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September 27,2020

Canadian Cancer Society Lottery winner to donate to protect wildlife

From the Lindsay Post (http://www.thepost.ca/ArticleDisplay.aspx?e=2277976)…

LINDSAY – A Kirkfield man says a majority of $1 million he won in the Canadian Cancer Society Lottery will be donated to protect and conserve natural wildlife. Lou Probst was one of the three “mega” grand prize winners in the lottery, which was drawn on CTV on Monday, Jan. 18. That name may be familiar with some Lindsay Post readers. In 2008, Probst and his wife Judith donated more than 400 acres in the former Township of Carden to the Nature Conservancy of Canada (NHC), he also has been involved with the Carden Nature Festival.

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