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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – What country ceded Florida to the USA in 1819?

2 – John Herdman, the coach of what Canadian Women’s Olympic team, will be the keynote speaker at the upcoming Bluewater Health Foundation Gala?

3 – Which country has the largest area of land?

4 – Local police are reminding drivers that if they fail to stop for what, they can lose six demerit points and be fined $490 for a first time offence?

5 – Before becoming the Maple Leafs in 1927, Toronto had two other names. For 1 point, name one. (3 points if you get both)

6 – What local fundraising campaign kicked off last month with a goal of raising $2 million for local agencies?

7 – To celebrate the 100th anniversary of what English author’s birthday, the latest Oxford English Dictionary included such words as “splendiferous” and “scrumdiddlyumptious”?

8 – The bridge that once spanned what body of water is now sitting on blocks at Mike Weir Park?

9 – In 2013, what American released thousands of National Security Agency documents to a handful of journalists?

10 – Thanksgiving is a statutory holiday in Canada, except in four provinces. Name one.

– Tom St. Amand

ANSWERS: 1 – Spain; 2 – Soccer; 3 – Russia; 4 – A stopped school bus with lights flashing; 5 – Arenas and St. Pats; 6 – United Way Campaign; 7 – Roald Dahl; 8 – Cull Drain; 9 – Edward Snowden; 10 – P.E.I., Newfoundland and Labrador, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia.













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