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The woman who sold a winning lottery ticket to a Labrador trio says she will be able to launch a new adventure in her life with her share of the proceeds.
Three Happy Valley-Goose Bay residents shared a $25-million prize in Friday night's Lotto Max draw.
Sherry Bessey, who owns the Daybreak Cafe where the winning ticket was purchased, picks up a commission of one per cent, or $250,000.
"I'm thinking about finishing with this place here and probably just go back to school or do something I enjoy doing," Bessey said.
"I've had this place for 10 years now and it's time to live life."
Gerald Healey, his wife Winnie and their co-worker Marg White bought the winning ticket as part of a $60 purchase.
"It's still so unreal," Gerald Healey told CBC News Saturday.
The Healeys own and operate a small business in the central Labrador town.
'I'm just one happy camper, that's all.'—Sherry Bessey
Their ticket had the same numbers as a ticket sold in Saskatchewan, which also wins a $25-million Lotto Max prize.
Bessey said the winners gathered at Daybreak Cafe on Saturday when word of the win got out.
"I'm just one happy camper, that's all," she said. "I never had a big winner so this was the biggest, I guess."
Bessey, who said she has never been outside of Canada, is planning to take her family on a vacation south.