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Kovisto said workers are seeking wages that would put them on par with bus drivers in both Sudbury and Sault Ste. Marie, though couldn’t say how much of a percentage increase they’re looking at. The last time I checked, Thunder Bay Transit operates in the City of Thunder Bay. Not Sault Ste. Marie. Not Sudbury. […]
Apparently, if you want a copy of the agreement between the City of Thunder Bay and the waterfront restaurant, you have to file a Freedom of Information request. Then, you need to get the owners of the restaurant to agree to make that agreement public. Why would it be a secret? What is in there […]
I do not believe that this can go on forever. What goes up has always come down. Always.
Something you might find interesting from south of the border. I know American but all those underreported stories affect the whole world….which includes Canada…most of the time. Scary. Its all very scary.
City transit customers enjoy new bus shelters. They are a godsend with these record setting windchill temperatures. Thanks go out to Brad Loroff, Transit Manager, who ensured that the Brook McIlroy, the successful bidder, met their November 1, 2013 contract completion date. I’d hate to think what waiting for a bus in these temperatures would […]
The triumph of common sense Thursday, January 2, 2014 AS we enter a new year there are signs that 2014 may witness the triumph of common sense. At all levels of society there are people forging practices that defy the bad habits of avoidance, obfuscation and outright nonsense. It is as if the pendulum swung […]
The City of Thunder Bay might as well have paid for this ad. I know that The Walleye is not a source for news. The world of The Walleye is a fun and happy place. That said, I believe the magazine needs to ensure that what it prints is accurate. Is the truth. When Ms. Ball says […]
The Brick: Deal or no deal? CTV Montreal Customers are up in arms after an online shopping mix up has turned sour. The company at the centre of the controversy is major home retailer, The Brick. From the evening of Dec. 24 until Christmas morning, the store’s online customers were accidentally given an additional discount […]