thunder bay sewage treatment plant
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 […]
The City of Thunder Bay mistakenly treats Kashechewan First Nation flood victims the same as it treated its own residents after the sewage treatment plant failure back in May 2012. Federal Government takes issue.
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The provincial money, up to $16 million, will be distributed through the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program. “How are we actually going to do what we have to do and what are the rules and guidelines that are set up by the government,” he (Fletcher) said. City clerk John Hannam said the amount of funding from the […]
Lucky people who are now stranded somewhere. I guess they can take a cab, a form of public transportation that seems to still be running for some reason. Capitalism…you gotta love it. Thunder Bay Transit is not a dependable means of transportation. Will it take you home at the end of the day? Who knows? Who cares? […]
Matson said there is no way to let all of that water and sewage out at once despite what some people may think. “There is no switch to bypass that pumping station,” Matson said on a media tour of the facility Wednesday afternoon. “When we have an event to the magnitude that we had on […]
The sign over the windshield states that, for reasons of passenger safety, Federal law prohibits the operation of this vehicle with anyone standing in front of the yellow line. There must be a good reason for having that sign on every bus in our city. It appears to be fairly important as that sign is also […]
I wonder what the new plan will look like?
This sidewalk is on Algoma Street. It was constructed late summer 2012. It is brand new. There is no reason for that water to sit there. Water on sidewalks should drain. Its a matter of engineering, planning, design and construction. Obviously, the City of Thunder Bay has ineffective quality control, if it has any […]
City of Thunder Bay Administration has leaked its three pronged battler plan for its defence against the class action lawsuits that are looming on the fiscal horizon. Defence council will point to the recent consultant report that concluded that there absolutely nothing the City could have done to prevent the failure of the sewage treatment […]