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The World – US Prepares For Martial Law

The US government is getting ready to pass legislation that will allow US troops to be deployed in the US…supposedly to fight Daesh.  I am sure that terrorist threats will be found everywhere that the government wants martial law to be declared. The US dollar is heading into the fiscal toilet.  Russia, China and soon […]

Thunder Bay - Proper Personal Hygiene Techniques And Staying Home When Sick

Thunder Bay – Proper Personal Hygiene Techniques And Staying Home When Sick

Adults only whooping cough clinic scheduled for Friday To combat a small outbreak of whooping cough cases in the city, the Thunder Bay District Health Unit has added an additional adult-only vaccination clinic on Friday. A small, but steady, stream of patients took advantage of the clinic, said Diana Gowanlock, manager of infectious disease programs […]

The World – The US Likes War More Than It Does Its Own Citizens

What is happening in Michigan is the American infrastructure equivalent of the canary in the coal mine. This is happening all across the US. For some reason, the US has hundreds of billions of dollars to spend on the military. Trillions of dollars to spend funding wars in countries such Iraq, Afghanistan and Syria. On […]

Thunder Bay - Privately Inflicted Damage To Publicly Owned...Who Is Going To Pay To Fix It?

Thunder Bay – Privately Inflicted Damage To Publicly Owned…Who Is Going To Pay To Fix It?

Looks like snow removal equipment, while clearing a private driveway/parking lot, hit a hydrant. Bent the piece of city owned infrastructure. I wonder who is going to pay for its repair?  

Thunder Bay – Shhhh….We Want Funding To Build A $120 million Hockey Rink….Don’t Tell Anyone

MPPs hear from groups during pre-budget consultations The Ontario pre-budget consultations rolled into Thunder Bay on Wednesday and a wide-range of diverse groups jumped at the opportunity to participate. One of the groups that participated was the Northwestern Ontario Associated Chambers of Commerce. In a news release, Nathan Lawrence of the NOACC said, “we thank […]