Superior Lofts Promotional What I believe the actual view will look like. The back of the waterfront condo and hotel will probably look different but the effect is likely quite accurate. That is if they build condo tower two and the hotel of course. If they don’t then the top view is what Superior Lofts condo […]
The above article seems to have omitted one important piece of information………. Kind of important information is it not? I believe a full disclosure is warranted in this situation. Also, a couple of years from now, there will be a seven or eight storey condo building blocking that $600,000 view of the lake. Or maybe […]
And you wondered why there are Braille symbols on the drive through ATM keypad?
This story brings to mind the American commercial for the Klondike Ice Cream Sandwich. You know the one..What would you do for a Klondike Bar? The question I have to ask is What would you do for unfettered VIP access to Thunder Bay City Council and its seemingly bottomless bank account? OK, maybe […]
This is the usual the value of everything has to keep going up forever bullshit thinking that is driving out of control municipal spending. The word less is not in a government’s vocabulary. Taxes HAVE to keep going up because costs keep going up, or municipal governments say. Control costs? Live within your means? What? Are you crazy? […]
Or there is the one with both Commisso and Hobbs
Now with 28 more employees!
Thunder Bay has two issues that I believe are linked to the following article: The Wind Farm on the Norwesters and the Thunder Bay Generation Plant conversion. Ontario has surplus electricity. So…do we need more generation capacity? With the Atikokan plant coming on line in the future, the Thunder Bay plant idle most of the […]
There is a provincial election on the horizon. Be prepared for all the “good news” and all the generous provincial spending. With an election looming, you will never hear a politician tell any municipality that their ideas are crazy. That their demands are outrageous. Never. All ideas and funding demands are met with positive enthusiasm […]
This week, Manager of Environment Kerri Marshall laid out the $200 million bill the taxpayer must pay over the next 20 years to keep our water and sewer systems running in top condition. Little if any money has been spent on the system as far as maintenance goes over the passed 50 years or more. […]