 Grand Prize show home in Rothesay, in the New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery.

The home , built by AE McKay Builders, features:

  • 2,920 sq. ft. of finished living space
  • Attached garage
  • Master bedroom on the main floor, with en suite and two walk-in closets
  • Two large bedrooms upstairs, with attached bathrooms and walk-in closets

Robert and Roxanne Harris of Hampton win the Early Bird prize – a 2014 Winnebago Minnie Winnie (or can choose $80,000 cash), and Lucille Roy of Dieppe gets her choice of a 2014 Toyota 4Runner LTD or a Lexus IS250 AWD.

Shelley Skidd on Hanwell wins more than $242,000 in the 50/50 cash prize. (The published 50/50 jackpot total is $485,005 as of the time of publication.)

All 29,000 tickets were sold before the Early Bird deadline, and so the draws began November 18 at the offices of Deloitte, and the final two Grand Prize draws took place November 20 at the Grand Prize show home and aired on CTV News at 5. Proceeds from the lottery support programs and equipment for the New Brunswick Heart Centre, Mindcare NB and the Regional Hospital.


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5 Responses to 2013 New Brunswick Hospital Home Lottery Winners

  1. D. Parke November 21, 2013 at 3:25 pm #


    Congratulations on the ticket sales for this year’s home lottery!

    This is a great way to raise funds to buy medical goods and services that the Province could not otherwise provide.

    I have a suggestion for future lottery draws that might be considered. Instead of selling tickets on a “dream home” worth in excess of $800,000., why not build two homes at $400,000 each. I would guess that most all of the winners of these “dream homes” can not afford to keep them, with annual taxes alone being in excess of $10,000. Two home draws would be more attractive especially being that the winners would more likely be able to keep them for their own use rather than have to sell because they couldn’t afford them.

    I’m guessing that the lucky “dream home” winners would love to be able to stay in these extravagant homes but realistically speaking, this type of home is out of most people’s budgets.

    Anyway, just a thought!

  2. L.Bonnar November 25, 2013 at 8:18 pm #

    Congratulations to the winners. Would like to have a copy of all the winners PLEASE.

  3. Mary Anderson December 2, 2013 at 1:44 pm #

    I also would like a full list of winners. I think it should be made available to every ticket holder anyway. Even if you don’t win – a great way to make a donation to your hospital!
    Also great idea to make grand prize of TWO homes of 400,000 each rather than one of 800,000 for the same reaons stated. You would probably sell more tickets!

  4. Edith Orasuk December 9, 2013 at 3:56 pm #

    I have been searching for the list of winners for the 2013 NB Hospital Lottery on line. You stated the list would be in the Telegraph Journal, but since I only get the Gleaner and just now realized that the draw has already taken place, I missed the opportunity for checking my numbers. I would appreciate a phone call or the list. You can reach me at (506) 452-2834. Thank you.

  5. Alice January 7, 2014 at 7:41 am #

    Please send me a complete list of winners for 2013 lottery. Thanks!