Digging and filling a hole. Something done on Thunder Bay streets all the time. This one was located on Algoma Street next to the Italian Multicultural Centre. The goal, or at least what should be the goal, is to put the same amount of material back in the hole as you took out. Three cubic metres out, three […]
CBC article here I have not received a copy of the agreement as of yet? I understand its as thick as a small phonebook. Its interesting that the City of Thunder Bay will get $2 back if the developer bails. There are a lot of deadlines but I suspect they will easily be extended […]
Another one’s head is missing. When you cannot believe things can get worse down there, they do. Who cares right? Not any city manager that’s for sure.
Read full article here. I believe that Terrace Bay Pulp is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to government loan defaults. Thunder Bay Fine Papers, Global Sticks, Tornado Medical, Portside…blah, blah, blah. For some reason, the Ontario Government never gets tough on these shirkers. Then there is the City of Thunder Bay’s […]
Thunder Bay Blues festival spokesperson first blamed the the liquor licence for their policy of not allowing festival attendees to bring in empty water bottles. It would be in violation of Ontario liquor laws. Its true thatOntario’s liquor laws are fairly restrictive, but bringing empty water bottles into to a licensed event has never been a problem nor does […]
I’m guessing that the construction of the Junot Street palace has not had a positive impact on response times. If it had, he would be saying so, very loudly and often. Another example of Thunder Bay’s Management incompetence.
With the forgiveness of the $24 million in Terrace Bay Pulp debt, I started to think. Terrace Bay Pulp Thunder Bay Fine Papers Global Sticks Tornado Medical Lake Superior Centre for Regenerative Medicine Prince Arthur’s Landing The above projects have received in the neighbourhood of $100 million from the Province of Ontario, all in the last five years or […]
Ah yes, compassion and generosity during a disaster. When things get tough, people and organizations show their true colours. Full story click here.
Why is all the new grass so dried out at PAL? I understand that it has been very warm of late with not a lot of rain. However, other areas of the city suffer the same weather and have green or fairly green grass. Looks bad. I find it odd that an area that is […]
Thunder Bay Fine Paper The mill was purchased by Thunder Bay Fine Papers in 2008 for $1. With $45 million in government grants, loan guarantees, investments from local investors, and even $4.5 million from Cascades who decided to contribute to the mill’s start-up costs, the mill restarted in 2008. A receiver took over the mill in […]