thunder bay chronicle journal
The triumph of common sense Thursday, January 2, 2014 AS we enter a new year there are signs that 2014 may witness the triumph of common sense. At all levels of society there are people forging practices that defy the bad habits of avoidance, obfuscation and outright nonsense. It is as if the pendulum swung […]
Is this a ploy to get the Ontario government to open up its cash vaults? Who knows? What I believe and have posted about before is that the cost of constructing access infrastructure to the Ring of Fire is into the billions of dollars. Is the Ring of Fire project economically feasible? Will the taxpayers […]
The article mentions SCS Insurance Adjusters as being the company that has declared the City of Thunder Bay to be not at fault for the sewage plant failure last May. The plant failure led to sewage backing up into a large number of city basements. The results of the firm’s investigation is headline worthy to […]
WITH six pools and two beaches, Thunder Bay swimmers are well served by their city. And so they should be. In a region dotted by lakes and rivers that serve as the main recreational basis of our precious summers, people who live here need to learn to swim at an early age. CJ Editorial, October […]
Saw this coming a few years ago when the CJ started to give copies of the paper away. For free. Worst daily newspaper in Canada. If it does close down, the City of Thunder Bay Admin will lose its voice. Its spin machine.
In Thunder Bay, not only does most of the recyclable material end up in the dump, a big chunk does not even make it to the trash. It is simple thrown on the ground, on our streets and sidewalks. Parks and gardens. How does it go? Do as I say, not as I do?
I fell into a burning ring of fire I went down, down, down and the flames went higher And it burns, burns, burns, the ring of fire The ring of fire – Johnny Cash, Ring of Fire I wonder if A is the result of B? Company emphasizes that is not pulling out. It […]
We agree with Resolute on this one — that two million hectares of forestland is enough to protect caribou. – Chronicle Journal Editorial May 23, 2013 Why spend a small fortune and a good chunk of your life getting a degree in whatever it is that you need to understand Woodland caribou habitat? Seems like […]
Our suggestion? Make Water Street/Fort William Road and Memorial Avenue each one-way — one heading north-south, the other heading south-north.It’s long-past time a city like Thunder Bay — which is, again, two cities jammed into one — take steps to accommodate the traffic between the former Port Arthur and Fort William. Making two of its […]
This is a story headline found on the Tbnewswatch website yesterday. The Chronicle Journal used could and might in a story headline I mentioned in a previous posting dealing with the mining industry. What I want to know is when I use the word could or might in a post then I am accused of idle speculation or even […]