Gananoque man shares in $1 million lottery prize

In this Saturday, Sept. 17, 2016 photo provided by OLG, William Pugh of Etobicoke, Ont. and Morris Cifani of Gananoque won $1 million on a Lotto Max ticket. (OLG via Newswatch Group)

TORONTO – A Gananoque man has shared in a $1 million lottery prize.

Morris Cifani and William Pugh of Etobicoke, Ont. won a Max Millions prize on their Aug. 12, 2016 Lotto Max ticket.

While both men are referred to as being from Etobicoke, Cefani is mentioned separately in an OLG news release as being from Gananoque.

The Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation did not have any more details on the win.

According to his Linkedin profile, Cifani is a sales and marketing specialist with Havana Castle Cigars and a former franchise owner for Discount Car & Truck Rentals.

The winning ticket was bought at a convenience store in Mississauga.

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