TEST YOUR KNOWLEDGE OF A CANADIAN HERO

How much do you know about Terry Fox? Send your five correct answers to [email protected] for a chance to win two tickets to a Stingers football game. 1. What kind of cancer was Terry Fox first diagnosed with? a) Osteogenic sarcoma b) Pleural mesothelioma c) Hodgkin’s disease 2.

How much do you know about Terry Fox? Send your five correct answers to [email protected] for a chance to win two tickets to a Stingers football game.

1. What kind of cancer was Terry Fox first diagnosed with?

a) Osteogenic sarcoma
b) Pleural mesothelioma
c) Hodgkin’s disease

2. How many days into his run across Canada was Terry Fox forced to stop?

a) 96 days
b) 143 days
c) 227 days

3. Where was Fox born?

a) Charlottetown
b) Vancouver
c) Winnipeg

4. What are Fox’s parents’ names?

a) Betty and Rolly
b) Suzie and Roger
c) Janet and Bill

5. What is the Terry Fox Run also known as?

a) Walk for Life
b) Marathon of Hope
c) Hero Run

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