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Question 1: Northern Ontario is the part of the province of Ontario which lies north of Lake Huron (including ________), the French River and Lake Nipissing.
Georgian BayManitoulin IslandSimcoe County, OntarioCollingwood, Ontario

Question 2: Logan in Overtime (1990), by ________
TorontoLeonard CohenCanada ReadsPaul Quarrington

Question 3: While still in the exploration phase, there have been some exciting finds that could bring prosperity to the region and the ________ communities in that area.
Métis people (Canada)InuitFirst NationsCanada

Question 4: The Neanderthal Parallax (2002–2003), trilogy by ________
Alternate historyRobert J. SawyerScience fictionIsaac Asimov

Question 5: ________ (1996–2001, CBC)
Ghost Rider: Travels on the Healing RoadRoad to AvonleaCanadian Broadcasting CorporationWind at My Back

Question 6: CBC, Global, Radio-Canada, ________ and E! service is received through rebroadcast transmitters of the networks' Toronto stations.

Question 7: The Liberal government of ________ in the 1980s moved several provincial agencies and ministries to Northern Ontario, including the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation (which maintains a large office in Sault Ste.
Maclean'sPeter GodsoeRogers CentreDavid Peterson

Question 8: Most recently, the ________, a major daily, ran a front page story on the issue.
Toronto StarOttawa CitizenThe Globe and MailNational Post

Question 9: The region is home to four universities: ________ in Thunder Bay, Laurentian University in Sudbury, Nipissing University in North Bay and Algoma University in Sault Ste.
McMaster UniversityLakehead UniversityQueen's UniversityCarleton University

Question 10: ________, the Conservative premier of Ontario from 1995 to 2002, represented the Northern Ontario riding of Nipissing.
Ernie EvesFrank Miller (politician)Bill DavisMike Harris

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