A Canadian man who won $1 million in a lottery for charity plans to give it all back. “I bought a ticket for $100, thinking I would be giving $100 to charity — now I can give $1 million!” said Gerald Swan, who won the jackpot in the Heart and Stroke Foundation’s lottery.

The grandfather of four from Orton, in southern Ontario, has been giving to charities since his teen years and will divide the money among his favorites. “I have lived a good life, God has looked at me favorably, and I got a gift — it is my full intention to give it back,” he said.

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