You have to wonder about the scheduling of tenders on the PAL project. Hopefully, there will be something worth seeing left after all the construction is completed. The asphalt work made a mess. The Parks Department marks up the concrete/tiles whenever it drives a rubber tired piece of equipment over it. Looks like hell. […]
The work at Prince Arthur’s Landing has started. I am not sure about the scheduling. Seems to be making a big mess. […]
When people are asked what needs fixing in this city, most will say city streets. I like to include sidewalks in that because our sidewalks are in terrible condition. So when the City of Thunder Bay went to public with their dog and pony show touting the new program for maintaining the City’s Infrastructure, streets […]
There are many nights that I lay awake in bed listening to some far off piece of heavy equipment going beep beep beep as it backs up. I suspect the railway. I also had to listen to that beep beep beep during the summer of 2010 when the sewer and water lines were replaced in […]
The Olympic Torch relay loses some of its cache.
Honestly, did you expect anything else from Gravelle? The decision for this was made quite a while ago. Rumour has it that Cliffs has already owned the Moose Mountain property for a while now. Gravelle is not Mines Minister any more after all. It funny that when Bartoluci is the Minister, things seem to happen […]
The region’s First Nations and municipal leaders are frustrated and disappointed by a lack of planning from the province and Cliff’s Natural Resources on the Ring of Fire The region’s First Nations and municipal leaders are frustrated and disappointed by a lack of planning from the province and Cliff’s Natural Resources on the Ring of […]
While we await the possible release of the new agreement the City of Thunder Bay signed with 1778691 Ontario Inc. back in July 2009. Its interesting to read what was agreed to and what we actually got.
This is after the last rain. This happens after every rain. It happened after the snow melt. City workers drive passed it every day. Several times a day. Nobody seems to care. What is the problem? The catchbasin was covered by a filter cloth during construction to keep mud out. To avoid this ponding, […]