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Fasten Your Seatbelts. 2019 Is Going To Be A Bumpy Ride.
Thunder Bay now has lots of snow. New Years Eve day. Branches weighed down by snow. Once again, on street parking makes clearing snow all but impossible. Looks like this bullnose was hit by something. Most likely hit by a snowplow/grader. Had the City of Thunder Bay replaced the sign that warns motorists of this […]
This is all about a world where everything about you, every thing you do, see, say and say, everything you buy, all that information is kept in a central database by a new world government? Estonia? Its all about our slow march to the world described in George Orwell’s 1984? Looks like the demonstrations in France […]
I will be gone for a week. Have a great Christmas!
If you could read this construction sign, it would be warning you about trucks turning ahead. There are no trucks turning ahead. Not been trucks hauling earth and gravel anywhere near this road for well over a month. Yet, the sign is still there. Amazing. How much work would it be to come and pick […]
Snow flurries Just going to leave these signs laying around all winter? Looks like work at the boat launch parking lot has shut down….at least until next year. MV Americaborg You can see the four star? Delta by Marriott Waterfront Hotel on the left. Pretty close to the trains. Vodka bottle Needle Empty Kelly’s Finest […]
Thunder Bay Public Library takes steps to ‘decolonize’ itself Chief librarian says ‘racism exists’ at the TBPL The Thunder Bay Public Library says it has taken action that demonstrates that “decolonization” of the library is “a conscious act and not a metaphor.” In the spring of 2017, in the wake of the findings of the national Truth […]
Not a McDonald’s anywhere near this spot. How long did this person carry this cup before leaving it here? How many trash cans did this person pass? Did not like these? There is a trash can outside of this shelter. Probably walked past the trash can when exited from shelter. That is Thunder Bay.Saw this […]
Racism acknowledged by board At its first meeting with the newly appointed administrator, the Thunder Bay Police Services Board formally acknowledged systemic racism exists within the board and the city’s police service. “By making this statement, we want to acknowledge that the board has failed the Indigenous community,” said Thomas Lockwood, who was named to […]
Poo bag. If the City of Thunder Bay had e-waste collection instead of yard waste, maybe there would not be soo many electronics and appliances laying around the city. Two yard waste collections per year and no e-waste collection? Which is more important to the environment? Not sure what this is. Looks like it may […]