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The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

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1 – In the world of fairy tales, who is the “fairest of them all” according to the magic mirror?

2 – Recently, members of Climate-Action Sarnia-Lambton expanded the area of a “mini-forest” in what city park?

3 – Demographers predict that the world population will hit what milestone this November 15th?

4 – For those wishing to vote in person on election day, Monday, October 24th, the polls open and close at what times?

5 – In the acronym NATO, what does the “N” stand for?

6 – According to Madame Tussauds of London, England, Aaron Kosinski, a barber from Poland, was what infamous killer?

7 – True or False: Identical twins have identical fingerprints?

8 – The architectural term “mullion” most typically applies to what part of a building? a) Doors b) Stairs c) Windows

9 – Which animal appears in the logo of the World Wildlife Fund?

10 – According to a national analytics company, Canadians in 2021 spent an average of how many hours a day on mobile apps? a) 2.4 hours b) 4.4 hours c) 6.4 hours

 

– Tom St. Amand (Column #365)

ANSWERS: 1 – Snow White; 2 – Wiltshire Park; 3 – 8 billion; 4 – 10:00 am to 8:00 pm; 5 – North; 6 – Jack the Ripper; 7 – False; 8 – Windows; 9 – Panda; 10 – 4.4 hours

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