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The Sarnia Journal Trivia Challenge

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1 – What popular Christmas song was originally published under the title “The One Horse Open Sleigh”?

2 – Tonight, area residents are encouraged to enjoy what monthly cultural walkabout downtown?

3 – What country is the setting for the animated Disney film “Mulan”?

4 – What two Sarnia-Lambton born musicians will be performing at a concert on the evening of December 3 at the Sarnia Library?

5 – What was invented and patented first?  Airplane  Automobile  Telephone  Television

6 – The blue creature in the Twitter logo is named after which basketball legend?

7 – Located in the Northwest Territories, what is the longest river in Canada?

8 – According to Cyber Security Firms, what is currently the most hacked password?

9 – Hypoxia refers to a lack of what gas?

10 – For two points, Canadian Clara Hughes won medals in which Summer and Winter Olympic sports?

Tom St. Amand (Column #371)

 

ANSWERS: 1 – Jingle Bells; 2 – First Friday; 3 – China; 4 – Emm Gryner and Preetam Sengupta; 5 – Telephone (1876); 6 – Larry Bird; 7 – Mackenzie River; 8 – Password; 9 – Oxygen; 10 – Cycling and speed skating

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