Two Londoners claim Dream Lottery top prizes

Take one of the luxury homes or $1 million cash?

That’s the decision a London couple will now have to make after winning the grand prize in the spring edition of the Dream Lottery.

Brian and Sharon Moore’s winning ticket was pulled during Friday morning’s draw at the Royal Oak Dream Home in Thorndale. The couple will now have to pick between either the $1.4 million, fully-furnished 2,980 sq. ft custom-designed home at 43 Aspen Circle, the fully-furnished 1,542 sq. ft home, near the shore of Lake Erie in Port Stanley, or the million dollar cash prize.

Another Londoner also won big through the semi-annual sweepstakes in support of London’s hospitals.

Al McIsaac of London is the winner of the 50/50. With a $1,393,240 prize pool, it is the largest in dream lottery history. McIssac’s share of the pot is $626,620.

“Our community never ceases to amaze me. Another record breaking 50/50 that will continue to make a difference in the lives of patients and families at London’s hospitals,” said John MacFarlane, president and CEO of the London Health Sciences Foundation. “Because you choose to care, state-of-the-art equipment, specialized treatment options and ground-breaking research are made possible at our hospitals.”

Since launching in 1996, the lottery has raised a net total over $47 million for the London Health Sciences Centre, Children’s Hospital, and St. Joseph’s Health Care London.

The names of all other prize winners in the lottery will be posted online at by July 7. Lottery officials will also be contacting the primary winning ticket purchasers by either phone or mail.

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