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Click on any image to enlarge. Poo bags show up after the snow melts. What happens when the asphalt on a street is not compacted properly? You get rutting. This is Algoma Street. It was paved in the fall of 2011. The right lane is the lane used by the bus. ￼ High quality work that […]
Public reminded to stay off ice within city People are being reminded to stay off the ice of frozen waterways in the city. At approximately 2 p.m. on Friday, Thunder Bay Fire Rescue received reports of people walking on McIntyre River near Fort William Road. Fire crews responded to the area but were not able […]
Irate postal workers fill Hajdu’s office About 20 irate postal workers, upset at pending back-to-work legislation being pushed through the House of Commons on Friday night, descended on Labour Minister Patty Hajdu’s Thunder Bay constituency office to convey their displeasure. Calling Hajdu and the Liberals liars, the workers said union members and Canada Post should […]
A federal agency, created to fight poverty, spent $500,000 on a name, logo and branding The Liberal government spent $500,000 on outside advisers to come up with a logo, name and branding for a new agency that promises to alleviate poverty in developing countries, internal documents reveal. Its 2017 budget announced $300-million toward developing an […]
Revenge Is Mine Saith Washington Justice has disappeared in the West. In Justice’s place stands Revenge. This fact is conclusively illustrated by Julian Assange’s ongoing eight year ordeal. For eight years Julian Assange’s life has been lived in a Kafka Police State. He has been incarcerated first under British house arrest and then in the […]