Thunder Bay Administration not doing its job…..again. Letter to City Council The photo is not very clear but it does show a Thunder Bay Transit bus being operated while someone is standing in front of the yellow line. That person is also engaged in a conversation with the bus driver. This conversing only stopped long […]
My understanding is that this mess was caused by the Thunder Bay Fire Department. Evidently, the TBFD decided to open up a fire hydrant, not sure why, in mid December. OK. I know that all hydrants need to be tested. They need to work. There are no if ands or buts when it comes to […]
Thunder Bay has scored a major conference that will include delegates from 95 different municipalities in Canada and the U.S. The City has been selected to host the 2014 Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Cities Initiative Annual Conference. About 250 people from both sides of the border will take part, including many mayors who will […]
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 […]
Still not sure what was gained by doing this project this late in the year.
Contractor’s vehicle breaking the law. Construction vehicles must obey ALL traffic signs and regulations. Even in Prince Arthur’s Landing. The traffic control signs are there for a reason. Safety. But who cares, right. People exiting the Pool 6 site ignore this sign twice a day. Its just too inconvenient to have to drive all the way around […]