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The Children’s Garden. Playful granite sculptures of balloon animals set in a picturesque setting. Plenty of space for children to run and frolic amongst the public art piece while parents can relax and enjoy the day. I am sure that plenty of thought went into choosing this location. Children’s safety was of utmost concern. They are, after all, Thunder […]
I know few people care about this stuff. The mayor did try. I give him full marks for that effort. Anyway, I will bring this to our City’s Administration’s attention one last time. Its no big deal right? What is a little concrete dust between friends? Its not cement dust so what is the big […]
Toronto’s mayor Rob Ford’s 2014 political campaign has begun After watching the replays of mayor Fords run in with CBCs This Hour Has 22 Minutes, I have come to the conclusion that Mayor Ford is a humourless coward. He is so afraid of the media that he will scurry back to his home and […]
I believe Rick Harms, Project Engineer for the City of Thunder Bay should have known. He should have known that local paving companies would be stretched to the limit this fall. He should have known that the MTO had several stretches of highway around the City that would be paved this year. He also […]
At the start, the City of Thunder Bay has only a few Zambonis that were purchased by the taxpayers. Those machines are located in the arenas that you all know so well. Many of you have spent countless minutes watching those machines go round and round. The Waterfront Development does not have a Zamboni […]
I wonder how many people are going to have their photos taken at this crossing?
Here are some photos from two streets recently reconstructed. Dawson Street is partially done. It was started last fall. The contractor went out of business before completion. I believe that contractor is now part of Prime Terra, the contractor working on Algoma Street. How is this value for money? Pearl Street is four years old […]
Thunder Bay – The next pull will be the winner. Isn’t that what people addicted to gambling always hope?
Go ahead. When that money runs out, you can always raise taxes.
I went down today to see the result of yesterday’s paving operation on the Pier 3 parking lot. The contractor was Taranis Contracting Group. After walking around looking at the work, I am thoroughly disgusted. Please. I encourage everyone to go down and look at it. It is as bad as it gets. I am sure that […]