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Ontario – Man Stopped For Breathalyzer After Returning Bottles To Beer Store

Hey, I’m all for nailing people who drive while under the influence of something. Alcohol marijuana or drugs. There has to be some logical reasoning behind the act of forcing someone to blow in a breathalyzer.  Returning bottles to a beer store does not meet the level of logical reasoning that I believe warrants a […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Still there. Over one week past event date.  Will it still be there when spring arrives? Shopping carts.  What is it about Thunder Bay and shopping carts? Even the Chronicle Journal has, not two Safeway carts it has four Safeway shopping carts Once again, nobody using the fountain pond rink These are the new lights […]

The World – Is US Government Shut-down A Trap?

An interesting take on the US government shut-down. Is Trump using this as an opportunity to legally cleanse government of his enemies?   Is he using those employees as a type of bargaining chips? A prolonged furlough of federal employees allows for their dismissal without having to go through all of the red tape normally required […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Its cold out there.  My cameras are not happy.  Click on any image to enlarge. Frost on a window Still there.  One week since the event.   What happens when a frozen poo bag is run over Pool 6 elevator debris. It was demolished 18 years ago.  No effort has been made to clean up the […]

Canada – Cat Lake Needs Help Now. Why?

This is what happens when you ignore all the warning signs.  You end up with stage four cancer.  Nothing can be done. The patient cannot be saved. These appalling living conditions do not happen over night.  They take years to get to this point.  The question is Why? The residents of Cat Lake, and many […]

Thunder Bay – Most Local Schools Don’t Have Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Most local schools don’t have carbon monoxide detectors The vast majority of schools in Thunder Bay are not equipped with carbon monoxide detection devices. However officials with both the Lakehead Public School Board and the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board on Wednesday confirmed they will look at having them installed after 35 students and […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Cold outside soo no many photos today. Still there. Snow removed in Marina park has been dumped here Snowperson was assaulted. Chronicle Journal trash on Pier 1?  Could be.  Strong enough wind blowing from the right direction will do it. Small crowd. Went through an empty overpass later. Strong smell of Marijuana smoke.  Better for […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Thought I might try some macro shots today. Someone missing a sock? Someone busy stapling these things all over the north  end of the city This one was torn off Still there Ironic that the City of Thunder Bay is collecting money from hotel guests that will be used to promote tourism but it still […]

Canada – State of Emergency Declared In Cat Lake

State of emergency declared in Cat Lake First Nation With nearly 90 homes recommended for demolition, Cat Lake First Nation’s chief and council have declared a state of life and public health emergency. In a statement issued by the band, leadership, under Chief Matthew Keewaykapow, says the poor state of housing in the community, located […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Click on any image to enlarge Every time you get a sunny day with clear blue skies, this building stands out. same with this one Still there More than a northern think tank counts on provincial support. I believe that if Queens Park and Ottawa withdrew all of their financial funding in this city, this […]