The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

1 – What-six letter word means both a hot dog dressing and to enjoy or to delight in something?

 

2 – The residents of what former village in Sarnia’s south end will be celebrating its 75th anniversary at Le Centre Communautaire Francophone this weekend?

 

3 – What is Ontario’s official flower?

 

4 – Sarnia’s Barry Goodwin, 80, recently retired from what sport after playing it for 74 years?

 

5 – If you are eating calamari, you are eating what?

 

6 – According to the Waste-Free Ontario Act, what will Sarnians and other municipalities be expected to compost by 2018?

 

7 – Which insurance company uses the tagline, “We know a thing or two because we’ve seen a thing or two”?

 

8 – In the 1986 hit movie, Ferris Bueller took a day off school in what U.S. city?

 

9 – Since the 1960s, the three dots in what company’s logo have represented the company’s first three locations?  (they now have over 13,000 locations worldwide)

 

10 – What still-popular author, who passed away 200 years ago this summer, wrote such classics as Pride and Prejudice and Sense and Sensibility?

 

– Tom St. Amand

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Relish; 2 – Blue Water; 3 – Trillium; 4 – Soccer; 5 – Squid; 6 – Food Waste; 7 – Farmers Insurance Group; 8 – Chicago; 9 – Domino’s Pizza’ 10 – Jane Austen