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Question 1: Yorkton is home to a branch of the Saskatchewan Western Development Museum[1], which houses a number of exhibits depicting pioneer life in the town and on the surrounding ________.
SteppeIowaPrairieKansas

Question 2: According to the ________:[21]
InuitCanada 2006 CensusCanada 2001 CensusCanada 1996 Census

Question 3: A group of settlers from York County, ________, established the York City settlement in 1882.
QuebecOntarioCanadaBritish Columbia

Question 4: Law was born without arms as a consequence of his mother's use of the prescription ________ while pregnant.
MethotrexateLeflunomideLenalidomideThalidomide

Question 5: Founded and incorporated in 1882 by a group of settlers from ________, it has grown to 15,038 residents as of the 2006 census.
QuebecBritish ColumbiaOntarioManitoba

Question 6: Brent Fedyk, born March 3, 1967 in Yorkton was drafted in the first round, 8th overall, by the Detroit Red Wings in the ________.
1985 NHL Entry Draft1990 NHL Entry Draft1984 NHL Entry Draft1989 NHL Entry Draft

Question 7: Honourable Madam Justice Constance Hunt was born 1951 in Yorkton, attended the University of Saskatchewan and received her Master of Law degree from ________.
Harvard UniversityRutgers UniversityBrown UniversityHarvard Crimson

Question 8: [46] In 2006, it was reported that she was one of three "short list" candidates to be recommended to be appointed to the ________ replacing the retired justice, John C. Major.
Governor General of CanadaSupreme Court of CanadaPolitics of CanadaNational Gallery of Canada

Question 9: Among the present users is a Gliding Centre, operated for the ________.
Canadian ForcesRoyal Canadian Sea CadetsCadet Instructors CadreRoyal Canadian Air Cadets

Question 10: ________ born June 24, 1982, in Melville and the family moved to Yorkton at a young age.
Ľubomír VišňovskýNick SchultzMatt GreeneJarret Stoll







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