One part of our 2013 news quiz.

Test your knowledge of 2013 in this Kitimat and provincial news quiz

You get a chance at a free subscription for submitting your answers to us at the Northern Sentinel.

In the Northern Sentinel’s January 1 issue we are running two quizzes, one covering provincial news and another covering local Kitimat news.

Here is a link to the two pages of the quiz. Either clip out and send in the quizzes with your answers circled from the newspaper or an online print-out, or e-mail your answers to advertising@northernsentinel.com for a chance to win a year’s subscription to the Northern Sentinel.

We must get both the provincial and Kitimat quizzes from you in order for you to be entered into the contest.

If you do e-mail in your entry please make sure to include your name and a phone number for us to contact you if you are the winner.

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CMHC defends mortgage stress test changes amid calls for loosening rules

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