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Canada Retirement on the horizon for B.C. lighthouse keeper who won $1 million lottery draw

07:26  21 january  2020
07:26  21 january  2020 Source:   cbc.ca

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a screenshot of a cell phone: Lotto 649 winner ivan dubinsky lighthouse keeper© Provided by CBC British Columbia - LocalNewsRSS Lotto 649 winner ivan dubinsky lighthouse keeper

A lighthouse keeper working near Port Hardy "couldn't believe his eyes" after receiving an email he had won $1 million in B.C.'s Lotto 6/49 draw.

Ivan Dubinsky, who started his lighthouse career more than 20 years ago, saw the email he successfully matched all 10 numbers in the draw on Nov. 29, 2019.

Dubinsky's day-to-day job requires him to look after the lighthouse grounds and send weather reports to aircraft and marine vessels. As a result, he buys most of his lottery tickets online.

"It's difficult to buy lottery tickets when you're at the lighthouse all the time," said Dubinsky in a statement from the British Columbia Lottery Corporation (BCLC).

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"You have to be granted leave, and there's not too many lighthouse keepers available these days."

Dubinsky had to wait two months until he was able to get leave from the lighthouse to come to the BCLC's office in Vancouver to claim his prize.

The BCLC said he now has a more 'relaxing' lifestyle planned for himself.

"I'll slowly begin the retirement process, give some of my winnings to my brothers and sisters and possibly buy a home in the north part of Vancouver Island," said Dubinsky.

"Though I may still want to be a relief lighthouse keeper."

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