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$2.2 million to plan art gallery’s move to waterfront All three levels of government collaborated on Thursday to ensure the Thunder Bay Art Gallery will have a smooth sail to its future location in Tugboat Basin on the waterfront. The federal, provincial and municipal governments equally committed a combined $2.2 million to fund schematic designs, […]
Something interesting about the Orlando mass shooting story…something that has not made its way out to all the mainstream media outlets…. FBI Transcript Shows Nobody Died in Orlando Shooting Until SWAT Teams Entered the Building: Judge Napolitano What should have been front page news everywhere, somehow got buried amid the official narrative we were given […]
Something happening at the fish cleaning station down at Prince Arthur’s Landing/Marina Park. Looks like a shelter is being erected around the cleaning table. Part of Tender 14 or is this additional? Is anything happening with Tender 14? Is Tender 14 being managed by Manshield Construction? I believe so. Have not seen the company around […]
What are people in Thunder Bay putting in the garbage? See anything that can be recycled in there? It does not matter. All this is going to the landfill.
Waterfront gallery moves forward Funding for the design phase of the project is to be announced this morning at Thunder Bay Art Gallery’s existing location at Confederation College. When the new gallery is open to the public, possibly three years from now, it will be double the size of the current gallery, gallery director Sharon […]
I can’t see any positives for me if my neighbours had chickens in their backyards. Not a one. Who wants to live next to a chicken farm? You can do that by moving out into the rural parts of Ontario. Taxes would be a lot less. Go for it. Me, I pay a lot of […]
Update on the McVicar Creek rock protection failure. The water level has dropped so things are a bit more clear. and for the Court Street hole…the City of Thunder Bay Magic Cone has been installed.
The sewage control plant that failed four years ago performed the way it is supposed to on Sunday. Sewers can only accommodate so much rainfall and so-called 100-year storms – the ones that most infrastructure is not designed for – can and do overwhelm them. The problem now and in the future is that 100-year […]
From Tbnewswatch… Taxpayers to foot $1.75-million recycling bill in 2017 The 2017 municipal budget will include a $1.75-million bill to support the city’s entire recycling program and more waste costs could follow. City Council voted to accept its administration’s recommendation to move diversion revenues from the user-supported column to the tax-supported column on Monday. Where […]
Storm sewer outlets were under water ….The most recent storm sewers installed on James and Williams and the one on Woodlawn dump the water into the floodway. Both of those outlets were totally under water. – Craig, Smyth, Chronicle Journal, Letters to Editor read full letter here Yup…when the City of Thunder Bay is […]