Find the answers to the following questions on pages 8 and 9. Part 1 of the quiz ran in our Wednesday paper. Find it online at nsnews.com if you missed it.
1) West Vancouver's Morgan Rielly got a job in Toronto this year that involves a great deal of physical work and that, for now, pays him nothing. It's one of the most coveted jobs in the country. Who hired him? (July 1)
2) Right now the North Shore has two of these. A plan floated by a federal panel this past summer would create a third, connecting North Vancouver to Burnaby. What is it? (July 4)
3) Eagle, Osprey and Kestrel were officially welcomed to North Vancouver to great fanfare June 28. Originating in Turkey, these giants are the largest of their kind in British Columbia, and will be put to work helping to prevent oil spills. What are they? (July 6)
4) On July 4, scientists announce they had found something deep under France and Switzerland that helped clarify the origins of the universe. What was it? (July 8)
5) With the help of the District of West Vancouver, volunteers have put tens of thousands of dollars and countless hours into a habitat upgrade in Memorial Park. What delicious, iconic animal is supposed to get a boost from their efforts? (July 13)
6) Jenny Chau and Ben Lai tied the knot on top of Grouse Mountain in August. What expensive liquid did they refuse to have at their wedding, in a bid to promote sustainability? (July 20)
7) What nine-person team sport did North Vancouver's Lauren Wilkinson win silver in at the London Olympics Aug. 2? (Aug. 3)
8) What kind of animal fell out of a tree in North Vancouver resident Jan Bailey's backyard July 30, prompting the startled homeowner to take quick action to save its life, and later launch an effort to find its owner? Hint: It doesn't do well in trees. (Aug. 3)
9) What does busker Babe Cole say is her constitutional right to use in the City of North Vancouver's Civic Plaza? (Aug. 5)
10) What was found on the left front leg of North Vancouver equestrian Tiffany Foster's horse that disqualified her from competition at the London Summer Games? (Aug. 8)
11) What did thieves steal from Lonsdale Avenue's grizzly statue over the summer? About 120 people had been involved in making it. Fortunately, the theft occurred during warm weather. (Aug. 15)
12) Why did police express shock when a 24-year-old hiker from Vancouver left Capilano Canyon by bus following an unusual incident Aug. 8, declining their assistance? (Aug. 22)
13) What high-tech upgrade did West Vancouver add to its bylaw enforcement vehicle this summer, drawing the ire of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association? (Aug. 24)
14) In August, North Vancouver librarian Ian Cunliffe travelled from Sparwood, near the Alberta border, to Vancouver in protest of the province's Bill 22, which suspended teachers' earlier job action. What was unusual about the way he made the trip? (Aug. 29)
15) North Vancouver's Melissa Marie Peters appeared on a high-profile Canadian game show in October, where the main prize has no cash value. What was the show called? (Aug. 31)
16) Metro Vancouver has announced it will be installing 150 car-fuelling stations throughout the region in the near future, but the vast majority of vehicles can't use them. Why not? (Sept. 5)
17) It took a crew of 20 firefighters to put out a fire that broke out in Lions Bay on the night of Sept. 8. Even though the ruined property was uninsured, inspectors don't expect it to cost the owners a dime to repair the damage. Why not? (Sept. 12)
18) What exploded inside the wall of a Westhill home Sept. 10 that likely saved much of the house from destruction? (Sept. 14)
19) Thanks to a bylaw passed in September, residents of the City of North Vancouver are allowed to keep a new species of pet, but only if the pets are female. What animal is now allowed? (Sept. 19) 20) What did customers and patrons rally to buy for a former barista at the Tim Hortons on West Queens Road? She couldn't afford to obtain it herself, even though the item itself was free. What was it? (Sept. 28)
21) According to scientists, what small animal has taken up permanent residence in Howe Sound for the first time in decades, bringing with it dolphins, whales and other mammals? (Sept. 30)
22) What major Vancouver attraction is "very interested" in creating a satellite location on the City of North Vancouver waterfront, according to Mayor Darrell Mussatto? It would likely bring with it a great deal more water. (Oct. 17)
23) What did Robin Tomlin receive in person from the North Vancouver school district Oct. 22, 42 years after he graduated from Argyle secondary? A precious thing, perhaps, but of no monetary value. (Oct. 24)
24) Former West Vancouver police chief Kash Heed and West Vancouver MLA Joan McIntyre went public in October to say what organism should be made legal in B.C.?
25) Some 200 people gathered outside the office of North Vancouver MLA Naomi Yamamoto Oct. 24 to voice their fear of what kind of boats? (Oct. 26)
26) Despite voicing dismay and even anger at Richardson International's plans to vastly expand its grain terminal on Low Level Road, the City of Vancouver will not quash the project. Why not? (Oct. 28)
27) Capilano University recently swapped out small devices all over its North Vancouver campus for newer models that do the same thing but cost three to four times as much. The change, perhaps counter intuitively, is intended to save money. What has the school been installing? (Oct. 31)
28) What 20,000-hectare North Shore asset is on lease to Metro Vancouver until 2986 A.D.?
29) What $47-million piece of North Shore infrastructure was revalued at $20 recently, prompting howls of outrage from the District of West Vancouver? (Nov. 7)
30) What worldwide phenomenon will make the proposed location of the North Shore's new sewage plant - at the base of Pemberton Avenue - a risky choice, according to one District of North Vancouver councillor? (Nov. 16)
31) Under a plan adopted last month, how does Metro Vancouver propose to make money from the North Shore's drinking water - without selling it? (Dec. 2)
32) By roughly what percentage has car theft in B.C. risen in the past eight years? (Dec. 2)
33) Neptune terminals wants to vastly increase the flow of a widely used plant product through its North Vancouver terminal, a move that environmental groups say would help accelerate climate change. What inedible, non-wooden product are they targeting? (Dec. 7)
34) Why did rescue crews propose to cook bacon in the forest as a way of finding a victim who had been missing on Mount Seymour for two weeks? (Dec. 9)
35) A tower recently OK'd for North Vancouver's Seylynn neighbourhood will set a record if built according to plan. What title will it earn, upon completion? (Dec. 12)
36) What has the District of North Vancouver decided to rebuild roughly two kilometres from a functionally identical project in the city, rather than pool resources to create a single, large facility? (Dec. 14)
37) What dramatic, destructive phenomenon complicated a federal announcement of playground funding at West Vancouver's John Lawson Park Dec. 17, but failed to cancel the event? (Dec. 19)
1) The Toronto Maple Leafs
2) A new federal riding
4) The Higgs boson, a.k.a. the God particle
6) Shark fin soup
7) Women's eight rowing
8) A fish (specifically a cichlid aquarium fish)
9) An amplifier
10) A cut
11) Its sweater
12) He had just fallen in - a drop of about 45 metres.
13) Licence-plate-reading cameras
14) It was on foot - broken into 22 marathons .
15) The Bachelor Canada
16) They're charging stations for electric cars .
17) It was a forest fire.
18) A water pipe. The leak helped contain a fire.
20) A new kidney
22) The Vancouver Aquarium
23) An apology
25) Oil tankers
26) It's under federal jurisdiction.
27) Low-energy LEDs
28) The Capilano Watershed (Nov. 4)
29) The Horseshoe Bay ferry terminal
30) Climate change
31) By using it to generate power.
32) It hasn't risen; it's dropped by 67 per cent.
33) Coal (we never said how old the plants were)
34) The victim was Ohly the Bernese mountain dog, reportedly a fan of pork products
35) The North Shore's tallest building
36) A pool
37) A storm surge that flooded and forced the closure of much of the community's waterfront.
Page 3) Mount Seymour's new quad chair; A belly flop. Moody was competing at the 2012 World Championship Belly Splash at the North Shore Winter Club; A white sturgeon. It washed up in Dundarave in early July, likely from the Fraser River.
Page 9) Bees