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Note: Each week look for “WACKY WEDNESDAY” where we will deliberately give you a wrong answer to one of Tuesday’s questions. Email us the correct answer and you get…. A PAT ON THE BACK!!

Questions for:

Thursday, April 2, 2020

In a standard deck of cards, which is the only King without a moustache?

The Matterhorn mountain peak straddles the border between which two countries?

Who is the Father of Astronomy?

How many flavours are there in Kellogg’s Fruit Loops cereal?

What Canadian Prime Minister is on the $100 note?


Answers to Wednesday’s Questions

Of Canada’s two main railways, which was created first – CPR or CNR?

Answer: CPR

The Berlin Wall fell in what year? A) 1986 B) 1989 C) 1991 or D) 1993

Answer: B 1989

What was the only thing left in Pandora’s Box after she opened it?

Answer: Hope

Donald Sutherland played what President in The Hunger Games?

Answer: President Snow

How many circles are there on the game Twister?

Answer: 24

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