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Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In 2003, what did the late David Bowie refuse from Queen Elizabeth II?

2 – What local team captured a bronze medal at the recent OCAA championship?

3 – In what month does the Vernal Equinox occur in the Northern Hemisphere?

4 – The March 31st Sarnia Speaks forum covers what serious topic?

5 – What professional tennis player has been suspended for using the banned drug, Meldonium?

6 – When Sarnian Patrick Kerwin passed away in 1963, he held what high-ranking government appointed position in Ottawa?

7 – What method of execution was abolished by the Roman emperor Constantine in the 4th century AD?

8 – Phil Egan and Kevin McHarg, along with other community volunteers, are currently researching material on what group in Sarnia’s history?

9 – Whoops.  What English-Canadian actress was mistakenly shown as Margaret Trudeau in a recent 60 Minutes TV interview with Justin Trudeau?

10 – Easter Island, a Polynesian volcanic island, is a territory of which South American country?

– Tom St. Amand

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Knighthood; 2 – Lambton Lions Men’s Basketball Team; 3 – March; 4 – Mental Health; 5 – Maria Sharapova; 6 – Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada; 7 – Crucifixion; 8 – Firefighters; 9 – Kim Cattrall; 10 – Chile

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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