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1 – Which two of the seven deadly sins begins with a “G”?

2 – Economists Jim Stanford and Andrew Leach recently debated the feasibility of establishing a refinery in Sarnia to process what oil-based substance (primarily used in road construction)?

3 – As a way of showing team support, Green Bay Packer fans wear which Wisconsin-made product on their heads?

4 – After pet owners walk their pets, the Lambton Health Unit is advising them to check themselves and their pets for what?

5 – What item, created in 1957, was originally designed to be used as 3D wallpaper?

6 – A conference in Sarnia next week will involve talks among Canadian and American politicians to protect and to restore the Great Lakes and what river?

7 – Last week, what singer became the youngest woman ever to be included on the Forbes list of The World’s 100 Most Powerful Women?

8 – What charity event this weekend at Canatara Park combines a 5-kilometre course of running, obstacles, sweat, dirt and mud?

9 – The musical, Jersey Boys, tells the story of what singer and music group?

10 – The name of which subordinate military position comes from the French language and means in place of the holder of the rank?

– Tom St. Amand


ANSWERS: 1 – Gluttony and greed; 2 – Bitumen; 3 – Cheese; 4 –  Ticks; 5 – Bubble Wrap; 6 – St. Lawrence River; 7 – Taylor Swift; 8 – Assante Dirty Dash for Rebound; 9 – Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons; 10 – Lieutenant











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