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Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – Each time a player’s token lands on or passes over GO in Monopoly, he/she collects how much money?

2 – Once located at the corner of East St. and London Road, Sarnia’s City Gates are now found where in Sarnia?

3 – Admit it; you watched it: Mark, the Guy Who Married a Horse, and David, the Kung-Fu Hillbilly, were just two of the guests on what controversial talk show that celebrated its 25th anniversary a few weeks ago?

4 – For the first time ever, real estate sales in Sarnia-Lambton in 2015 might hit what sales mark in a single year?

200 million          300 million             400 million           500 million

5 – In 1962, just hours before he ordered the Cuban Trade Embargo, President Kennedy (JFK) purchased 1,200 what?

6 – Tim and Karen Allen, local airbrush artists, have recently completed what type of art at St. Clair Secondary and P. E. McGibbon Public School?

7 – In the Christmas song “Sleigh Ride” we learn “there’s a birthday party at the home of   ________  ______”?

8 – To explore his country’s affinity for gun violence, documentary filmmaker Michael Moore made what Oscar winning movie (2002) in which he interviewed some Sarnia residents including Mayor Mike Bradley?

9 – What author, a Guelph resident since 1975, is the best-selling Canadian author of all time (even though he was born in Pittsburgh)?

10 – Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was born on December 25th of what year?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – $200; 2 – Entrance to Canatara Park; 3 – The Jerry Springer Show; 4 – 400 million (at $395 million and counting); 5 – Cigars; 6 – Murals; 7 – Farmer Gray; 8 – Bowling for Columbine; 9 – Robert Munsch (he became a Canadian citizen); 10 – 1971 (44 years of age)


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