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David Briggs

David Briggs is a Local Journalism Initiative reporter covering civic and diversity issues for BayToday. The Local Journalism Initiative is funded by the Government of Canada

Recent Work by David

East Ferris checks strategic plan, aims to become more 'business-friendly'

East Ferris checks strategic plan, aims to become more 'business-friendly'

Municipality reflects on community input regarding 2019-2022 strategic plan
Bonfield concerned Cassellholme’s financing 'has fallen apart'

Bonfield concerned Cassellholme’s financing 'has fallen apart'

Municipality prepares to submit separate financing proposal to Province
Pigeon feeders stash your seed, or pay the price

Pigeon feeders stash your seed, or pay the price

Mattawa enacts new bylaw prohibiting all municipal pigeon providers
<b>Profile:</b> Conservative candidate Steven Trahan eager to secure economy, improve mental health care, and balance budget within ten years

Profile: Conservative candidate Steven Trahan eager to secure economy, improve mental health care, and balance budget within ten years

Current deputy mayor Trahan wants strong leadership in Ottawa and more promotion of North Bay and surrounding areas
Vaccine passport 'going very well' in Témiscaming

Vaccine passport 'going very well' in Témiscaming

Quebec requires proof of vaccination for residents to partake in non-essential activities, and the grace period for non-compliance ends tomorrow
West Nipissing honours Labbé family with arena dedication

West Nipissing honours Labbé family with arena dedication

Facility will be named to remember long-serving councillor, recreation advocate
Green stream grant may increase flow of West Nipissing’s water line

Green stream grant may increase flow of West Nipissing’s water line

Proposed project will also help plans to connect Verner to Cache Bay line
East Ferris pickle ballers prepare to be delighted

East Ferris pickle ballers prepare to be delighted

Three new pickleball courts under construction in Corbeil this Fall
Long lines worth the wait for democracy

Long lines worth the wait for democracy

Callander opened advance polls this morning, the lineup was extraordinary
West Nipissing councillors vote against suspending Fisher’s pay, four leave meeting and destroy quorum

West Nipissing councillors vote against suspending Fisher’s pay, four leave meeting and destroy quorum

Expectation of an apology from Councillor Chris Fisher inspired Senecal’s motion