The World – The Number of “No Go Zones” In Sweden Increases

A late report by Swedish Police says the number of vulnerable zones in the country has jumped to 23. The areas often described in Swedish media as ‘no-go zones’ have sprung up across the country. The report says that the parallel social structure has emerged in those areas with police facing difficulties carrying out their […]

The World – World’s Most Powerful Criminal Cartel Isn’t The One You Think About When Someone Mentions Criminal Cartel

There is a criminal cartel that is above the law. Members of the cartel can commit crime at will without any worrying about going to jail. No worry about be prosecuted. Laws do not apply to this criminal cartel. This cartel is not only above the law, but it is beyond the reach of governments. […]

The World – Glyphosate And Autism – Is There A Connection?

Does Glyphosate (type the word “glyphosate” into the search window to read previous posts on the subject), the main ingredient in Monsanto’s infamous Roundup product, contribute to the rising rates of Autism we are seeing around the world?  Vaccines and Roundup? This all brings us back to the previous post, Our Food Is Killing Us. […]

Thunder Bay – Spirit Garden M.I.A. On National Aboriginal Day

From a Letter to the Editor in the Chronicle Journal… As the sun rises on National Aboriginal Day Smoke from the ceremonial smudge drifts lazily about water and fruit set out on the picnic table, blessing these things to our bodies’ use.  The scents of sweetgrass and tobacco waft through those gathered ’round. The voice […]

The World – Polio Vaccine Causes Polio In Unvaccinated Syrian Children

Hmmmm…something very interesting here.. Polio Paralyzes 17 Children in Syria, W.H.O. Says At least 17 children in eastern Syria have been paralyzed from a recently confirmed outbreak of polio, the World Health Organization said Tuesday, punctuating the health risks to a population ravaged by more than six years of war. It is the second outbreak […]

Thunder Bay - A Few More Things I Noticed In Marina Park Recently

Thunder Bay – A Few More Things I Noticed In Marina Park Recently

The City of Thunder Bay is buying a driving simulator so that city employees can improve their driving skills.  What you see in the above photo is  City of Thunder Bay vehicle parked facing on-coming traffic. Parked facing the wrong direction. This is, of course, a bad thing, yet not at all an uncommon sight […]

The World – McDonalds In US Replacing 2,500 Cashiers With Digital Cashiers. Will Ontario Be Far Behind?

A very pertinent article from  ZeroHedge.com.  Ontario is going to raise the minimum wage to $15/hr. If you don’t think that fast food outlets are just going to sit back and take a cut in their profit margin, you are sooo mistaken. Automation was always coming but now, it will be coming that much sooner. […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Thunder Bay Knuckle-Draggers were out Wednesday night… Wednesday morning..ready for concrete Thursday morning. Wednesday morning…ready for concrete Thursday morning   Work on the Marina Park caboose continues.. Pedestrian crosswalk striping work completed. What’s with the burn marks? Yes, the thermoplastic pavement markings are applied to the asphalt using heat. Still….if its burnt then something is wrong…and […]

Thunder Bay - Butterflies And Dragonflies

Thunder Bay – Butterflies And Dragonflies

Canadian Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly Silvery Blue Butterfly?  Chalk Fronted Corporal Dragonfly

Thunder Bay - North Core Bell Fibre Optic Cable Installation Update

Thunder Bay – North Core Bell Fibre Optic Cable Installation Update

Remember that mess the contractor made of the north core sidewalks while installing Bell Fibre Optic Cable?  The work went on over late, late fall and early winter. Anyway, it looks like the resulting damage done to the publicly owned infrastructure is severe enough to require removal and replacement. I wonder who is going to […]