My buddies. The Bell fibre optic cable installation at the corner of Red River Road. This north core business has a barrier in front of its door almost continually since early December. That is just how small business friendly the City of Thunder Bay is. Who at City Hall allowed a contractor to start this work in […]
The former Eaton’s building in the north core. You can see the saw marks on the limestone exterior red tablecloth hard to paint bricks animal tracks on the lake This life ring is on the Waterfront Plaza. No life rings on Pier 3 (not really piers) though. Why is that? Melt water pouring off […]
Watched this morning and…well….
The World – Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. Announces The World Mercury Project’s $100,000 Challenge With Goal Of Stopping Use Of Highly Toxic Mercury In Vaccines
This should be easy money for all those scientists and government health officials that claim that the mercury in vaccines is perfectly safe. Soo…here you go people. Just send in your study that you have that shows that mercury is perfectly safe to be used in vaccines. I await their response. How long should take […]
DHS INSIDER SAYS IT’S SPY VS SPY VL (VicturusLibertas.com) has been fortunate enough to work with some awesome people! We have loyal and awakened followers who help bring us information, and we also have trusted insiders, whistleblowers and leakers who trust us enough to give us information, too. Today, we have an exclusive interview with a special […]
A quick look at the snow sculpture event now happening down on the waterfront. Thursday Friday Going to be hot on Saturday. It will be interesting to see what the heat will do to the snow sculptures.
James interviews J. Michael Springmann on the visas for terrorists program by the CIA. (originally broadcast back on March 30, 2015). Fifteen of the nineteen 9/11 hijackers entered the US with visas issued by the US consulate in Jedda, Saudi Arabia. Note: audio podcast.
Thunder Bay industries, residents using less electricity Thunder Bay Hydro is selling less electricity in recent years, due in part to the success of energy conservation programs. Data obtained by tbnewswatch.com shows that power consumption as measured by Thunder Bay Hydro totalled 937 million kilowatt hours last year, a decline of about 12 per cent […]