Thunder Bay – Coroner Probes Death Of 19 Year Old Indigenous Man

Coroner probes death of 19-year-old Indigenous man discharged from hospital Ontario’s Office of the Chief Coroner says it’s investigating the death of a 19-year-old First Nations man a few hours after he was released from the Thunder Bay Regional Health Sciences Centre. The 19-year-old was from a remote First Nation and his body was found less than a kilometre […]

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

Trash in context Not sure where the other needles went but there is still one floating in the Pool 6 pond. The Blue Morph Snow Geese are still hanging around. I wonder if these roses are frozen?  Will they stay this colour until spring?   Leased Lot #3 so far. Tables and benches being added […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Trash in context.  Laker beer.  Looks like this brand has supplanted Budweiser as the beer of choice of Thunder Bay’s street urchins.  I see Laker cans all over the place. Noticed this in the Pool 6 pond.  Needles. Thunder Bay have a drug and alcohol problem?  Not on your life.  People have no problem accessing […]

Thunder Bay – Don’t Want To Be Tough On Crime. That Would Violate A Murderer’s Constitutional Rights

Garnet Loon pleads guilty to manslaughter for 2017 death of Robert Gray The case of a double homicide on the city’s north side dating back to 2017 is nearing a conclusion as the second person accused has entered a plea of guilt. In a Thunder Bay Courtroom on Tuesday, Garnet Loon, pleaded guilty before Justice […]

Thunder Bay - Tuesday

Thunder Bay – Tuesday

Have no idea what this is.  Its clothing of some type.  Why its laying on the sidewalk is anyone’s guess. Another single shoe. A feral for wheel walker? The hotel parking lot south of the Pearl Street entrance.  This is the entrance which is located at the very south end of the parking lot. Notice […]

Thunder Bay - Monday

Thunder Bay – Monday

  Only one.  Not sure what happened to the other. Clean up the trash and then leave the bags laying around. MV Jamno I wonder when this will be open to the public? Looks finished. Snow Geese Blue Morph are still hanging around. Today they have some company.  A Canada Goose and another Snow Goose […]

Thunder Bay - Sunday

Thunder Bay – Sunday

Not sure what this is but pretty soon the city’s trash will be the only colour there is.  Might as well practice photographing the stuff now. Trash on context Either some people picked up some trash around the park or someone dumped off some household garbage. The needles and stuff were gone so they may […]

Thunder Bay – An Odd Piece Of Daylight Savings Time Trivia

This from a article about Daylight Savings Time. What Really Happened? Benjamin Franklin is often credited with the idea of DST because, in a satirical letter to the authors of The Journal of Paris, he suggested the French wake earlier to take advantage of “using sunshine instead of candles.” DST as we know it […]

Thunder Bay – Cardiovascular Campaign Gets $500,000

Thunder Bay, Ont., cardiovascular campaign gets $500k boost A fundraising campaign aimed at creating a cardiovascular surgery program in Thunder Bay has received a major financial boost. The John Andrews Foundation has donated $500,000 to the Our Hearts at Home Campaign. The donation will be used to purchase equipment for the planned cardiovascular unit, which […]

Thunder Bay - Saturday

Thunder Bay – Saturday

Went up to the Pumpkin Parade at Hillcrest Park last night. swhen it comes to Halloween Pumpkins, I am a traditionalist. Scary look. Pumpkins lined up on the wall. Seeing as I don’t get out at night very often as I don’t want to be murdered, I took advantage of the situation and tried some […]