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Thunder Bay – Chippewa Carousel Hits Goal With Goal With $200K From City

Chippewa Carousel hits goal with $200k from city Visitors to Chippewa Park will experience the carousel in its full glory next summer, after Thunder Bay City Council approved $200,000 in funding to help restore the historic amenity. With that contribution, the Friends of Chippewa Park will have achieved their fundraising goal of $1.2 million, allowing […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

More missing parking meters Window frost photos. Survey work continues on the proposed site for the $33 miilion PLUS waterfront art gallery. Ice photos Yes, I know but I used a different camera this time.   MV Maccoa still out there. Ski tracks MV Algoma Harvester MV Fearless and MV Federal Mosel Banana is gone. […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

One of the benefits of this time of year is the late sunrise.  I don’t have to get up at some ungodly hour to take a photo with some morning colour in it. The half-eaten banana is still there. I am amazed at this window frost.  The sun yesterday defrosted the window but as you […]

Thunder Bay – Is Bombardier Still A Private Company?

Unifor makes pitch to TTC for new order from Bombardier Unifor has warned the Toronto Transit Commission that further delays in purchasing additional streetcars from Bombardier’s Thunder Bay plant will jeopardize the facility’s future. The union’s Ontario director, Naureen Rizvi, made a deputation Monday to the TTC board during the commission’s budget deliberations. “If Mayor [John] […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Vomit or spilled drink?   MV Maccoa MV CSL Laurentien MV Heerengracht and MV Alina MV Federal Mosel MV Maccoa

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Tough day for photography. Overcast. Cold. Flurries. MV Heerengracht and the MV Alina MV Federal Mosel MV CSL Niagara MV Maccoa MV CSL Laurentien Sandwich tossed untouched.  Birds got at it but decided it was not worth finishing.  If birds won’t eat it, why do humans? Grapes still there.  Frozen solid.  Public art piece? Another […]

Thunder Bay - Friday the 13th

Thunder Bay – Friday the 13th

The half eaten banana today.  Interesting how the bananas are not completely black already. Window frost. Four Lincoln Continentals. Snow Bunting The MV Tecumseh leaving port The USGC Katmai Bay passing the MV Tecumseh The MV Thunder Bay moving in to replace the MV Tecumseh at the elevator. I know that I photograph this spot […]

Ontario – Teachers To Challenge Pay Caps

Teachers to challenge pay cap in court Four unions representing hundreds of thousands of Ontario teachers and educators have launched a court challenge of the Doug Ford government’s 1% annual cap on pay and benefit increases. The four union leaders said they are fighting to protect the Constitutional right of their members to free collective […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Practicing a new method for getting low to the ground shots without me having to get on my knees or bend over. Still a work in process. MV Maccoa MV CSL Welland MV Thunder Bay USCGC Katmai Bay MV Acadia Desgagnes, MV Fearless and MV Heerendgracht MV Victoriaborg MV Thunder Bay and CSL Welland MV […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Colder than yesterday.  Most of the photo subjects are the same as yesterday soooo make things a little different, I converted many of them to black and white. Half eaten banana today. I wonder why this bottle was left here? Looks to be in good shape. Not sure what ship that is. Could be the […]