In the above TBT News item, Rebecca Johnson, Councillor at Large for the City of Thunder Bay speaks of the importance of public art to the City of Thunder Bay. She rates it at he same level of importance as other city infrastructure such as roads, transit, parks, street lights, and so on. Without public art, she says, […]
Speaks for itself. Why paint anything this late in the year? Maybe it should have been done just after the asphalt was laid? You know…when it was still warm? Waste of money and it looks like hell.
Can someone please tell me why this guy has a uniform? What exactly is the reason for it? And the medals? And the gold braids? The EMS are paramedics are they not? Should he not be dressed like a doctor? Surgical mask? Scrubs? Just because he is the Chief of EMS does that warrant […]
I see the new paddle boat pavilion in the new Prince Arthur’s Landing development is popular with the smoking crowd. Its nice place to sit and relax and have a smoke and then throw the butt in the grass for all to see. Ahhh yes. Thunder Bay at its finest. I am sorry councillors but you cannot […]
http://www.tbnewswatch.com/news/173488/City-support-there-if-gallery-wants-to-move Lets see. Its up to the Thunder Bay Art Gallery to decide if they want a new larger building paid for by the taxpayers on grounds maintained by the taxpayers on land donated by the taxpayers with a parking lot provide by the taxpayers? Tough choice. I wonder what they will decide? […]
I was walking passed Dawson Street on Saturday when I noticed a paving operation going on. As you remember, Dawson Street from Algoma to Peter Street has been missing its top layer of asphalt for a year. It looks like the Engineering Department had decided that a year is long enough. Cool temperatures be damned. […]
I was just talking with someone at Calico’s Coffee Shop. This person had spoken with someone at the Scand Home restaurant. Evidently, the construction on Algoma Street has caused such a drop in their business that five employees have been laid off. Even with a partial resumption of traffic on Algoma, business is still down 30% from […]