Lotto MAX & Ontario Encore Winning Numbers Friday 26/06/2015

Friday 26/06/2015

LOTTO MAX estimated jackpot $50 million
2, 4, 16, 23, 30, 32 & 46. Bonus 38.

MAXMILLION:
1, 18, 35, 41, 44, 47, & 49.
5, 8, 11, 24, 29, 40, & 43.

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ENCORE: 0511791

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Winning Hand: 6-S, 6-H, 10-H, 7-D, 4-S.

Legend:

C = CLUB,

H = HEART,

S = SPADE,

D = DIAMOND

J = JACK,

Q = QUEEN,

K = KING,

A = ACE

MEGA DICE LOTTO
1, 2, 8, 23, 24 & 38 Bonus 3.

PICK-2: 7 0

PICK-3: 9 1 5

PICK-4: 3 1 7 1

ENCORE: 0511791

DAILY KENO
4, 6, 13, 14, 17, 22, 24, 25, 28, 30,
31, 35, 43, 44, 48, 52, 53, 56, 62, 70.

MidDay lottery winning numbers

PICK-2: 6 4

PICK-3: 8 6 1

PICK-4: 5 3 1 9

ENCORE: 8262582

DAILY KENO
1, 5, 22, 23, 24, 30, 41, 44, 45, 47,
48, 52, 54, 57, 60, 61, 63, 66, 67, 70.

LC-2014-AD-01-500A Lucky Black Squirrel (Lottery Charm®) pin was used to hold the winning grand prize ticket for the lottery (previously known as Dream Of A Lifetime Lottery) on a corkboard in the office of LotteryCharms.com® creator Ric Wallace.
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The above video in HD with over 41,000 frames and 1.9 GB in size was created by Ric Wallace of Virtual Edge Communications.

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White Rock Beach, British Columbia is the COOLEST place on the west coast of Canada. Looking for a FUN tourist destination or a place to call home – White Rock Beach has lots to offer. Please share our video on social media.

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Lucky & Sugar-toes welcome you to our site about White Rock Beach in Beautiful British Columbia and the surrounding area. We plan to feature articles and photos of interest about things to see and do in the lower mainland area of BC and in Washington State.

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The single big WHITE ROCK, that gives the community its name White Rock Beach, is located on the beach near the pier on Semiahmoo Bay between Blaine in Washington State and White Rock in British Columbia, Canada.
It is a unique attraction on its own and comes with its own interesting folklore. Nineteenth-century sailors used this rock as a beacon. The White Rock is visable while entering customs coming into Canada from across the bay. The sight of a single large white rock on a beach is a rare find, and when something is rare, it is often associated with LUCK. Some people even claim to have had luck on the lottery by rubbing their tickets on the 486-tonne boulder resting on the beach. White Rock Beach is the waterfront area of the City of White Rock in the southwest corner of the lower mainland of British Columbia, bordering Washington State.
White Rock Beach is less than 2 hours north of Seatle Washington. The White Rock Beach district runs along Marine Drive and includes a 2.5 km waterfront promenade that overlooks the warm, shallow waters of Semiahmoo Bay. The actual city of White Rock is 45 minutes from Vancouver, BC and minutes from the Canada/USA border. The city dates back to the turn of the 20th century (1900) and has a population of 18,755.(2006).white-rock-01

The area is shared by walkers and joggers of all ages, as well as various wildlife creatures, from gulls and other water birds to rabbits, marmots, seals, and bald eagles. The alternating tides, sunrises, and sunsets provide photographers and artists with fresh daily imagery.

The beautiful sunrises overlooking Mount Baker in Washington State and sunsets overlooking the White Rock pier add to the diversity in imagery. As one long-time permanent resident remarked, “Each sunrise and sunset is different, and I never get tired of looking at them.”white-rock-03

White Rock Beach enjoys far more days of sunshine than the rest of the lower BC mainland. White Rock Beach is also known as “the hole in the sky” by pilots flying overhead who’ve remarked that while often the rest of the lower mainland is under cloud cover, the sky over White Rock is clear, sunny, and cloud free. With the businesses and houses in the area built into the hillside overlooking the water, the White Rock Beach area is often referred to as the Riviera of the west coast (of Canada).white-rock-02
The famous White Rock pier is 1,500 feet long and a favorite tourist spot that often forms the backdrop for wedding photos. Local residents love to stroll along the promenade and out to the end of the pier. Walkers and joggers love to walk right to the end and slap the top railing before heading back to shore — all part of their daily exercise program. The trains that pass through the White Rock Beach area on the railroad tracks running along the promenade by the beach add a distinctive charm to the district. The annual New Year’s Day polar bear swim helps add to the year-round excitement of being in White Rock Beach.

WARNING: White Rock Beach Syndrome may develop by visiting White Rock Beach, which includes NOT wanting to leave and wanting to take up residence here.

 

London Ontario CANADA Famous Black Squirrel History

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Most Americans and many Canadians – not to mention international visitors – have never seen a black squirrel, and many refuse to believe they exist until they see them for themselves. Unlike the legend of the unicorn, black squirrels are lucky and they do exist!

For many people, the excitement they experience when spotting a black squirrel for the first time is like finding black gold. Japanese tourists flock to Nathan Philips Square in Toronto Ontario Canada to photograph all the black squirrels.

But, by far, the friendliest bunch of black squirrels can be found in Victoria Park in London, Ontario Canada. The squirrels there have even inspired the “Black Squirrels of London” song, and they also inspired the Victoria-Park.com Lucky Black Squirrel Pin. These pins have been shipped all over Canada, United States, the UK, Japan, Europe, Australia, etc.
As more people win the lottery or experience good luck with these Lottery Charms in their possession, the legend of the Lucky Black Squirrel continues to expand.
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Lucky Black Squirrels: The British Columbia-Washington DC-Ontario Connection

People in British Columbia’s lower mainland are and even south into Washington State see black squirrels and are amazed to discover the history behind their existence: Black squirrels are not native inhabitants here.
Black squirrels represent 1 out of every 10,000 squirrels found in North America. By North American standards this makes them rare. Being rare, some people will associate this with luck, which is why we refer to them as the “Lucky Black Squirrels.”
The lucky black squirrel’s history in North America can be traced way back to some Ontario Canada black squirrels. And from there, descendants of these Ontario black squirrels have made their way across country, across nations, and even overseas.
Below is a timeline of facts of the unusual history behind the black squirrels in North America:

  • Black squirrels found in the British Columbia lower mainland area, which were released at Stanley Park in Vancouver, are descended from 12 New York City black squirrels.
    These 12 squirrels were exported from NYC, sometime between 1910 and 1913, by then mayor William Jay Gaynor.
  • The NYC black squirrels first arrived there after migrating north from the National Zoo in Washington DC. And the Washington DC black squirrels arrived as a gift for President Teddy Roosevelt in two different shipments, one in 1902 and the other in 1906, for a total of 18 squirrels. These black squirrels were exported from Rondeau Provincial Park in southwestern Ontario, located on the north shore of Lake Erie – just one hour’s drive southwest from London Ontario Canada.

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  • In 1909 black squirrels showed up in the UK for the first time. Recent DNA tests have traced their ancestry back to Washington DC squirrels.
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  • Ten black squirrels were exported from London, Ontario Canada to Kent State University in 1961.A second trip for more black squirrels was made the same year. Today they own the campus and the squirrels have been spotted in places such as: Warren, Cleveland, Barberton, Akron, and Canton.
  • In Kent Ohio, they have gone totally nuts over black squirrels. For example:
  • BlackSquirrelRadio.com
  • Black Squirrel Music
  • Black Squirrel Books
  • Black Squirrel Woodworking
  • Black Squirrel Gallery… and the list goes on and on.
  • Black squirrels have since been spotted in some Michigan locations as well. Prior to the Ohio introduction, no black squirrels were seen in Ohio or Michigan.
  • In 2001 black squirrels were spotted along the river in Drumheller Alberta where previously there were none. Rumor has it that someone brought them back from the BC lower mainland. Today some black squirrels have even been spotted in Calgary.
  • Black squirrels are not found in northern Ontario or in eastern Canada. From our research, we’ve found no record of black squirrels in Manitoba or Saskatchewan.
  • Other pockets of black squirrel populations can be found now in Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, and California with most traced back to these original introductions.

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As for the luck factor behind these rare black rodents, Ric Wallace attributes his own success in winning a $775,000+ fully furnished dream home package in 2004 to using his own personally-designed lottery charms.
In fact, a Lucky Black Squirrel (Lottery Charm®) pin was used for London Ontario’s 10th lottery dream home draw to hold the winning grand prize ticket on a corkboard in the office of LotterySquirrel.com creator Ric Wallace.

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In 2010, the American TLC show The Lottery Changed My Life came to London Ontario Canada to film the Lucky Black Squirrels in Victoria Park. The TV show gave Ric Wallace – the first Canadian lottery winner to appear on their show – the title of “Squirrel Millionaire.” His story can be seen on the “Country Millionaire” episode. Ric Wallace was also the Discovery Family Channel in May 2015 – Still LUCKY.
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