The World – Restrict Bottling Firms From Extracting Local Groundwater

Ontario should do the same as Washington state.  Ban bottling companies from taking groundwater.

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Something you don’t see everyday Private plow jockey could have got out of the truck, grabbed a shovel and cleared this small windrow away.  Instead, life has been made a little more difficult for the mobility challenged. Looks like the few parking meters that are left have been welded to the post. Of course, then […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

Yup…I’m in Thunder Bay. Looking for colour on a grey overcast day. A lost hat, probably full of cooties. Pigeons chowing down on spillage from rail cars. Then just like that, they all flew off. Not sure what it is. Tundra Swan.  If it did not have the yellow dot by the eyes, it would […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

  MV Federal Dart MV Federal Champlain MV Osogovo Here is another example of someone who believes rules and laws are not for them. Jogging with dog leash in hand.  Where is the dog? Not there yet. Ahhhh, there it is.  Once again, there is a city by-law that states that all dogs in the […]

The World – Why Are Companies Still Selling Plastic Bottles?

We know plastic bottles are choking our planet. So why are companies still selling them? The American Beverage Association announced on Tuesday that the world’s leading beverage companies — Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Keurig Dr Pepper — are investing $100 million to reduce the use of new plastic and improve plastic bottle recycling across the globe. Plastic packaging is scattered […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

I do have a thing for chrome grills. Might as well remove the law that says this type of thing is illegal.  You know, that pesky part of the Highway Traffic act that sates that fact?  If the law is not going to be enforced, then lets remove it.  Laws should not be ignored.  Either […]

Canada – A PMO Drunk On Its Own Arrogance

A Prime Minister’s Office drunk on its own arrogance Robyn Urback · for CBC News Opinion ·  It’s hard to fathom what Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was thinking on the morning of Feb. 7, when he stood before reporters and categorically declared, “The allegations in the Globe story are false.” The Globe and Mail was the first to report […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Well, it is colourful. Does not improve the look of the neighbourhood though.  I still think it looks like crap. Trash in context Trash in a planter that should have flowers in it. Trudeau promised this during the last election.  Now with another election on the horizon, he decides to keep this promise.  Not last […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Trash in context DSSAB buildings have more shopping carts than some supermarkets. City of Thunder Bay thinks this is attractive? Sod is turning that amazing brown that tourists love so much. Common Grackle Not sure what this is but it flies.   Reaching out of the ground Trash in context Landscaping work done at the […]

The World – Fatal Flaw In Climate Change Science

Interesting although it gets a bit complicated…