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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

Preserves making a sweet mark in North Bay area

Preserves making a sweet mark in North Bay area

Bev Martin owns and operates Country Preserves from her home in Powassan
Powassan's farmstand tour welcoming cyclists

Powassan's farmstand tour welcoming cyclists

The 50-km ride will stop at 14 area farms
Chocolate Lab, 11 months, home recovering from surgery

Chocolate Lab, 11 months, home recovering from surgery

Lexi's owner estimates the surgery costs at $13,000
Burk’s Falls' housing market 'flourishing'

Burk’s Falls' housing market 'flourishing'

Broker says affordable homes and property are why many people are choosing to live in Burk’s Falls and commute to either North Bay or Huntsville
South River delays some projects to keep budget in line

South River delays some projects to keep budget in line

'The resources just aren’t there. We would like to do more, but it’s all about being financially responsible for the residents of South River'
Area councils mixed in resuming in-person meetings

Area councils mixed in resuming in-person meetings

Hicks said they should continue to use Zoom even after the pandemic to give people better access to council meetings
Community comes together to cover donations stolen from local restaurant

Community comes together to cover donations stolen from local restaurant

The $200 was for Outloud North Bay
North Bay pup going under the knife

North Bay pup going under the knife

Lexi was hit by a truck and her owners are facing $8,000 in vet bills
Friendship centre keeps summer camps running

Friendship centre keeps summer camps running

The centre is hosting canoe and bike camps throughout July and August for children and youth six to 18
Health unit asks public to report blue-green algae

Health unit asks public to report blue-green algae

The health unit has advised that even when a bloom has disappeared, toxins can persist in bodies of water for a period of time