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  1. Garry Trudeau is married to Jane Pauley.
  2. Villeneuve means "New Town" in French.
  3. The Afghan Hound is often ranked as the dumbest of all purebred dogs.
  4. Intelligent Design is a scientific and religious theory that opposes the theory of evolution.
  5. The village of MacTier was named for A. D. MacTier, the superintendent of the CPR's eastern division.
  6. Scott Adams is the creator of the comic strip Dilbert.
  7. At the Autumnal Equinox, the sun appears to move across the equator from the North Hemisphere to the South.
  8. The Bloody Caesar was developed by Walter Chell at the bar in Calgary's Westin Hotel.
  9. The Canadian Shield is made up of bare rock and coniferous forests dating back to the Precambrian Era.
  10. Passion fruit, also called granadilla, was originally grown in Brazil; it now grows in other warm regions.
  11. E.D. Smith Garden Cocktail is now called Mott's Garden Cocktail.
  12. Vodka is a strong, clear, colorless liquor, usually distilled from fermented grain.
  13. A boysenberry is a hybrid of a blackberry, raspberry and loganberry.
  14. Honey bees have hair on their eyes.
  15. Bala is home to two of the major cranberry growing areas in Canada.
  16. Tequila is made from fermented juices obtained from the hearts of blue agave plants.
  17. Sugar maple trees don't usually flower until they are at least 22 years old.
  18. The Red Maple, or Acer rubrum, is also known as scarlet maple and swamp maple.
  19. Grant Moore, Moe Galand and Gary Milroy were the MGM line for the Orillia Terriers.
  20. Gitche Gumee means "big water" in the Ojibwe language.
  21. Qanik is the Inuit word for snowflake. Aput means snow on the ground.
  22. The 65th Grey Cup game in 1977 is sometimes called "The Ice Bowl."
  23. The body temperature of a hibernating chipmunk is 41-45°F.
  24. A "raise" in curling is when one stone is bumped ahead by another stone.
  25. The average lifespan of a chipmunk is 1.3 years.
  26. A red squirrel can live up to 7 years in the wild.
  27. One of the early Virginia Slims models was leggy supermodel, Cheryl Tiegs.
  28. Severed Heads is an Australian band that was formed in the late 1970s.
  29. "Frost" is an Old English word from the Germanic word "freusan."
  30. Human thigh bones are stronger than concrete.
  31. Peanuts are one of the ingredients in dynamite.
  32. Pete Townsend almost married Princess Margaret. Captain Pete Townsend that is.
  33. The human heart will beat about 3 million times in a lifetime.
  34. Henry the Navigator started his explorations from the Algarve in Portugal.
  35. Muskoka (not plural) averages about 50 cm of snow in the month of February.
  36. The majority of the world supply of cashmere comes from Afghanistan, Iran, Outer Mongolia, India, and China.
  37. The Ontario Teachers Pension Plan owns the majority share of Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment. And the Leafs suck.
  38. Cape Breton's Cabot Trail is named for the explorer, John Cabot.
  39. HRT or, High RiseTerminals, is the technical term for "up-talk."
  40. A baby loon travels on its parent's back for about two weeks after being born.
  41. The Chelsea bun was created in the 18th century at the Bun House of Chelsea, London.
  42. A googol is the number 10 raised to the power 100, or number 1 followed by 100 zeros.
  43. Steve Wozniak and Steve Jobs are the founders of Apple Computer Inc.
  44. Elvis Costello, the Pretenders, and the Talking Heads played Mosport in August, 1980.
  45. A dragonfly has a life span of 24 hours.
  46. The first Adirondack chair was designed by Thomas Lee in 1903.
  47. Vanna White has been spinning the Wheel of Fortune since December 1982.
  48. A conventional septic system is composed of a septic tank and a soil filter called a leaching bed.
  49. In 1915, Benjamin Holt's Caterpillar tractors were used by the Allies in World War I.
  50. Subaru is the Japanese word for "unite" and for the star cluster Pleiades that is depicted in the company logo.

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