July 12,2020

Announcing the 2020 St. Boniface Mega Million Choices Hospital Lottery!


WINNIPEG, MB, Friday, January 17, 2020 — New decade, new prizes, new homes… same great lottery!

The St. Boniface Mega Million Choices Lottery has returned for 2020 with 7 Grand Prize options, including homes in three terrific Winnipeg communities, Vancouver Island, Brandon, and a Cottage in Clear Lake area, plus $1.2 million cash.

It’s the largest cash Grand Prize in St. Boniface hospital home lottery history. And this year’s Early Bird is also the biggest ever – with 26 draws and $250,000 in prizes to win.

With homes, trips, cars, cash and more, this year’s Mega Million Choices Lottery has over 3,000 prizes up for grabs and millions to win. Not only that, but the 50/50 PLUS could get even bigger this year with a $2,000,000 max jackpot – and a Big Score PLUS extra game with 120 winners and $156,000 to win.

“Last year, Manitobans answered the call in record numbers to support St. Boniface Hospital patients and medical research – one result was the biggest 50/50 pot ($1,178,960) in the province’s history,” says Vince Barletta, president and CEO of St. Boniface Hospital Foundation. “Now, for the first time ever, we’re offering a Brandon home – including a cottage in the Clear Lake area.”

There are also two Bonus draws for everyone who buys early – the $32,000 Loyalty Bonus and the $64,000 Ultimate Bonus draws – so get yours today! Order before Midnight, Thursday – January 30th to be in for all this year’s biggest draws.

Every lottery ticket purchase helps save lives at St. Boniface Hospital – and right here in Manitoba. Lottery proceeds are instrumental in funding the hospital’s NICU, cardiac care, and palliative care areas. As well, thanks to your support, St. B. researchers can pursue challenging investigations with the potential to help people around the world live in better health.

“We can’t stress it enough,” says Barletta. “The money raised is essential to ensure patients get the best-possible care. Any of us might find our self or our family in need at St. Boniface Hospital.”

One of this year’s spokespeople, Winnipeg radio host Greg Mackling, is a personal beneficiary of the healthcare and world-class treatment at St. Boniface Hospital, made possible by the support of lottery ticket buyers like you.

“I have received personally life-changing – if not life-saving – care on campus at St. Boniface Hospital,” he said at the lottery’s launch in Bridgwater Trails on Wednesday. “I’m here on behalf of the thousands of Manitobans who, like me, have had or will have a multi-faceted relationship with St. Boniface Hospital.”

When your purchase a lottery ticket, you help the hospital provide the highest quality of care during the toughest of times.

When you say Yes to St. B, you are investing in the future of research, and helping hospital patients from labour to delivery, and in their final days in palliative care. With your purchase of a lottery ticket, you help St. Boniface Hospital Foundation purchase the latest technology and cutting-edge medical equipment for patients when they need it most. You make the difference at St. Boniface Hospital.

Tickets are 1 for $100, 2 for $175, 4 for $300, and 8 for $500. 50/50 PLUS and Big Score PLUS tickets start at 2 for $20, and must be purchased with your Mega Million Choices Lottery tickets.

Order online at
by Phone at 204-256-7203
or 1-855-256-7203
or in-person at St. Boniface Hospital Everett Atrium
or St. Boniface Hospital Foundation Office and 
Brandon Regional Health Care Foundation during normal business hours,
or at London Drugs in St. Vital Centre,
Red River Co-op Food Stores and Main St. Pharmacy,
and select Shoppers Drug Mart locations

Licence No: LGCA 1517-RF-33242, LGCA 1517-RF-33243, LGCA 1517-RF-33244

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