Convenience store operator who won $1.5M lottery while battling breast cancer has died

Diane Bishop, the Mount Pearl, Newfoundland, convenience store operator whose story touched hearts across the country after she won a lottery while battling Stage 4 breast cancer, has died, her family says. Bishop won the $1.5-million Super Set For Life lottery in November. Her death was reported on Facebook by her family.

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