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Thunder Bay - Take Back Our Governments

Thunder Bay – Take Back Our Governments

“Where everyone else bailed out the bankers and made the public pay the price, Iceland let the banks go bust and actually expanded its social safety net,” noted Paul Krugman, admiringly. Iceland, he found, had demonstrated the “case for letting creditors of private banks gone wild eat the losses”. Nobel prize winner Joeseph Stilitz agreed. […]

Thunder Bay - Roomy Transit Shelters

Thunder Bay – Roomy Transit Shelters

Thunder Bay Transit customers enjoying one of the new transit shelters.   One of the comments heard most is just how roomy the shelters are. Extremely roomy. Thunder Bay Transit … taking care of their customers is job one.

Thunder Bay - A Rural Water Co-op = Pay Less Property Tax

Thunder Bay – A Rural Water Co-op = Pay Less Property Tax

A house with no running water has a value of almost zero.   I hope the City of Thunder Bay goes to MPAC and gets these houses reassessed.  I suspect their tax rate will drop by more than the $100,000 annual savings cancelling this service will achieve. Down at Prince Arthur’s Landing,  the taxpayers payed […]

Thunder Bay - Ian Angus...Renaissance Man?

Thunder Bay – Ian Angus…Renaissance Man?

Ian Angus….A true Renaissance man. A Polymath.  A polymath (Greek: πολυμαθής, polymathēs, “having learned much”),[1] is a person whose expertise spans a significant number of different subject areas; such a person is known to draw on complex bodies of knowledge to solve specific problems. – Wikipedia Telling Nextbridge Infrastructure how to go about building a transmission line that survives the harsh […]

Thunder Bay - Your Opinions??? Here's A Quarter. (Fifty Cents now) Call Someone Who Cares.

Thunder Bay – Your Opinions??? Here’s A Quarter. (Fifty Cents now) Call Someone Who Cares.

The new pond that is part of Phase 1 of Prince Arthur’s Landing but is constructed on the Pool 6 site. This area is covered by Phase 2 of the waterfront development project. As far as I can tell, this area was not covered by the Environment Assessment Study done for Phase 1 of Prince […]