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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What Canadian “delicacy” is made from French fries, gravy, and cheese curds?

2 – Michael Slotwinski, a local high school art teacher, has created a series of what to make people more aware of the new COVID reality?

3 – In what country did the word “metre” originate?

4 – Sarnia’s Anne-Marie Connor is helping people deal with COVID in the Democratic Republic of Congo in her position as the executive director of what non-profit humanitarian organization?

5 – What are the five horizontal parallel lines on which musical notation is written?

6 – George Foreman, boxer and grilling entrepreneur, has five sons who all have what first name?

7 – What Canadian prairie province claims to be rat free for the last 50 years?

8 – What chronic inflammatory disease of the airway can be triggered by exercising in colder temperatures?

9 – “The Blue Marble” is a famous 1972 photograph of what planet?

10 – In 2008, Google released a web browser that shares its name with what plating often found on automobiles

– Tom St. Amand (column # 290)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Poutine; 2 – Posters; 3 – France; 4 – World Vision; 5 – Staff; 6 – George; 7 – Alberta; 8 – Asthma; 9 – Earth; 10 – Chrome.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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