Brampton woman becomes millionaire after winning lottery

A Surrey family who won $1 million from the Lotto Max draw last month plans to invest in real estate and give the rest of the winnings to their children.

“I was thinking if I ever won the lottery I would invest with my kids and get them a townhouse,” Ram Singh said in a statement released by the B.C. Lottery Corporation.

Singh is described as a “business owner who says he works seven days a week” and is still absorbing the good news. “My wife said ‘we won’ and I went blank. It hasn’t hit me yet.”

Singh and his wife are the 27th Lotto Max Maxmillions winners in B.C. of 2018. Their ticket matched all seven numbers to win on Oct. 5.

The hard-working family is now investing and planning for its future after matching all seven numbers to the Oct. 5, 2018 Lotto Max draw.

“My wife said ‘we won’ and I went blank,” explained Singh, a business owner who works seven days a week. “It hasn’t hit me yet.”

Singh and his wife, Sushil, plan to invest in real estate with their winnings and give the rest of the money to their children.

“I was thinking if I ever won the lottery, I would invest with my kids and get them a townhouse,” explained Singh.