While Western Canada Lottery Corp. has not officially confirmed the winning ticket, the 15 workers who chipped in expect to share the $25 million lotto jackpot. It will work out to more than $1.6 million each, the Canadian Broadcasting Corp. reported Sunday.
One winner, Keith Gould, said he's been buying lotto tickets for years.
"Always be a believer," said Gould, who intends to pay off his home mortgage.
The CBC said another $25 million ticket was sold in British Columbia.
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