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Thunder Bay – Thursday

Sidewalk cyclists… Safeway carts are everywhere I guess the pedestrian overpass is now a clubhouse plus an Urban Lounge Bufflehead duck Mallards resting Tree Swallow Mallard duck and Blue-winged Teal Hooded Mergansers Song Sparrow Just a little ice left. The wind blew most of it out into the lake. The MV Federal Ruhr. It can’t […]

Thunder Bay – Levesque’s $200,000 Legal Bill Covered By The Taxpayer

Levesque’s $200K legal bill covered by city The nearly $200,000 legal bill for former police chief J.P. Levesque was picked up by the city. City officials issued a news release on Thursday, confirming it spent $198,826 in legal fees defending Levesque against criminal charges of obstructing justice and breach of trust. Levesque’s contract provided indemnification […]

Ontario – Finnish Minister Gives Thumbs Down To Basic Income Pilot: “We Have To Look At Incentives To Work”

Finland’s finance minister gives thumbs down to basic income pilot: ’We have to look at the incentives to work’ Finland’s experiment with basic income is falling flat. With more than half a year left of the project, decision makers are already pulling the breaks. In an interview with Financial Times, the country’s finance minister Petteri Orpo […]

The World – In Major Escalation, Israel Unleashes Airstrikes, Shelling On Syria In Retaliation For Alleged Iran Attack

This from Summary: The situation is fluid to say the least, but as far as we can tell this is what has happened tonight so far: 1. Sirens go off in Golan Heights 2. Loud explosions heard Then blame-game begins… 3. AP: The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported Wednesday that Israel has attackedtargets of the Syrian military on […]