Walking around down at the waterfront today, I noticed people shovelling snow. What struck me is the little space that there seems to be for storing snow. The development is mostly roads, sidewalks, rec trails, rink, buildings, gardens and shrubs/trees all located in a narrow area. Young trees cannot be buried under a snowpile without […]
There is enough garbage around this city without businesses contributing to it. They should know better.
After spending the last thirty months watching Thunder Bay Administration be treated as 1778691 Ontario Inc.’s personal finger puppet, I now realize just how low the City’s Administration’s self esteem is. Just how desperate the City’s Administration is. Just how afraid the City’s Administration is to offend 1778691 Ontario Inc. They just might take their money and go home. Oh yes. They have […]
The Developer will tell the City of Thunder Bay the name of the hotelier when its good and ready. Evidently, as far as the City of Thunder Bay Administration is concerned, admitting to the world that FOMP were right all along about the Waterfront Development is far worse than looking like a bunch of cowardly, […]
Surprise! There’s a major water line running through Marina Park! Who could possibly have known that? Twenty months of planning, design and construction of a major, extremely complex, multi-million dollar waterfront development and somebody just realized there’s a major water line running through Marina Park? We paid Brook Mcilroy almost $8m to design this development. This water main […]
If they can pave in cold weather in Thunder Bay, why not elsewhere? There is a world of untapped cold weather paving opportunities for Taranis Contracting in Canada alone. A possible television show to document the operation…
These are the different plans that I have been able to find. I am sure there are more as the final development does not look like the bottom plan. As you can see, what was promised back in 2007 is a far cry from what we will be walking into on December 16. What […]
Visitors to the City will now be welcomed by some new signage. “Gateway/Welcome signs have the potential to speak to the cultural uniqueness of the community and enhance visitors’ first impression of Thunder Bay.” I agree hold heartily.