Contest winner serves up correct answers

Marla Rivard, a secretary in Food Services, served up all the right answers in winning Monday’s DailyNews trivia contest.

By identifying the fictional settings of a number of Canadian television shows, she earned a prize package studded with UWindsor logos, including a pair of photo frames, pens, a leather luggage tag, a t-shirt, a chef’s apron and boxed chocolates, plus a special quilted bag to carry it all—courtesy of the special events manager in the Office of the President.

Rivard’s name was drawn at random from all the respondents who correctly noted that Corner Gas was set in Dog River, Johnny Test in Porkbelly, Little Mosque on the Prairie in Mercy, North of 60 in Lynx River, The Red Green Show in Possum Lake, SCTV in Melonville, and Wind at My Back in New Bedford.