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Thunder Bay – Saskatoon’s Remai Modern Art Gallery

Saskatoon’s new art gallery gets nod in article in the New York Times Saskatoon’s Remai Modern Art Gallery has been named in a New York Times article — along with a new addition of the Louvre Museum in Abu Dhabi — as places to see this year. In the annual article which lists the top […]

The World – The Slow March To Nuclear Armageddon

If you have been paying attention to the US Government’s push toward World War 3, then you might have noticed the “Blame Russia” mantra that has been repeated by President Obama and his fellow war mongers on an hourly basis.  It matters not that there zero evidence that Russia has had any hand in the […]

Thunder Bay – Conservatory

Conservatory renewal takes first step The city is planting seeds this week that will grow into a renewed conservatory. A Request For Proposals closes Friday that will choose a consultant to investigate the future of the Centennial Botanical Conservatory. The conservatory has undergone limited improvement since it was built in 1967 for Canada’s centennial anniversary celebrations. […]

Thunder Bay - Chihuly Exhibit In Toronto

Thunder Bay – Chihuly Exhibit In Toronto

One of the things that my family and I did in Toronto over the Christmas holidays was go to the Royal Ontario Museum to see the Chihuly Exhibit.   Glass.  Amazing sculptures made of coloured glass. I took quite a few photos but none of the do the exhibit justice.   I tried.  It was […]

Thunder Bay – Waterfront Rink

Waterfront rink usage down, officials say The first year the city saw about 24,000 skaters. Since then it has dropped a little bit, but they average somewhere between 18,000 and 20,000 skaters from Nov. 15 to March 15. “We are pretty happy with the numbers and people using the park,” Ball said. “Previously, nobody came […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

I guess if your head is covered by birds, you do not need a hat.  Scarf is nice though. Somehow, the scarf makes the thing far less scary looking. I have said this many times before…I hate it when companies push snow from private parking lots and driveways onto public property. The much hyped and […]

The World – Who Benefits From A War Against Russia?

An interesting article that may shed some light on what is happening south of the border right now. Will Donald Trump Be allowed to take office on January 20, 2017? Will a major false flag event, blamed on Russia (US power grid shutdown), keep Obama in power? Could happen. The table is being set for […]