Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Not sure what type of duck this is. MV BBC Peru MV Federal Champlain Crows were freaking out. This is why. The things tou see in a Thunder Bay park. Still nothing.  October looms. Trees are at their most colourful right now. Trash in context Trash in context One day left

Ontario – Second Wave Or Still First Wave?

Ontario ‘officially in second-wave of COVID-19,’ says Ford \With cases of COVID-19 surging in Ontario, Premier Doug Ford said Ontario is officially in the second-wave, and how severe this wave will be depends on the actions of everyone in the province. “Ontario is now in the second wave of COVID-19,” Ford said during his daily […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

I wonder if I will live long enough to see this space used for something…anything? Pretty good looking rye bread. No takers so far. Bread is something you need to stay away from if you want to lose weight. Private parking lot getting paved. Public parking lot not getting paved. Same view I take everyday. […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Trash in context Sometimes trash can have an interesting shape…after its been run over a few times. Does not quite fit Mask trash in context Sigh… Came across a bag of needles Looks like this is a favourite spot to inject Thunder Bay repair My last gelato in the Red River Road Streatery. Pretty sure […]

Ontario – Facsim Continues To Rear Its Ugly Head Once More

OPP stepping up COVID-19 enforcement Those flouting Ontario’s stricter gathering limits could face the consequences, Ontario Provincial Police are warning. The OPP says it will enforce new social gathering limits of 10 people indoors and 25 outdoors introduced Sept. 19, including through the use of new powers. Police officers now have the authority to temporarily close any […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Yellow bag trash in context This is it?  Councillor Shelby ‘Cha’ Ch’ng is not going to be happy. Trash in context I always think of the Doobie Brothers song Long Train Running when I see one of thes rail cars. Well the Illinois Central And the Southern Central Freight Gotta keep on pushin’ Mama ‘Cause […]

The World – Virus-Sniffing Dogs Used At Helsinki Airport

Coronavirus-Sniffing Dogs Used At Helsinki Airport To Detect Infected Travelers Coronavirus-sniffing dogs are being used at Helsinki Airport in Finland to detect infected passengers. A pilot program with ten coronavirus-sniffing canines began work on Wednesday (Sept. 23) to detect infections using travelers’ sweat. The dogs allow the airport to “speed up the process of identifying those […]

Thunder Bay – What Makes A Community A First Nation Community?

Indigenous Food Circles shape food sovereignty Last Thursday the Indigenous Food Circle hosted a live event on Zoom to announce and discuss recent projects assisted by their partnership with the Thunder Bay District Health Unit. Working with 14 First Nation communities, including Fort William, Bjinjitiwaabik Zaaging Anishinaabek and Red Rock Indian Band, this collaborative project […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

A grey day. All bicycles should have a bell. The rider can use it to warn pedestrians walking on the sidewalk that they are approaching from behind.  It works. I don’t believe that the waterfront hotel ever used this gate. Why is all this used tissue scattered all over the back 40s of the Pool […]

Canada – Fascism Rears Its Ugly Head

Remember that a positive virus test not prove that you have an active virus in your system or are contagious.  Plus as many as 30% of the positive results are false. Yes, this is Canada now. Forced arrests in the name of “public interest”.  What is in the “public interest?”  I expect the government’s definition […]