full article here here
Interesting. Large crack in floor of hospital lobby. Unfortunately an all to familiar sight in Thunder Bay. Sad. I guess the two buildings at Prince Arthur’s Landing are not the only ones with cracked floors. All publicly funded buildings. I wonder if there are any privately funded buildings with cracked floors?
Seeing how the City of Thunder Bay cannot take a shit without getting funding from the province or federal government and both those governments are running very large deficits, you have to wonder just how long Thunder Bay can keep it up. We are living on borrowed money. Ontario and Canada both have annual […]
The City of Thunder Bay’s ATM aka Tbaytel is, or should I say was, doing some directional drilling work along side Water Street. It appears that all work has been abandoned for who knows how long leaving a a couple of open pits in the sidewalk. It is true that some sort of […]
Thunder Bay is a winter city. It has been for ever. True, winters of late have been on the milder side with snow making its appearance later than normal. The snow does come eventually. So, with the knowledge that clearing snow off of the streets and sidewalks is inevitable, a person might think that the […]
OK. Now they are just making stuff up. Its really sad. Lisa Rochon is the architecture critic for The Globe and Mail. Lisa Rochon: First nominee for 2013 Full Of Shit award. So, Prince Arthur’s Landing’s deign is a celebration of First Nation culture? Really? Funny, that point had never been made during the planning, construction and grand […]
Not Thunder Bay but still relevant As I said in a previous blog, the police department will suck our city budget dry.
We taxpayers can only hope……….
Update of previous post. Apparently, Federal Laws dealing with public transit buses do not apply to municipalities. However, the reason for that specific law not allowing the operation of the bus with anyone standing in front of the yellow line is not known by our City Administration. At least, that is what the responses […]
read article here I checked the numbers and its true. If you subtract something , you end up with less of that something.