Single mom 'numb' after $3M lotto win

Jessica Williams won the very first Lotto 6/49 draw of 2013. (Handout Photo)

Jessica Williams won the very first Lotto 6/49 draw of 2013. (Handout Photo)

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A 36-year-old single mom from Port Coquitlam, B.C, is Canada's first millionaire of 2013.

Jessica Williams matched all six numbers on the very first Lotto 6/49 draw of the year to win the $3,463,163.60 jackpot.

"I had been out grocery shopping on New Year's Day when I bought my ticket," Williams told the British Columbia Lottery Corporation Friday. "Like everybody else, I've always hoped and prayed that I would win big one day."

She said she discovered the win after filling her car at a gas station while heading back to work on the morning of January 3.

"Immediately after leaving the gas station I just sat in my car and cried," she said. "I don't even remember yesterday. I'm still numb.

"All I've ever wanted is to own my own place and have my very own car," Williams added. "I can't wait to go shopping."

In addition to buying a condo, Williams plans to help family and do some travelling.