The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – What is the only country in the world that is larger than Canada in area?

2 – Northern Collegiate grad Ashley McDonald has received a scholarship to play what sport at Holy Cross, University in Indiana?

3 – What type of bird shares its name with one of Batman’s archenemies?

4 – At our local Tim Hortons locations, signs tell customers to practice social distancing by standing six feet, or how many Timbits, apart from one another?

a) 46   b) 56   c) 66

5 – To date, who is the best-selling female recording artist of all time?

6 – In the late 1990s, Alberto “Beto” Perez, a Colombian dancer, created which fitness program, which is now taught by over 100,000 instructors worldwide?

7 – In 1996, what coin was introduced by the Royal Canadian Mint?

8 – True or False:  A “universal recipient” has type AB blood.

9 – What is a popular style of pants named after an Italian island?

10 – What became Saskatchewan’s official sport in 2001?

11 – Bonus question from the editor: Including this one, how many trivia columns has quizmaster Tom St. Amand now had appear in The Journal?

100           200       300

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Russia; 2 – Soccer; 3 – Penguin; 4 – a) 46; 5 – Madonna; 6 – Zumba; 7 – Toonie; 8 – True; 9 – Capri; 10 – Curling; 11 – 300.