Cordova Bay condo is Children’s Hospital lotto prize

Sayward Hill property is worth almost $1 million

A nearly $1-million condo in Cordova Bay is one of the grand prizes for this year’s Dream Lottery for B.C. Children’s Hospitals.

The condo at 758 Sayward Terr.., assessed at more than $900,000, is one of five grand-prize options in the lottery, and comes with a trip to England and a BMW.

Viewing times for the Cordova Bay condo are noon to 4 p.m. on Sept. 3, 4, 10, 11, 24, 25 and Oct. 1 and 2.

Other prize houses are in the Langley area or in Vancouver’s Coal Harbour. Vancouver Canucks season tickets are in the mix as well, as the so-called dream bonus prize. They can be swapped for a trip for two people to Fiji, or $9,000 cash.

The deadline to enter for the Canucks tickets or other options is Sept. 9. The deadline for other prizes is Oct. 7. The draw happens Oct. 31.

Tickets for the draw often sell out and the chance of winning a grand prize is one in 288,000.

For ticket prices and information, please go to bcchildren.com.

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