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Princess Margaret Hospital Grand Prize winner announced

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December 11. 2019 – The Grand Prize winner of the Princess Margaret Hospital lottery was announced this evening on CP24The Princess Margaret is one of the largest cancer centres in the world and one of the top 5 globally for cancer research. Our team is dedicated to caring, learning, and finding answers. The prize includes a $6 million Oakville showhome designed by Brian Gluckstein, a 2020 Range Rover and $1 million cash.

And the winner is….

Wendy Lau of Markham, Ontario with ticket number 157040!

The designer home located at 421 Wedgewood Drive in Oakville features 5 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms and blends modern and traditional design. Highlights include arched windows, spacious kitchen with luxury appliances, and a lower level relaxation lounge, spa, and spin studio.

The home, designed by Richard Wengle with interiors by Gluckstein /Design Planning Inc. and built by PCM is awarded fully furnished, professionally decorated and landscaped.

With nearly 1 in 2 Canadians expected to be diagnosed with cancer, funds raised from the lottery support The Princess Margaret and its team of world-leading researchers and clinicians who are making the impossible possible.

2019 represents the 24th year of The Princess Margaret Home Lottery, a program that continues to evolve and deliver incredible prizes for so many lucky winners. Your ticket purchase helps the hospital to get closer to accomplishing our vision, to Conquer Cancer In Our Lifetime.

About Princess Margaret Cancer Centre

The Princess Margaret is one of the largest cancer centres in the world and one of the top 5 globally for cancer research. The Princess Margaret is a member of the University Health Network, which also includes Toronto General and Toronto Western Hospitals, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute and The Michener Institute for Education at UHN. University Health Network is a research hospital affiliated with the University of Toronto. www.theprincessmargaret.ca.

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