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Here is more information regarding the Nipigon River bridge failure. Strong wind gust apparently played a major roll in the uplifting of the bridge deck. Someone working for BOT Construction has some ‘splainin to do. Next time someone insinuates that engineers are gods and their reports/recommendations shall never be challenged, remember this event. Although they […]
When I first read this article, I thought it was a joke. Seriously… Newly constructed Nipigon River Bridge splits in cold The newly-constructed Nipigon River Bridge has split in the cold, cutting the only transportation link between Eastern and Western Canada. The Ontario Provincial Police closed Highway 11-17 indefinitely at the bridge around 3:05 p.m. Sunday when bolts […]
Instead of everyone focusing on the climate change argument…instead of Big Pharma rolling out dozens of vaccines to “protect” us from dozens of mostly harmless viruses such as measles and chicken pox…maybe, just maybe, we need to focus our attention on drug-resistant bacteria. Maybe we need Big Pharma to produce fewer vaccines and more antibiotics. […]
Well, we all know what project the City of Thunder Bay is going to ask the Federal and Provincial governments to fund. There is only one shovel-ready project in the city and I am sure that is not by accident. Are there other city facilities that need replacing? Sure. Even if you include the Fort […]
This whole carbon tax/credit scheme is going to do nothing to stop or even slow the production of greenhouse gas emissions. The carbon tax/credit system is specifically designed to take money out of the pockets of the consumers/taxpayers and put that sweet sweet cash into the pockets of the very industries that are creating all […]
Sunday night, Roger’s Hometown Hockey will be broadcast live from Thunder Bay. I look forward to Mayor’s Corner where our fearless leader will be informing the country about the cities hopes and dreams for the coming year.
Walked through the site this morning. Not much local stuff around. Almost everything you see came in on the Rogers Trucks. Hopefully local food vendors will be allowed on the site. Events such as this are supposed to benefit the entire city, not just the restaurant and bar that are located in the City of […]
Jonathon Pies Year in review…Warning…he swears.. a lot.
Another long weekend and another long weekend of Tbaytel keeping the Water Street outside northbound lane closed. Even when there are no workers on site. Unfortunately, its not possible to safely open the lane without the City of Thunder Bay sending a grader down to remove the snow and ice that has accumulated in the […]