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City faces decision on Marina Park pedestrian bridge A familiar landmark faces an uncertain future as city council debates the fate of the pedestrian overpass at Marina Park. Coun. Aldo Ruberto wants to get rid of the aging structure, but without a ready alternative, others were hesitant a major entrance to Prince Arthur’s Landing. City […]
Snowy, overcast day. Nothing to see here. Some people do not understand that garbage cans/bags cannot be placed on snowbanks. Yet we are still going to get more snow this weekend. Not sure where that snow is going to be deposited. Falling snow gets in the way of photography. Looking for colour any place I […]
New fund to help homeowners remove lead pipes A new fund is set to help Thunder Bay homeowners with the cost of replacing lead water pipes, in an effort to address the issue of contamination in the city’s drinking water. The city estimates 8,700 local homes have lead water service connections. Exposure to the metal is […]
North-South cycling link first casualty of 2020 budget Coun. Mark Bentz painted a grim picture of the city’s finances, saying council can’t afford to keep building new infrastructure. “This is another bridge we’re building – we can’t even pay for the bridges we own,” he said. – tbnewswatch read full article here I remember Mr. […]
Poo bag Snow pile towers over fence Interesting cloud formation. I decided to take a photo of it from here just in case it had moved too far south before I got to the lakeshore. Why I no longer use the pedestrian overpass. Looks like there is still open water past the breakwater. Not for […]
I wonder if the building being the Exxxxtacy Superstore has anything to do with the giant icicle hanging from its roof? My son said that he prefers colour over black and white sooo I left some photos in colour. Had too. I could not resist. Dog was barking and whining for well over a half […]
Immigration Pilot looks to create sustainable workforce in city It is estimated that the city of Thunder Bay will require between 360 and 1,800 new people per year to maintain a sustainable population and workforce. A pilot project that began late last year is looking to make attracting and keeping new workers in the region […]
Things are starting to get much clearer. Its all about the oil… How The US Runs Iraq
Running out of room to put the snow. That narrow windrow between the street and sidewalk cannot hold any more snow. Any snow placed on top simply falls down. Looks like this spot is a favourite dining place for locals. It would be nice if the diners take their trash with them when they leave. […]
Interesting. The first story of the news report provides an alternative explanation as to why the US assassinated Soleimani. Is it possible that the real reason for the killing was to protect the petrodollar? It makes sense to me.