Meet Barry Deley, a Canadian TV sportscaster who found out that he just won a $2 million lottery from his own colleagues live on the air. Deley was actually buying groceries when he got a call from the on-air news anchors to inform him that if he's the Barry Deley from some small British Columbia town who bought a ticket in the B.C. Children's Hospital lottery, his name was just pulled and he won a choice of either $2 million (Canadian) or one of about four houses. These Canadians handle the whole thing in their typical polite Canadian way, but the video is just fun to watch as all his colleagues figure out that he's the one who actually won. The even nicer part of the story is that Deley bought the lottery ticket in order to help the same hospital that helped save his own daughter's life seven years ago when she was diagnosed with leukemia. Definitely a must-watch.