Thousands of prizes, including a $2.6 million home, handed out in Calgary hospital lottery
Michael Franklin CTVNewsCalgary.ca Senior Digital Producer
The grand prize of the Spring 2020 Foothills Hospital Home Lottery was this $2.6 million home in Cranston’s Riverstone. (Supplied)
CALGARY — A Calgary man is the winner of a multi-million dollar show home in Cranston, the top prize in this year’s Foothills Hospital Home Lottery.
David Pastor won the $2.6 million dream home, located at 181 Cranbrook Point S.E., in the draw.
He was also awarded $100,000 to go with his big prize.
The 4,300 square-foot home was revealed in February and features four bedrooms, three bathrooms and panoramic river valley views.
It also has a home theatre, sunroom and a two-storey wine cellar.
Some of the other winners included Daniel Campbell of Chestermere who took home more than $1.2 million in the 50/50 Add-On, a $1.1 million condo in Canmore that went to William Brown of Okotoks and Michelle Johnson of Airdrie who won her choice of a 2020 Barletta L23UC pontoon boat, 2020 Audi e-TRON or $100,000 cash.
The lottery also handed out a number of vacations to exotic locales such as Peru, Italy, Norway, Mexico, Switzerland and many more.
The Foothills Hospital Home Lottery raises millions to support the facility each year.
A Calgary man is the winner of a multi-million dollar show home in Cranston, the top prize in this year’s Foothills Hospital Home Lottery.