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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – In what time zone do most Canadians live?

2 – What current local hockey franchise began as the Sarnia Sailors in 1949?

3 – What chain of stores markets Craftsman tools?

4 – What journalist and filmmaker will be speaking this week (on the 21st) at the Holiday Inn for the annual Showcase Literacy fundraiser?

5 – In describing her newly released clothing line for Puma, what singer said it was clothing “the Addams family would wear in a gym.”?

6 – Sarnia’s Terry Fox Run was held last Sunday. In what country is the largest Terry Fox run held outside Canada?

7 – On a hammer, what name is given to the flat part on the side of the hammer head? (Hint: a five-letter body part)

8 – Based on the number of requests and reservations for his books at the Sarnia Public Library, what American author is the most popular with Sarnia readers?

John Grisham          Stephen King          James Patterson

9 – The Hundred Years War actually lasted 116 years. For one point, name one year in which it took place.

10 –  In what country did fortune cookies originate?

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Eastern Time Zone; 2 – Sarnia Legionnaires; 3 – Sears; 4 – Alexandre “Sasha” Trudeau; 5 – Rihanna; 6 – Cuba; 7 – Cheek; 8 – James Patterson; 9 – 1337 to 1453; 10 – United States


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