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Canada – If You Invite Refugees, They Are Going To Come. Why? Canada Has Generous Social Programs.

Hmmm…remember when Canada’s chief virtue signaller and fearless leader Justin Trudeau decided to stick it to US President Donald Trump and his immigration policy by bragging about Canada’s open door policy when it comes to immigration.  He said Canada will welcome ALL refugees fleeing persecution, terror and war.  Trump immigration policy bad, Trudeau’s immigration policy […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Boards are up at Wilson Street park.  The light poles had to be reinstalled.  Now the lights have to be reinstalled. I wonder if the surface was covered with asphalt, could the boards and lights be left up all year?  Could it be used as tennis courts?  Boot hockey?  Lacrosse? Does anyone use this tennis […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Yup..its still there.An eagle.  An immature bald eagle?More painted blocks at the Pool 6 site.This is the stuff that makes walking around the area dangerous.A tree that for some reason was left unprotected against beavers.and this one as well.Beavers will climb up over those rocks to get at trees.These trees deserved protecting I guess.Lots of […]

Thunder Bay - The High Street Wall Update

Thunder Bay – The High Street Wall Update

Staring at the north end and working down. Staring to build the street that runs off the side How do you compact a 3 metre high fill of earth?  The answer is that you can’t really.  Usually you build something like this up in several layers.  That way, your equipment can easily compact each layer […]

Thunder Bay – Amazon Draws Bids From Canadian Cities To Be Online Seller’s Other Home

HQ2, eh? Amazon draws bids from Canadian cities to be online seller’s other home More than 10 Canadian cities have made their case — possibly more we don’t know about yet Amazon’s announcement earlier this year that it wants a second headquarters set off a flurry of interest from cities across the continent, all eager […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

More manhole repair on Water Street Another broken support stake on the tall trees planted around the new parking lot built at the south end of Marina park. I wonder if it has anything to do with the wind blowing those trees around? Practising some close-up work with my camera. Bees are very busy. Yup, […]

Thunder Bay - Rumour Has It

Thunder Bay – Rumour Has It

A railway is interested in the Great West Timber property located on Water Street north of Marina Park.  At least that is what I heard. The property is going to be used as a terminal of some sort.  Container loading/unloading?  I don’t know. Sooo, is this true or not?

Thunder Bay - A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words

Thunder Bay – A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Words

Tbnewswatch had an article on the continuing saga of the ninth garbage truck.  The truck that was supposed to have disappeared at the end of June,  Going on four months later, that truck is still in use, even though the number of trash bags allowed per residence has been reduced by one third. The point […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Looks like an ad for Molson Canadian Another Thunder Bay hero riding her bicycle on the street, Algoma Street no less, where it belongs.  Why can she do this while sooo many people cannot?  Is she more mature?  More confident?  Fearless? DSSAB apartment building Local business still discharging water out onto a public sidewalk.  Once […]

The World – Free Speech, Government Benefits And The BDS Movement

This will be happening in Ontario and Canada soon.  Will your access to government benefits be dependent on you not supporting the BDS movement? It makes you wonder who really runs things. Why does the country of Israel, a tiny country located on the other side of the world, a country  with a population several […]