One winning ticket for $23.8M Lotto 6-49 jackpot sold in Quebec

TORONTO - There is one winning ticket for the $23.8-million jackpot in Saturday night's Lotto 6-49 draw.

The ticket was sold somewhere in Quebec.

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The jackpot for the next 6-49 draw on Jan. 6 will be approximately $5-million.

The lottery's grand prize was last won Dec. 12, when a couple in Airdrie, Alberta held a ticket worth $14.5-million.



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