RONA workers hit jackpot

BOUCHERVILLE, Que. —A group of 20 night shift workers at RONA’s warehouse on Montreal’s South Shore have won a $55 million Lotto-Max jackpot, the Montreal Gazette reports. The group buys tickets every week in hopes of just such an outcome, and their investment paid off when Dominic Lord discovered their ticket had won at a Longueuil Petro-Canada station, which will get a $550,000 bonus. The Canada-wide jackpot is the largest ever paid out by Loto-Québec.