A media that is basically a cheerleading squad for City Hall is doing a severe disservice to the citizens of the City of Thunder Bay. The search for the truth? Not in Thunder Bay. Nobody seems to be interested in the truth.
There is enough garbage around this city without businesses contributing to it. They should know better.
However, the city will have to wait a bit longer to find out who the hotelier is. Joe Bova, owner of Man Shield Construction, told city council in May that an announcement would happen by September. But city manager Tim Commisso said it looks like November now. “We should be in a position, from the […]
New Waterfront Hotelier has finally been named and he’s game to get started. Mr. Moneybags and the other developers are going to ask the City to amend the zoning by-laws to allow the construction of 4 houses. “This is a prerequisite of any hotel construction.” says Mr. Moneybags. “You can’t build a hotel until you build 4 […]
I am writing in response to the article “Whalen’s Future Under Study” in today’s newspaper. (See full article below) I do not know what is scarier: What the article says or what it does not say. Thunder Bay without the Whalen Building. An interesting thought. If moving DSSAB from the Whalen building cost $11M for […]
Letter to the Editor I don’t subscribe to your paper. I don’t read it in the coffee shops. I don’t take the free copies that every business seems to be offering. I do not even read it online. However, time to time people do send me things. More often than not, your writings provide a […]
Yesterday, the Waterfront Development Office had their open house down at the waterfront. As I said before, there was nothing there to see but some people did go and have a look. I was wondering how the Chronicle Journal was going to cover this event. I knew that they were going to produce an article […]