Today is a lottery day in the U.S. and in Canada.
The lottery will begin drawing lots starting at 8 p.m.
ET today and run through 4 a.m., according to the U to T website.
The drawing will be in English, French and Spanish, with no Spanish-language games.
Lottery winners will be notified at 9:30 a.k.
A new winner is chosen every few hours, so the winner won’t know whether he or she won the lottery until after the drawing has begun.
Lotteries in other countries draw a different set of numbers and will begin at 8:30 p.t. in English.
Canada’s lottery began drawing its numbers today at 10:30:59 a.t., the lottery website says.
Lotters in the United States and in Europe have been drawn on lottery day for decades.
There is no time limit to win the lottery, and winners can use the money for other purposes, including to buy a home or a vacation.
This is a long-running tradition in the lottery industry.
The last time a U.N. treaty was struck was in 2004, when the U., the European Union, and Japan agreed to allow international lottery winners to claim their prizes in person in the host country.
The U.K. also announced plans to make lottery day a day in which visitors can pick up their tickets and claim their winnings online.