1 – What does Canada’s official motto “A Mari Usque ad Mare” mean in English?
2 – Since some drivers have failed to yield to students outside their school, a second crossing guard has been installed at what city intersection?
3 – The Hall of Mirrors is the largest room in what famous building in France?
4 – Members of the Santavy family from Sarnia continue to excel in what athletic endeavour?
5 – Natural vanilla flavouring comes from which flower?
6 – Which public elementary school recently won the inaugural Blue and Gold Invitational intermediate basketball tournament?
7 – What is nitrous oxide better known as?
8 – During the First World War, Albert C. Kaltschmidt of Detroit was sentenced to four years at Leavenworth Penitentiary for plotting to blow up what in Sarnia?
9 – When his father was dying, what Welsh author composed the poem “Do Not Go Gentle Into That Good Night”?
10 – The 17th century French philosopher, physicist and mathematician Blaise Pascal is credited with inventing which casino game?
– Tom St. Amand
ANSWERS: 1 – From sea to sea; 2 – Indian Road and Errol Road; 3 – Palace of Versailles; 4 – Weightlifting; 5 – Orchid; 6 – Rosedale (The Rosedale Royals); 7 – Laughing Gas; 8 – Railway tunnel beneath St. Clair River; 9 – Dylan Thomas; 10 – Roulette