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As Trans Mountain changes hands, Coldwater couple not sure who will clean up lingering oil spill It’s been four years since Janice Antoine and Percy Joe first learned about an oil spill on their land, after a so-called anomaly was discovered in the Trans Mountain pipeline that runs beneath the couple’s property on the Coldwater Reserve […]
Welcoming me to the park. The Walk For Diabetes The MV Federal Churchill Judging from the location of these, I believe its our future naval recruits learning how to operate Canada’s future frigates….when they ever get built. Wind power is cheap. The tug MV Point Valour Does Safeway have any idea how many of […]
My new favourite bird..the Common Grackle
An article from the Toronto Star that talks about how the recent Ontario election results might trigger election reform in Canada. I mentioned this in my previous post on Doug Ford’s victory. Majority governments produced by capturing 40% of the vote are not truly representative governments. Trudeau has a majority government federally and his party […]
Trump drops bombshell after leaving G7 summit, accusing Trudeau of ‘false statements’ U.S. President Donald Trump dropped a bombshell after the G7 summit ended, essentially calling Prime Minister Justin Trudeau a liar who made “false statements” about Canada-U.S. trade. The president tweeted: “Based on Justin’s false statements at his news conference, and the fact that […]
Mostly overcast day. Breezy. Click on any image to enlarge. I think the brown Tree Swallows are juveniles. The female is still inside the box likely sitting on the eggs. The MV Momentum Scan is still at Keefer Terminal The MV Skawa is still anchored waaay out in the bay. Yup…yer in Thunder Bay I […]