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Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Sometimes I wonder why the City of Thunder Bay bothers plowing the sidewalks after a snowstorm. After the driveway has been cleared of snow, the sidewalk is now impassable for many pedestrians.  Its obvious. I think the pills were Methylphenidate. Amazing how many empty pill containers I see around this city. Lots of these disposable […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Not the best day for photography. Overcast produces a flat landscape. No shadows, no definition. You still have to try.  You just never know. More examples of what pedestrians are up against when it comes to sidewalks after a snowfall. Snow Bunting.  This one seems to be hanging around the same area.  Maybe it has […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday - First Day Of 2020

Thunder Bay – Wednesday – First Day Of 2020

Time to start the New Year off complaining about something.  A fresh snowfall produces two of my favourite targets: on street parking and pushing snow back onto a sidewalk just cleared of snow. I still maintain that owners of vehicles that park on streets that are not covered by calendar parking should be responsible for […]

Thunder Bay - First Murder Of The New Year

Thunder Bay – First Murder Of The New Year

Police investigating New Year’s Day murder The Thunder Bay Police Service’s Major Crimes Unit is currently investigating a homicide that took place in the morning hours of Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2020. Officers with the Uniform Patrol Branch were originally dispatched to a home in the 200 block of Victoria Avenue West just after 7 a.m. […]

Thunder Bay – Is Our Judicial System A Joke?

Accused in Amelia Street assault involved in two past deaths Fox pleaded guilty to aggravated assault after the 2012 death of her boyfriend, Moses Meekis Kakekagumick. Her lawyer submitted that Fox’s actions had been in self-defense. An initial charge of second-degree murder was withdrawn, after expert pathologists could not say beyond a reasonable doubt that Fox’s actions were responsible for Kakekagumick’s death. […]