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Thunder Bay – Council Delays Decision On Police Budget. Needs to Get Money From Ottawa. They Have Millions For An Art Gallery.
Council delays decision on police budget increase to address OIPRD recommendations A $1-million ask from the city police force to address recommendations in the Office of the Independent Police Review Director report is putting a stranglehold on the municipal budget process. Thunder Bay city council met Tuesday night to review the proposed 2019 budget, with the Thunder […]
Click on any image to enlarge Still there. Just what in the hell happened here? Lots of these laying around Hauling snow from the Pier 3 parking lot to this newly created snow dump down at the southern end of Marina Park Just in case you were not sure. Lots of yellow snow patches […]
Police searching for suspect in Court Street area City police, with rifles out and the K-9 unit mobilized, are searching a section of the downtown north core after a mid-afternoon incident. Police on Monday afternoon have blocked off sections of Johnson Avenue and Court Street, between Bay Street and Cornwall Avenue, and taped off a […]
New art gallery receives $3.5 million from FedNor Funding for the construction of a new art gallery on the city’s waterfront is just 10 per cent away from its $33 million total cost following another commitment from the federal government. The project received $3.5 million through the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario, bringing […]
Plastered on a bus shelter. I wonder how long it will take the people who put the poster up to take it down. No by-law against this? This was erected back in 2012 as a place to posters other than taping them onto poles. Does not look like its working. Nobody care about having this […]
Once again, not the greatest photos. Still better than last time. This bird just showed up, looked comfortable but when I tried to ease my way around to get a better shot, it flew away. A sunny day might be nice.
Police Services Board publicly acknowledges systemic racism To hear the acknowledgement of the existence of systemic racism in the Thunder Bay Police Service and Board, and to receive an apology, left elder Rita Fenton moved beyond words. “It just touched my heart because it has been a long time coming,” she said. “The systemic racism […]
Change a couple of things and you just might have Thunder Bay. Police racism. I wonder if the local Office of the Independent Police review Director would have come out with a report had the officer not been wearing a body camera? Who in their right mind would want to be a Thunder Bay police […]
Colourful poo bags In Thunder Bay, you go into the CIBC Bank at the corner of Red River Road and Cumberland Street to take some money out of the ATM and this is what you find. I imagine if the bank officials would force these people out of the bank lobby, they would be accused […]
FedNor Announcement to Create Jobs, Growth and a Strong Economy in Northwestern Ontario Thunder Bay, Ontario, January 11, 2019 — Don Rusnak, Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay—Rainy River, and the Honourable Patty Hajdu, Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Labour, and Member of Parliament for Thunder Bay—Superior North will be at the Thunder Bay […]