June Monthly Online 50/50 Draw Results (drawn June 26)
Winner’s Name: Terri Boutilier
Community: Boutilier’s Point


The Bay Treasure Chest Weekly 50/50 Toonie Draws are currently on hold in view of ongoing COVID-19 concerns and cautions.

However, we have a new, online Bay Treasure Chest 50/50, offering players a chance to win a cash prize and, at the same time, providing funds for the programs and projects offered by the Bay Treasure Chest Partners. BTC Monthly Online 50/50 is totally online, so players can participate from the safety of their own homes. Check it out!

Bay Treasure Chest Monthly Online is a registered lottery with Service Nova Scotia, Alcohol and Gaming Division. License: AGD-305922-20.

BTCA ~ Making a difference in the community

BTCA board members on August 22, 2018, with Iain Rankin, from left: Ruth Ann Moger, Megan Harris, Lorna Zinck-Gordon, Heather Cochrane, Iain Rankin, Nick Horne, Harry Ward, Fred Dolbel, Beth McGee. (Not present: Gwen Colman, Shaun MacIntyre, Theresa Milligan, Rick Muzyk, Anne Patrick, Melan Sapp.) These individuals represent 12 non-profit organizations in the St. Margaret’s Bay area.

On August 22, 2018, Iain Rankin, MLA Timberlea-Prospect, hosted a celebration at Halifax Exhibition Centre, on Prospect Road, for people in his constituency who make a difference.

“MLAs can read member statements and pass resolutions when the House is in session,” says former constituency assistant (and BTCA volunteer) Barb Allen. “So this recognition with individual names will be part of the official record of what is said in the House of Assembly.”

In other words, the little guy makes it into the big book of public transcripts, otherwise referred to as Hansard.

“What an amazing evening of recognizing community groups, organizations, athletes, advocates, businesses, and hundreds of individuals, of all ages and abilities from Timberlea-Prospect and surrounding communities,” noted Rankin.

Hear ye, hear ye! Congrats to all.

The Bay Treasure Chest Association operates a weekly 50/50 draw that gives players an opportunity to win cash, while supporting local community service organizations. The BTCA community, or catchment area, is defined as Districts 12 and 13 of the Halifax Regional Municipality and District 2 of the Municipality of Chester, as per BTCA By-Law 3.1. Find out more about the partner organizations involved here.

The Bay Treasure Chest Fundraiser provides many benefits including:

  • The player wins some extra, tax-free cash while helping to support Bay Area volunteer service organizations;
  • The communities and residents of our communities win with sustainable funding for scholarships, and many programs and services that benefit the people and environment; and,
  • The retail and other business supporters win with improved customer relations, and support of the local community and the environment.

Winners announced on our website, Facebook, Twitter,
and The Masthead News, as results become available.