Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – What name is given to marine crustaceans that attach themselves to the bottom of ships?

2 – According to Environment Canada, how much higher was Lake Huron last month compared to its level two years ago (within 10 centimetres)?

3 – How do you write 2016 in Roman numerals?

4 – This Saturday’s Comedy Night at the Imperial Theatre is a fundraiser for what local group?

5 – What British railway station has a fictional bear named after it?

6 – Mike Lapaine is the new CEO and president of what institution, having recently replaced Sue Denomy?

7 – Which one of the Seven Dwarfs is the only one to wear glasses?

8 – Look & See is a new project that hopes to attract Lambton County residents with an interest in what field?

9 – According to the saying, what is “paved with good intentions”?

10 – The latest stats show that, as of 2015, Canada’s population stands at

33.8 million                35.8 million                  37.8 million              39.8 million

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Barnacles; 2 – 53 centimetres  (almost 21 inches); 3 – MMXVI; 4 – Sarnia Professional Firefighters Association (SPFFA) Community Benefit Fund; 5 – Paddington; 6 – Bluewater Health; 7 –Doc; 8 – Art (submissions due Jan. 8 at Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery); 9 – The road to hell; 10 – 35.8 million.