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Every day, I walk down to the waterfront and see ships anchored on in the bay. Giant ships arriving from all over the world on a daily basis, anchored out there for several days at a time. When the crews on those ships look out at our $65 million plus premier tourist destination waterfront, what […]
Police officer who left handgun in car gets absolute discharge A Thunder Bay city police officer who had his firearm stolen from his vehicle last year has received an absolute discharge Thunder Bay Police Service Sgt. James Glena appeared in court last week where the discharge was ordered as part of the finding of guilt. […]
How are things going down on Water Street? You know, in the Chronicle Journal neighbourhood? Hmmm…still trashy Even across the street..on railway property Still on the Water Street Railway property..lots of paper trash visible from the Pearl Street crossing. If I could legally walk down there, I am sure I would see much more. Lots […]
Always make me nervous to see electrical cable running up/along metal. Crack in the insulation could electrify the steel… but what do I know… The mural in front of the Waverley Library better than most murals by Die Active. I believe this light post has been out of action for quite a long time…maybe its […]
Not sure if this is working. I pointed this damaged button before. Looks like our city crews have not got around to repairing it yet. Catchbasin ice. Not an unusual site at this trash can. Looks like someone is putting their household trash in a public trash can Ahhh…the joys of being property owners around the […]
City cash sought to return ship; Museum group claims vessel is an investment The Lakehead Transportation Museum Society is climbing into the wheel house of the City of Thunder Bay on Monday, with a request for money to bring the Alexander Henry home to the city’s port. The vessel, which has been serving as a […]
Status of Women spent $1.1 million to create new office for minister: documents Status of Women Minister Patty Hajdu approved a $1.1-million price tag to build a new suite of offices for herself and her staff earlier this year, even though she was told the cost might raise some eyebrows. Hajdu wanted her new office […]
How do perfectly profitable companies end up going bankrupt? Trying to make as much money for the shareholders as possible. Trying to make as much money for company executives as possible. All at the expense of the employees who will lose their jobs. their pensions if they had one, their severance pay..they will lose everything. Sears […]
Thunder Bay – Art Gallery Explanation Falls Short…But It Does Not Matter. It Never Did. Its All About The Money.
Art Gallery chair outlines waterfront plan, explains rejection of Eaton’s site The gallery’s board and staff have planned for the future. In 2010 we completed a feasibility study and determined that construction of a new facility at the waterfront made more economic sense than renovating our current facility. A waterfront location would also provide exceptional […]
The truth about what is happening in Syria. The truth about what is happening in Aleppo. Everything you are reading and watching in the mainstream media about the war in Syria is a lie. Its fake news. All of it. That is why, the editorial in Friday’s Chronicle Journal is a huge pile of bullshit. […]