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Toronto (May 1, 2007) - The Princess Margaret Hospital Foundation is pleased to announce the top prize winners in The Princess Margaret Hospital Home Lottery 2007 for Cancer Research. All tickets were sold prior to the Early Bird Ticket Sales Deadline and all 34,509 prize draws have now been completed.
The Early Bird Winner & the 10 Grand PrizeShowhomewinners will be gathered today at 2:30pm (Wednesday, May 2nd, 2007), at the largest Grand Prize home located at 65 Parr Place, Thornhill.
They will be presented with their letter of congratulations and instructions regarding claiming their prize. Needless to say, the winners have been shocked, ecstatic, joyous, and in varying states of excitement and disbelief - a very exciting opportunity to meet today's luckiest people. All media are invited.
The winner of the Early Bird Prize is:
Major prize winners will be listed in next Thursday, May 10th, 2007 edition of the Toronto Star and a complete list of all 34,509 prize winners will be posted on the lottery website at
helpconquercancer.ca. All winners will be contacted in writing by the professional services firm of Bearingpoint as to what they have won and how to claim their prize. Lotterylic.# p061888
Phone: 416 340 4636