Port Moody man wins PNE Prize Home

The ticket purchased by Albert Prendergast was pulled last night (Monday) at the end of The Fair.

A 77-year-old Port Moody resident is the winner of this year’s PNE Prize Home.

The ticket purchased by Albert Prendergast was pulled last night (Monday) at the end of The Fair.

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The $2-million, 3,159 sq. ft. home — of which 668,000 tickets were sold to guests at the exhibition as well as online and by phone — will be located in Kelowna.

It includes three bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms and is described as “Net Zero Ready” — that is, it’s able to produce as much energy as it consumes.

Proceeds from the lottery go to non-profit programs at the PNE in the fields of agriculture, community, education and the arts.
 

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