ONTARIO, May 5, 2010 — 100% of net proceeds support heart and stroke research. With 1 in 3 Canadian deaths attributed to heart disease and stroke your help makes a lot of dreams come true.
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VANCOUVER, BC, May 5, 2010 — The 2010 Variety Lottery supports Variety — the Children’s Charity of British Columbia.
ALBERTA, May 4, 2010 — Here are the details, according to their website.
LEGACY: Lifelong Education & Growth for Artists, Community & Youth
Total number of prizes:
Total prize value reported: $78,000 (includes GST)
Total tickets available: 3,000
Price points: 1 for $100
Cut-off and Draw dates
Mercedes-Benz Grand Prize Draw on July 14, 2010.
LONDON, ON, April 6, 2010 — The DREAM LOTTERY is Ontario’s most affordable lottery … WIN so much for so little!
ALBERTA, March 13, 2010 — Proceeds from this year’s lottery will support the purchase of state-of-the-art technology for Cardiac Sciences at the Foothills Medical Centre.
March 10, 2010 — This Lottery supports senior citizens, families, and those less fortunate. It provides donations of food & meal services, specialized medical equipment, youth programs, scholarships, and home subsidies all within their community.
ONTARIO, January 29, 2010 — The Canadian Cancer Society Lottery (Ontario Division) publishes their complete searchable winners list online today.
ONTARIO, January 27, 2010 — A town resident took home the grand prize of the ninth Canadian Cancer Society Lottery in Ontario last week, one of three lucky winners in the five Eastern Counties.
SASKATOON, SK, January 27, 2010 — The 2010 Saskatoon Hospital Home Lottery launched. Their lottery features over 1,900 amazing prizes, including a $1 Million Grand Prize Showhome.
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.