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Orillia: Quiz


Question 1: Orillia was the first municipality in North America to introduce ________ and had the first municipal hydro electric transmission plant in North America.
Daylight saving timeTime zoneCoordinated Universal TimeRadio clock

Question 2:
  • ________ for 89.1 FM are unknown.
    Call signMarconi StationAustraliaUnited States

Question 3: An ________ frequency was awarded at the same hearings for a tourist information station.
Amplitude modulationModulationPhase-shift keyingFrequency modulation

Question 4: Travel north on Lake Couchiching, then through three locks and the only marine railway in North America leads to ________ on Lake Huron.
Manitoulin IslandOntarioGeorgian BaySimcoe County, Ontario

Question 5: Incinerators are highly controversial generally, and are known to generate toxic emissions and to produce ash that may itself need to be quarantined as ________.
ArsenicMercury (element)PollutionHazardous waste

Question 6: Notably, in 1992 the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) cited Ogden Martin for 6,000 violations between 1989 and 1991 at its ________ incinerator alone.
Evansville, IndianaNoblesville, IndianaIndianapolisFort Wayne, Indiana

Question 7: The provincial New Democratic Party (NDP) government under Premier ________ had a strong agenda of environmental protection and quickly began to fight the initiative to build these incinerators.
David PetersonOntario New Democratic PartyDalton McGuintyBob Rae

Question 8: Both lakes are part of the ________.
Balsam Lake (Ontario)Trent–Severn WaterwayKirkfield Lift LockLake Simcoe

Question 9: Unfortunately, problems remain with the city's current approach to ________.
IncinerationRecyclingWaste managementWaste-to-energy

Question 10: From either of these Great Lakes one can connect to the St. Lawrence and thence to the ________.
Pacific OceanAtlantic OceanArctic OceanIndian Ocean

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