Michigan lottery winners will be awarded $25 million prize

A pair of lottery winners in the United States and Canada have been announced as the winners of a $25-million jackpot that will help defray the costs of their lottery tickets.

The winner of the lottery in Manitoba, Alain Bouchette, and Alexandre Dumont, a former Ontario hockey player who now plays for the Edmonton Oilers, will be the second-highest-earning lottery winner in the history of Canada.

The money will go to the two men who are currently on a waiting list to become lottery winners.

The second-place winner, Eric Ouellet of Ottawa, Ont., will be a partner in the Montreal sports and entertainment company that owns the Maple Leafs.

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