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Canada - Canada's Tax System Skewed To Protect The Wealthy - The Return Of Captain Obvious

Canada – Canada’s Tax System Skewed To Protect The Wealthy – The Return Of Captain Obvious

Most CRA auditors polled say Canada’s tax system is skewed to protect the wealthy A union-sponsored survey of more than 1,700 auditors and other tax professionals who work for the Canada Revenue Agency suggests that even the insiders believe the cards are stacked in favour of the rich. Nine out of 10 surveyed agreed with […]

Thunder Bay - Calgary 2018 Part 3

Thunder Bay – Calgary 2018 Part 3

Inglewood Bird Sanctuary. Hot sunny midsummer day had few birds hanging around. The few that were there were sitting in the shade. Don’t blame them. Click on any image to enlarge Breakfast at Denny’s Hot and sunny day so what birds were hanging around the Inglewood Bird Sanctuary. Female Wood Duck Red Tailed Hawk? Another […]

The World – The Space Kingdom Of Asgardia

Yes, the Space Kingdom of Asgardia is a thing. You can become a citizen of the Space Kingdom Of Asgardia if you want.  There are hundreds of thousands of people who have already signed up.  Ten of them live in Thunder Bay.  Yes, there are 10 Asgardians living in Thunder Bay at the time this post […]

Thunder Bay – Private Pot Store ‘Opt-Out’ Question To Go To Thunder Bay City Council

Private pot store ‘opt-out’ question to go to Thunder Bay City Council The question of whether or not Thunder Bay will allow privately-run pot shops next year will go before city council, the city manager says. The Ontario government will give the province’s municipalities a one-time chance to “opt-out” of allowing the stores within their […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Double click on any image to enlarge Another Thunder Bay hero risking his life in order to ride his bicycle on the street where it belongs. Hmmm…construction fence gone up at the south end of Marina Park.   I wonder what they are going to do?  Rec trail extension, road extension, landscaping, maybe some site work […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

The Pearl Street entrance crows. Some bare areas were mulched Beaver work around the Pool 6 pond The path the beaver uses to drag the tree to the water A male American Goldfinch sitting in a tree that was just a little too far away for my camera. I have become fascinated with this group […]

Thunder Bay – Dew Drop Inn Seeing Christmas Numbers

Dew Drop Inn seeing Christmas numbers High numbers of Dew Drop Inn patrons that were seen only at Christmas and other holidays have now become the norm forcing volunteers to restructure their meal service. Michael Quibell, supervisor of the Dew Drop Inn said they have been very busy and served 1,304 more meals this July […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Took a lot of bee photos today. Options were limited. Click on any image to enlarge. Finally, eight years since the 2010 road contract was completed, the City of Thunder Bay has finally seen fit to replace the section of sidewalk that was not replaced back then.  Why was it not replaced back then?  The […]

Thunder Bay – Health Centre Board Signs Off On Agreement

Health centre board signs off on agreement Clinic’s board of physicians ratifies tentative agreement with striking workers, ending the 128-day strike The four-month strike at the Port Arthur Health Centre is officially over. The board of physicians on Wednesday announced they had ratified the tentative agreement reached with the union representing the striking workers, one […]

Canada - Smoke From Western Fires

Canada – Smoke From Western Fires

Looking out a window in Lloydminster Alberta.  Sunlight passing through smoke haze creates this golden tint.