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Consortium offers Canada a deal on a new fleet of frigates that could save $32 billion Fincantieri of Italy and Naval Group of France — major forces in international shipbuilding — are offering to guarantee the cost of the ships at a fixed $30 billion In a surprise twist in Canada’s shipbuilding saga, a […]
Liberals want to limit prosecutions of people who don’t reveal HIV status to sex partners The Liberal government wants to limit the cases where Canadians are prosecuted for not revealing they’re HIV-positive when they pose a “negligible” risk to their sex partner. A new study from the federal Justice Department released today says the criminal justice […]
Hotel tax being considered for Thunder Bay City officials estimate accommodation tax could generate between $1.3 million and $2.5 million depending on the rate. The city will explore imposing a new tax hotel that could generate as much as $2.5 million annually. Municipalities across Ontario have been given the option to implement an accommodation tax […]
Still not repaired. No apparent rush to repair anything in this city. A city dependent on Queens Park and Ottawa welfare in decay. Sad. Some rocks missing? Ripe for erosion and undermining. The car mats are still there. They look to be in good shape. Restaurant trash in Marina Park. American Tree Swallows. Not many […]
Not an unusual site along the Water Street side of the Chronicle Journal property. No pride in their community? Interesting behaviour by a company that continually promotes Thunder Bay as a natural wonderland. You think anyone is going to pick all this up? If someone does, that person or persons will certainly not be employed […]