The UVic Vikes draw a big crowd at CARSA for the preseason Canada West game in this 2017 photo. While the size of public gatherings is still restricted, COVID-19 regulations have been relaxed slightly and some people are longing for the time when they are able to congregate once again. (APShutter.com/UVicVikes)

QUIZ: Crowds and solitude

As COVID-19 restrictions have been relaxed, here’s a quiz about crowded places and isolation

Over the past week, some of the COVID-19 restrictions have been relaxed slightly in British Columbia and elsewhere in Canada.

For those who have longed for the company of others, this is a time to reconnect with loved ones, face to face.

And for those who cherish empty spaces, there are still plenty of paces where one can go to be alone.

Here are a few questions about crowded places and wide open spaces.


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