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The Sarnia Journal trivia challenge

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1 – The Seine is the main waterway of what European capital city?


2 – Local student Cameron Ostrander, 17, recently competed in the Skills Canada National Competition in what trade?


3 – Diamonds are made from highly compressed . . .

Emeralds      Coal       Crystal


4 – A group of local residents has donated funds for a commemorative plaque honouring what Sarnia Police constable killed on duty in 1936?


5 – In terms of technology companies, what does the “I” stand for in IBM?


6 – What horse is the most recent winner of the Triple Crown?


7 – Is a “gnu” a type of animal, insect, or currency?


8 – Which song won Blake Shelton ‘Video of the Year’ at the 2018 CMT Music Awards?

  1. a) I Lived It     b) Turnin’ Me On    c) I’ll Name the Dogs


9 – What painter was inspired by the Indigenous peoples of the Northwest Coast and has an art university in Vancouver named after her?


10 – Due to their durability in all weather conditions, what candy was added to soldiers’ rations in WW II?


– Tom St. Amand (Column #195)


ANSWERS: 1 – Paris; 2- Welding; 3 – Coal; 4 – Constable Jack Lewis; 5 – International; 6 – Justify; 7 – Animal (type of antelope); 8 – c) I’ll Name the Dogs; 9 – Emily Carr; 10 – Tootsie Rolls.


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