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Jukasa News Update – Thursday December 28, 2017


The $17 million jackpot for Lotto 649 draw went to a ticket holder in Ontario over the weekend
There were also five guaranteed prizes of $1 million each up for grabs.
Two were claimed by tickets sold in Ontario, two in the Prairies and one in British Columbia.

The Sobeys grocery chain pulled romaine lettuce products from its shelves out of “an abundance of caution” about E. coli contamination.
The Public Health Agency of Canada has advised people in eastern Canada to consider avoiding romaine lettuce because of an E. coli outbreak that has been linked to one death and 40 illnesses.
Cases have been detected in Quebec, Newfoundland and Labrador, Ontario, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.
There has been no mandatory recall, but Sobeys says it temporarily halted sales of more than 300 romaine lettuce products at locations across the country on Friday as a precaution while public health officials investigate.

Police in southwestern Ontario say a toddler has been found safe after a car was stolen with the child still in it on Christmas Day.
Ontario Provincial Police say a man and his accomplice stole a car that was left unlocked and running as a woman went into a store in Fergus, Ont., on the evening of Christmas Day.
They say the man was able to get into the car and fled after witnesses tried to stop him.
The car was found shortly after, abandoned at the side of a highway with the child still in the vehicle, unharmed.
Police are investigating the incident and are asking anybody with information about the suspects to contact police.

Former AFN Chief National Chief Phil Fontaine is now a cannabis industry executive.
He has spent the last year travelling the country and talking to First Nations about jobs, wealth and training opportunities the cannabis business could bring to communities.
Fontaine says its exciting because communities are able to enter the industry from its launch instead of fighting to catch up years later as has traditionally been the case.
Fontaine is the CEO of Indigenous Roots, a medical marijuana company operated by and for First Nations across Canada.
The company is a joint venture with Cronos Group, a medial-marijuana grower licensed by Health Canada.

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