The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

1 – What popular newspaper number game is based on three by three grids within a nine by nine grid?

 

2 – The Village of Point Edward Council recently voted that masks are mandatory in indoor public places for anyone what age and older?

 

3 – Math: How many prime numbers are there between 1 and 50?  a) 9   b) 13   c) 15

 

4 – Authorities are waiting for the results of a study which will determine if a former landsite at what location is leaking contaminants?

 

5 – Plantains are a close relative of what fruit?

 

6 – In 1993, what late musician legally adopted a symbol to replace his name?

 

7 – Blocking nerve impulses from the lower part of the spine, what type of local anesthesia is often used to relieve pain during childbirth?

 

8 – What European city is considered to be the “Bicycle Capital of the World”?

 

9 – Which Canadian province is the world’s largest producer of potash?

 

10 – Who was assassinated as he sat watching the play “Our American Cousin” at Ford’s Theatre?

 

 

 

– Tom St. Amand, #301

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Sudoku; 2 – Nine; 3 – c)  15; 4 – Canatara Park; 5 – Bananas; 6 – Prince; 7 – Epidural; 8 – Amsterdam; 9 – Saskatchewan; 10 – Abraham Lincoln.