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Does anyone remember Bre=X? The giant mining scandal? Click here for a history lesson. Could the Ring of Fire be another Bre-X? An interesting question that nobody seem to be asking. When you look at the potential values of the minerals located in the Ring of Fire and the costs of constructing the mine, the […]
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complete article here It can’t all be positive. There has to be a downside of spending $106 million of taxpayers’ dollars on an arena. We are not hearing the whole story. We are only being told half the story. Everything is going to be sunshine and lollipops. This $106 million arena is going to lead […]
The red dot is the approx location of the proposed Ring Of Fire mining development. Wetlands? Oh yeah. lots and lots of wetlands. Access is going to be expensive. Very expensive. Cliffs is in serious trouble here. As I said earlier, as of right now, their claims are worthless.
In Thunder Bay, not only does most of the recyclable material end up in the dump, a big chunk does not even make it to the trash. It is simple thrown on the ground, on our streets and sidewalks. Parks and gardens. How does it go? Do as I say, not as I do?
Is Thunder Bay a third world city? Its not such a stupid question if you really think what constitutes the third world. Underdeveloped economies. Dependence on richer first world countries and foreign aid for economic survival and infrastructure construction/replacement. The foreign aid is never enough. Produces primary products for the developing world and providing markets […]
When you look up the word futility in the dictionary, this photo of a crack filling crew working on Thunder Bay streets will be there. My questions are How do you decide which cracks to fill? Which streets to crack fill? The sad thing is when they are filling cracks on streets that have asphalt […]
The outdoor tables at Roosters Restaurant on St. Paul Street are bolted to the new concrete boulevard. Each table is fastened to the ground with four bolts. I cannot remember seeing this anywhere. As far as I know, private tables located on public property are temporary. Fastening them to the ground appears to me to […]
I have said this before and it warrants repeating. Warning signs left up for no reason at all cause all warning signs to lose effectiveness. All of them. Drivers will eventually learn to ignore those signs. These signs were left up because of sheer laziness combined with total non-professionalism on the part of city workers. […]
The ship is the third in CSL history to have the name Thunder Bay and company president Louis Martel said with these new Trillium Class vessels, they decided to use older names. The other two ships named Thunder Bay were named before 1970, the year that Port Arthur and Fort William joined to become the […]