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Mackenzie Casalino

Mackenzie Casalino is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter who works out of the North Bay Nugget. The LJI is funded by the government of Canada

Recent Work by Mackenzie

Artist plays sounds in a different light

Artist plays sounds in a different light

'These are commonly used vocal microphones that you would see on stage anywhere for human singers. So I've got eight of them suspended in the tree'
Tim Horton offers online camp to help kids cope through the summer and the pandemic

Tim Horton offers online camp to help kids cope through the summer and the pandemic

Online camp important to help kids cope through the summer and the pandemic, president of the Tim Horton Children's Foundation says
Tim Horton offers online camp to help kids cope through the summer and the pandemic

Tim Horton offers online camp to help kids cope through the summer and the pandemic

Online camp important to help kids cope through the summer and the pandemic, president of the Tim Horton Children's Foundation says
COVID throwing bowling alleys a gutter ball

COVID throwing bowling alleys a gutter ball

'I actually want to say desperate at this point. Are we going to be able to have a business or we're going to lose the business? How much longer can we survive doing what we're doing'
COVID throwing bowling alleys a gutter ball

COVID throwing bowling alleys a gutter ball

'I actually want to say desperate at this point. Are we going to be able to have a business or we're going to lose the business? How much longer can we survive doing what we're doing'
Beavers to blame for Wasi Lake's low water levels, Chisholm Township CAO says

Beavers to blame for Wasi Lake's low water levels, Chisholm Township CAO says

Apparently, the beavers have rebuilt the dam and water is holding again
Tattoo shop overwhelmed with bookings

Tattoo shop overwhelmed with bookings

Sroga says there will always be concerns when being so close to a client, but he insists the tattoo parlor is one of the safest places to be.
Area museums face uphill battle due to COVID-19

Area museums face uphill battle due to COVID-19

Area museum curator says museums need funds to be able to purchase Plexiglas, hand sanitizer, and other sanitizing solutions to meet provincial guidelines
New art installation in South River takes inspiration from Ammonite fossil

New art installation in South River takes inspiration from Ammonite fossil

'It's a really large art installation on-site that allows people to go into it'
Mall ‘rats’ happy to see reopening

Mall ‘rats’ happy to see reopening

It’s great, they say, to see people out and about in the community again, and being able to walk around the mall – especially during the early days of the pandemic in March – is something they have missed