The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – Chiffon, marble and bunt are all kinds of which baked good?

2 – What medical facility in Sarnia offers free drive-through COVID tests on Saturdays?

3 – A “Canadian tuxedo” consists of blue jean pants and what top?

4 – Baptized at Sacred Heart Parish in Sarnia in 1996, now retired American Olympian McKayla Maroney excelled at what sport?

5 – What Canadian province produces over 70% of the world’s maple syrup?

6 – Two animals are the official symbols of Canada. The beaver is one; what is the other?

7 – What metal covers the Statue of Liberty?

8 – The image of which First World War Canadian Prime Minister is found on our $100 bills?

9 – What company was inspired when the founders rented out an air mattress on their apartment floor to offset the high cost of rent in San Francisco?

10 – What fictional pirate from Treasure Island gave his name to a U.S.-based fast food chain established in 1969?

– Tom St. Amand (column # 292)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Cakes, 2 – Twin Bridges Clinic; 3 – A blue jean (denim) jacket; 4 – Gymnastics; 5 – Quebec; 6 – Horse; 7 – Copper; 8 – Robert Borden; 9 – Airbnb; 10 – Long John Silver.