A lotto Max ticket is shown in Toronto on Monday Feb. 26, 2018. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Record-breaking $65M Lotto Max prize up for grabs in Canada

It’s the biggest lottery jackpot ever available to be won in B.C.

If you’re thinking about buying a lottery ticket, now is your chance with a record-breaking $65 million up for grabs in Tuesday’s Lotto Max.

BC Lotto said the introduction of the Tuesday draw is allowing jackpots to grow more quickly.

Tickets cost $5.

ALSO READ: Lottery ticket worth $530 million sold in San Diego store


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