year in review

QUIZ: 20 questions to test your knowledge of B.C. news in 2018

How well do you know your provincial news? Take our #BCNewsQuiz and see how you score

It’s been a busy year for news in B.C.

From the opioid crisis to natural disasters to the Sedin twins retiring from the Vancouver Canucks – there was seemingly a little something of interest for everyone.

But how much do you remember?

Take our interactive quiz below and see how you score.Then challenge your friends on social media.


– Compiled by John Arendt, Editor of the Summerland Review

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