“While an extraordinary one-time cost to the city, we are also advising council in the report that between our city insurance coverage, provincial disaster relief Funding and existing city reserve funds, the impact on the taxpayer has been minimized.” – Tim Commisso Tbnewswatch May 22, 2013 Tim, Tim, Tim, there is only one taxpayer. The […]
Some people describe me as a glass is half empty kind of guy. Always looking at the negative. I should be more optimistic. More positive. More a glass is half full guy. Well, let me explain where I am coming from. What kind of glass kind of guy I am. You go into a bar […]
Hey…they can quit anytime. Its purely for medicinal purposes. Just till they get back on their feet. You know. Got any snacks?
“We thought as a committee to get some money into people’s hands,” he said. “It has been a long time. Whatever it is coming from the government we can go back and revisit all the claims. If it is an additional amount above where they are now then we will give them that extra money. […]
Council voted to move ahead with the multi-million dollar project earlier this month. Taranis Contracting Group came in with the lowest bid at about $6.8 million, although the amount is considered an estimate and final payment will be based on the finished work. – Tbnewswatch – April 30, 2013 I suspect this estimated costs method of tender awards […]
the most brilliant propagandist technique will yield no success unless one fundamental principle is borne in mind constantly and with unflagging attention. It must confine itself to a few points and repeat them over and over. Here, as so often in this world, persistence is the first and most important requirement for success. – Mein […]
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 […]
Ontario’s cottage country struggles with severe flooding Sure, but where’s all the feces? You can’t have a good Thunder Bay disaster type of flood without feces.
According to Sunday’s Chronicle Journal headline, Thunder Bay is digging out from a giant storm. (Headline article not available on their website so I created what I believe the front page might look like). Well, I’ve lived through many snow storms and I can honestly say that they do get a lot worse than what […]