Quebec Lottery Results

Quebec Lottery Live gives you all the latest QC lottery results as soon as they happen. See the winning numbers for your favourite Quebec lottery games right here, including Lotto Max, Lotto 6/49, Quebec 49, Quebec Max, Grande Vie and many more. As well as live lottery results, you can find out everything you need to know about playing in Quebec.

Lotto Max Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
5 12 13 32 36 40 48 49

Next Estimated Jackpot
$20 Million
Lotto 6/49 Results
Saturday July 24th 2021
1 5 7 19 37 45 35

Next Estimated Jackpot
$5 Million
Quebec 49 Results
Saturday July 24th 2021
1 5 16 45 46 49 30

Next Jackpot
$2 Million
Quebec Max Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
1 4 5 6 7 24 37 44

Next Jackpot
$2 Million
La Mini Results
Friday July 23rd 2021
8 2 1 9 6 1

Quebec Daily Draws

The QC Lottery runs a host of daily draw games. View the latest live results below for daily games such as La Quotidienne, Banco and Extra.

La Quotidienne 2 Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
1 3

La Quotidienne 3 Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
9 1 2

La Quotidienne 4 Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
8 0 2 2

Lotto D Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
6 4 5 3 4 2 1 6

Banco Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
4 7 10 13 17 18 19 21 24 25 26 29 35 42 47 48 58 61 65 68

Next Jackpot
$200,000
Tout ou Rien Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
2 7 9 10 11 12 15 17 19 20 23 24

Next Jackpot
$250,000
Extra Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
3 8 7 9 4 4 6

Next Jackpot
$1 Million
Triplex Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
4 9 13 29 41

Next Jackpot
$20,000
Sprint O Results
Tuesday July 27th 2021
20 22 30 34 39

About the Quebec Lottery

Loto-Quebec has been running lottery games in the province since 1969. It is Canada's oldest lottery corporation and has now been operating for more than 50 years, creating big winners and raising money for good causes across the region. The company's head office is in Montreal and there is currently a network of more than 8,300 retailers.

The games offered by Loto-Quebec have evolved over the years, but versions of La Mini and La Quotidienne have been around since the 1970s. Even bigger jackpots became available to players in Quebec following the launch of the first national game, Lotto 6/49, in 1982. Lotto Max followed in 2009 and Grande Vie in 2017. All these games are jointly run by the Interprovincial Lottery Corporation (ILC) and are able to put larger prizes up for grabs because they take in money from participants all over Canada.

Biggest Quebec Winners

The record for the biggest payout ever seen in Quebec has steadily increased over the decades, and in 2020 there were two players from the province who won $70 million in Lotto Max. These wins also equalled the record for the biggest prize wins in Canadian lottery history.

The first $70 million jackpot went to Gregory Mathieu from Quebec City. A 22-year-old grocery store worker, he had been asked by his mother to buy a ticket for the February 25th draw. He said he could not 'talk or think' when he first found out that his Quick Pick was a winner, but he was later overjoyed to realise that he was financially set for the rest of his life.

Montreal resident Shu Ping Li also won a $70 million Lotto Max jackpot on October 9th 2020. Remarkably, it was the first time that she had ever bought a lottery ticket. She learned she had won the next day but waited almost a month to come forward.

Where Quebec Lottery Money Goes

As well as giving away great prizes in all its games, Loto-Quebec also uses the money it makes to help others. In fact, all of the corporation's profits are returned to the community to support people and projects that need it.

A large portion - more than $1,300 in the most recent fiscal year - goes to the government of Quebec and is subsequently funnelled into programs which benefit health, education and infrastructure throughout the province. Loto-Quebec also spends money on cultural and sporting event sponsorships and contributes to environmental initiatives.

It takes a vast network of retailers to help provide Loto-Quebec's games to the population. Retailers receive commission - more than $140 million in total for 2020 - for their hard work in selling tickets and paying prizes.