The feral empty canola oil containers dumped by some restaurant in Marina Park are emerging from the snow.
Sooo profits are for the private sector while loses are for the public sector. See how it works?
The lamps that were knocked down along the Spirit Garden (Wilson Street Headland) trail have been removed. The electrical stuff has been covered by some boxes.
These posts have been missing for years. Never replaced. If they are not required for public safety, then why do they exist? Why not remove them? They make snow removal more difficult.
The MV Kaministiqua at Richardson’s elevator.
This is what the fountain will look like for at least two months. An empty space.
A couple out for a walk.
under the Urban Lounge (pedestrian overpass)
A train roars passed the site of the four star Delta by Marriott Waterfront Hotel. Trains run by this spot quite often.
Why is this stuff not recycled? Because there are few recycling cans around Thunder Bay where a person can put the stuff. When I say few, I mean almost none. The City of Thunder Bay has not embraced recycling as much as you are led to believe.
The festival stage is being removed. My understanding is that the stage is being replaced with a stage that will be setup at the start of the season and removed at the end. The stage will be movable. This will allow the positioning of the stage so as to avoid having onshore breezes blowing onto entertainers. Turns out its cold on the lakeshore.
The City of Thunder Bay spent a big pile of cash on this stage only seven years ago. The City of Thunder Bay purchased a new circus tent a year or so ago. The City of Thunder Bay also installed anchor locations for the circus tent. All of this for nothing.
Now the City of Thunder Bay is paying to tear all of that down. Now the City of Thunder Bay is paying for a new stage.
You can see the festival stage in the bottom centre of the image. You can see the anchor locations for the circus tent support cables.
How are the snow sculptures doing? Melting slowly.