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It's the biggest one in Canadian history.
Only the January, 2016, jackpot of $1.56 billion was larger than this one.
The BC Lottery Corporation's big schmooze-and-booze conference should have taxpayers, who pick up the tab, singing the blues. BCLC lost $208,642 on its 2016 New Horizons in Responsible Gaming conference. The conference attracted only 85 paid registrants.
The Super Bowl and the Oscars are just around the corner. Offices and organizations nationwide are going to be putting out the call to have colleagues, friends and family members make their picks. So, if you're curious about how the Canada Revenue Agency views the tax implications of prizes and winnings, here's a quick refresher.
OLG has locked workers out of four sites in the last four months of 2015 -- in Brantford, Sudbury, Woodbine/Toronto (all since ended) and most recently Rideau-Carleton/Ottawa. Management locked out 124 of its workers after they rejected what any reasonable observer would conclude was a very lousy offer.
A pipe dream is only impossible until it becomes reality. What would you do if you unexpectedly won the lottery? Maybe you'd
And many of them give a portion the majority of their winnings to charity. Fact: Degrees and diplomas are magic. They cover
Let’s be honest; there’s enough bad news in the world today. So why not balance out all that negativity with some real-life
So you’re dreaming about winning the lottery: What type of winner would you be? Are you going to swim in a pool of gold coins
Someone who bought a lotto ticket in Langley, B.C. is very, very rich — if he or she figures it out. A winning Lotto Max