water garden pavilion
“Thunder Bay has a rich naval and shipbuilding tradition and so we created a display of photographs from the City Archives and the Museum to accompany the model,” said City Clerk John Hannam. “During the First World War, minesweepers were built for the French Navy at Canadian Car and Foundry. The Port Arthur Shipbuilding Company […]
An old story but worth a closer look. “There is a bit of a concern…because of some cracking that was occurring on the floors,” he said. “They certainly have engineers looking at that.” Floor cracking….interesting…takes me back ta 2012 Water Garden Pavilion post. The Water Garden Pavilion was only three years old. It appears the City […]
New addition to the waterfront restaurant’s panoramic views of Lake Superior and the majestic landforms across the Bay called the Sleeping Giant*. The dumpster partially blocks diners’ view of the large grey utility building. I am not sure if that is a good thing or bad thing. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, after all. […]
I have heard from two independent sources that the restaurant that will be located in the Water Garden Pavilion will be Lot 66. How Lot 66 will fit in to a children’s play area is anybody’s guess. Will the mothers be sipping on a Chardonnay and working their way through a tapas platter while the kids skate or splash their troubles way outside? How relaxing […]
Evidently the ice cream shop at PAL does not pay rent for the use of the building. This is because of the lack of water supply. I wonder if they are paying for the electricity? This makes me wonder if any business down there, restaurant and art workshop will have to pay for use of […]
City Admin loves to play games. I know something you don’t know. Could be a big seller this Christmas.
I have been watching a series of lectures that go by the name of TED. Some of you are probably familiar with them. It stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design. I watched some architects give talks on some of their projects. People from all over the world. Pretty beautiful stuff. Great ideas about urban development. It got me […]