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David Briggs

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

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Recent Work by David

Pickleballers rejoice as East Ferris opens new courts

Pickleballers rejoice as East Ferris opens new courts

Three new surfaces provide pickleball paradise
If you want fun, Callander’s got it. FunFest returns June 25th

If you want fun, Callander’s got it. FunFest returns June 25th

A full day of events and activities await the ardent fun seeker
Kathleen Rochon is West Nipissing’s first mayoral candidate

Kathleen Rochon is West Nipissing’s first mayoral candidate

Rochon is ready to run and looks forward to unifying community
Library’s mission to preserve local history by capturing today

Library’s mission to preserve local history by capturing today

East Ferris librarians remind residents to contribute to library’s special collection
West Nipissing council completes itself, despite itself

West Nipissing council completes itself, despite itself

Long vacant council seat will be filled by Normand Roberge
Near North District School Board approves budget over 4%

Near North District School Board approves budget over 4%

Budget ‘a solid, strategic financial plan,’ explained chair Jay Aspin
West Nipissing welcomes new fire chief, Frank Loeffen

West Nipissing welcomes new fire chief, Frank Loeffen

Former chief Maranda retired in May, and now Loeffen will lead department
Baseball is back, Mattawa, players hit the diamond June 22nd

Baseball is back, Mattawa, players hit the diamond June 22nd

A new organized league takes the field with eight full teams
Fire those ovens Callander, FunFest wants your best pie

Fire those ovens Callander, FunFest wants your best pie

On June 25th, let your pies do the talking at the Community Centre
The future of Callander’s ‘Waterfront Place’ is wide open

The future of Callander’s ‘Waterfront Place’ is wide open

Municipality invites developers to share vision for waterfront project