(THUNDER BAY, ON) – In today’s modern society, it’s a typical response for people upset about something to air their grievances over social media in hopes something changes in their favour. Some people resort to posting signage on or in front of their homes in hopes it makes a splash large enough to remedy their issues.
Today, we were tipped off about a resident of Thunder Bay and the signage they posted to social media.
Knocks at the residents door went unanswered, but by reading the signage, it is likely that the resident might have lost their designated disabled parking spot on the street. This is just us speculating based on the information posted on the signs.
Two of the signs address “Jon Paske” who is the City of Thunder Bay parking authority supervisor. The signs label him a “f*%king a hole”, appear to question if he is proud of himself, and more.
The signage appears to further throw shade at city hall for allegedly picking on “natives” and “disabled”. Thunder Bay has a national reputation for being one of the more racist city’s in Canada. A city councillor spoke to us on the basis of anonymity and admits that racism is present in the city on all levels, but also points out that the city has been addressing the racism officially, which puts the occurrences out publicly. They also claim that other cities do not take the same approach as Thunder Bay, so the racism is often swept under the rug.
Ableism appears to be alleged in the signs as well.
Thunder Bay is known as the city with the giant heart. This resident appears to question that label on a couple signs.
If you are the resident in this home, please reach out to us via telephone call or text at 807-355-8917.
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