Ontario - As Nipigon Bridge Repair Costs Mount, Province Won't Say Who Will Foot The Bill

Ontario – As Nipigon Bridge Repair Costs Mount, Province Won’t Say Who Will Foot The Bill

As Nipigon Bridge repair costs mount, province won’t say who will foot the bill $106M bridge failed 42 days after opening to traffic in January 2016 The Canadian Press Posted: Jan 14, 2018 12:35 PM ET Last Updated: Jan 14, 2018 12:43 PM ET Repairs to a bridge in northwestern Ontario will take nearly three years and […]

The World – The Mob Justice Of #MeToo

….Men are guilty if women say they are….that is the world we are living in now. Is mob justice, justice?  What constitutes sexual harassment today?  What constitutes sexual assault today? Does anyone really know? What we are seeing is a modern version of the Salem witch trials where a simple accusation was enough for you […]

Thunder Bay - Friday

Thunder Bay – Friday

Would not want to be those guys up there. Drilling at the south end of Marina Park continues Trying out another camera Still blank Things that will be installed in or on the much hyped and much delayed Delta by Marriott waterfront hotel Water looks almost hot The winter competition between road clearing and sidewalk […]

The World – Flu Vaccine Is Only 32% Effective

As flu spreads in metro Detroit and nationwide, young visitors not as welcome in hospitals “It’s not too late to get your flu shot. We are really urging people to get the flu vaccine,” Sutfin said. This year’s flu vaccine is designed to protect against AH3, and athough some of those who received flu shots are […]

Thunder Bay – Corruption In Kasheshewan? Sounds Like It To Me.

Three-year sentence for Kashechewan breakfast program fraud The former co-manager of Kashechewan First Nation is headed behind bars for a “large-scale fraud” that stole money from the community’s school breakfast program and instead spent it on two houses and a pair of luxury vehicles. Giuseppe Crupi, who previously pleaded guilty to two counts of fraud, […]

The World – How To Engineer A Crisis

James Corbett continues on from his previously released video about the recent protests in Iran.

Thunder Bay - Thursday

Thunder Bay – Thursday

What a difference a day makes ..take one down, pass it around, one less bottle of beer on the wall Yes, but the roads were clear The wind was blowing snow The view out in the bay Drilling at the south end of Marina Park continues The waterfront sign is still blank Big crane still […]

Thunder Bay - Wednesday

Thunder Bay – Wednesday

Obligatory shopping cart photo Drilling continues around the site of the proposed $40 million art gallery. All these areas were drilled last summer.  This drilling is addition to that work.  The fact that the work is being done in January is interesting.  Extra cost? Ships coming into Thunder Bay to spend the winter.  The first […]

The World – Amazon Employees Need Food Stamps To Live

Amazon employees in the US need food stamps to live. Jeff Bezos is worth well over $100 billion, but employees in his company need to use public funded welfare to eat. Warning: Jimmy swears in this video

Thunder Bay – Gas Tax Funding To Enhance Public Transit/Roots To Harvest Steps Up For SOS Program

Gas tax funding to enhance public transit The Thunder Bay city transit fleet will be receiving an upgrade with the help of annual funding from the province. On Wednesday, Thunder Bay-Atikokan MPP, Bill Mauro, announced the city would receive $2 million from the annual gas tax fund. “Part of what we are trying to do as a […]