Rules of Play

Bunkie Lottery - Rules of Play

 1. Players must be 18 years of age or older.

2. Tickets must be ordered/purchased and delivered in the Province of Ontario. 

3. Tickets are purchased online at, in person at the Group Health Centre with Trust Fund staff and/or volunteers, over the phone, or at Group Health Centre Trust Fund managed locations. 

4. The total tickets available will be 12,000. 

5. Each ticket will be $25.00.

6. Ticket sales will run from June 21, 2024, until August 28, 2024, at 3:30 p.m.

7. There will be one grand prize draw on August 28, 2024, at 4:00 p.m. 

8. Grand prize package is valued at $60,000 or $50,000 cash.

9. The grand prize winner will be given the option between the grand prize bunkie package or the grand prize all cash option.

10. Grand prize bunkie package includes: $20,000 Rockwood 160 bunkie (160 ft2, height 12’1.1”) and $40,000 cash. Value of bunkie includes the cost of the bunkie with taxes and shipping within Ontario, and rounded up to $20,000. A cash top-up will be provided to the winner, if required, to ensure the value of the bunkie remains at $20,000. The $40,000 cash component is intended to cover the cost of construction of the bunkie and offer the flexibility for the winner to utilize it as they see fit, whether it be for personal expenses, further enhancements to the bunkie, or any other purpose of their choosing. The distribution of the cash prize will be in the form of a cheque, payable to the grand prize winner in Canadian funds. Cash top-top, if required, will be paid out to winner on the same cheque as the cash portion of the prize. 

11. The bunkie is delivered on a pallet and includes a French door, windows, window screens, all logs, hardware, floorboards and pressure treated floor sleepers.  

12. The $20,000 bunkie will come from Bunkie Life and must be redeemed by the named winner.  

13. There will be 10 early bird draws in total. Early bird draws will take place Wednesdays between July 3, 2024, and August 21, 2024. Two early bird draws will take place on July 3, 2024. One early bird draw will take place on July 10, July 17, July 24, July 31, August 7, and August 14. Two early bird draws will take place on August 21, 2024. All tickets purchased prior to the cut-off time will be eligible for all subsequent early bird draws and the grand prize. All early bird draws will take place at 4:00 p.m.

14. Tickets are only valid from the moment of purchase and are not valid for any draws that occur prior to the purchase. 

15. The early bird draw purchase cut-off is 3:59 p.m. on each Wednesday between July 3, 2024, and August 21, 2024.  The purchaser will be eligible for all subsequent early bird draws and the grand prize. All early bird draws will take place at 4:00 p.m.
Every valid ticket number is eligible to win each early bird draw and the grand prize draw. Winning a previous draw does not disqualify a ticket number from winning subsequent draws.  

16. There is no limit to the number of tickets that can be purchased by an individual, up to a maximum of 12,000 (total tickets available). 

17. If all 12,000 tickets are sold prior to August 28, 2024, at 3:30 p.m., all remaining draws (early bird and grand prize) will take place on the associated draw date with all eligible tickets. 

18. The winning ticket is chosen randomly through the BUMP 50:50 Electronic Raffle System. 

19. The winning ticket holder does not need to be present at the time of the draw to win. 

20. All winning ticket numbers will be posted to after the draw and remain posted for at least 30 days.

21. Winners will be notified via the telephone number provided at point of sale, or through email if an email address was collected.  The Trust Fund will continue to attempt to contact the winner for a period of 6 months.   

22. By purchasing a ticket, you agree to allow us, The Group Health Centre Trust Fund, and its licensed gaming suppliers providing services to this program, the right, if you are a prize winner, to use and publicly disclose your name, municipality of residence, image, photograph and likeness as a prize winner in any means required by the terms of our lottery license and/or that we consider appropriate for purposes of administering and promoting the lottery, without notice, review or approval or additional compensation to you. This includes but is not limited to: Group Health Centre & Group Health Centre Trust Fund social media pages and websites, Bunkie Life social media pages and websites, and any other media source available to the public.

23. The winner must provide his/her name, address, and phone number with picture identification for validation to claim their prize.  The identification must clearly verify the winner's name, address, and age as corresponding to the information provided at the time of ticket purchase. Acceptable forms of identification include, but are not limited to, a driver's license, passport, or provincial photo ID card. This requirement is in place to safeguard against fraudulent claims and to ensure that the rightful ticket holder receives the prize. Should the winner be unable to provide suitable identification within the allowed timeframe, or if the information does not match the details on the winning ticket, the prize claim may be subject to review or delay. 

24. Prizes will be awarded to the primary ticket holder (the first name that appears on the ticket). In the event of a group win, in trust win or any win involving multiple individuals, any transfer of prizes must happen independently of the Group Health Centre Trust Fund.  

25. Once the certified grand prize winner is verified and provides identification with photo ID, they will receive one of the following based on which prize option they chose:  


  • a signed document from the Group Health Centre Trust Fund that outlines the totality of the prize package and a cheque for the cash portion of the prize (in Canadian Funds) or 
  • a cheque in the full amount of the cash prize value (in Canadian Funds) 

26. Early bird and Grand Prize winners will be required to sign off on the prize verification forms either in-person, via fax or digitally prior to receiving their winnings.  Prizes will be sent to the winner via a registered trackable mail service.

27. The following individuals and all of their immediate family members, dependents as it is defined by law or individuals residing in the same household are prohibited from ordering/purchasing a ticket or winning a prize: Group Health Centre Trust Fund employees, Group Health Association Board of Directors, and the Group Health Centre Executive Team.

28. Volunteer ticket sellers are eligible to play, win prize(s) and otherwise participate in the lottery, providing their tickets are not purchased during their scheduled “shift” at the Group Health Centre Trust Fund managed location(s) and the transaction is completed by another volunteer or Group Health Centre employee.

29. All prizes will be awarded as described in the rules of play. Should the Rockwood 160 bunkie no longer be available as at the official draw date or within a period of 60 days following the official draw date, the grand prize winner will be awarded an additional $20,000 in cash, ensuring the total prize value remains at $60,000. This additional compensation will be provided in the form of a cheque, payable to the grand prize winner, and is subject to the same tax laws and regulations applicable to cash winnings.

30. Winners have seven (7) days from time they are first notified of their win to communicate their choice of either the grand prize bunkie package or the grand prize cash only.

31. Unclaimed prizes are subject to AGCO unclaimed prize policy and procedures. Any unclaimed prizes will be held in trust by the licensee for a period of six months from the date of the draw. 

32. If you need help or support with a gambling problem, call ConnexOntario (Ontario Problem Gambling Helpline), 24/7 at 1-888-230-3505.