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Liam Berti

Liam Berti

Liam Berti is a University of Ottawa journalism graduate who has since worked for BayToday as the City Council and North Bay Battalion reporter. He has also worked with the CBC and Northern Ontario Business as a freelance reporter and works as a social media marketing specialist, currently in the non-profit sector.

Recent Work by Liam

Oak Street hotel development earns council’s consent

Oak Street hotel development earns council’s consent

Major downtown investment gets the green light from city's politicians
Code of conduct could increase council’s accountability

Code of conduct could increase council’s accountability

City preparing official code of conduct governing council's behaviour
Council gets the ball rolling on second dog park

Council gets the ball rolling on second dog park

“If things go as I hope they do, we could see our second dog park ready to go this summer”
Steep jump in asphalt prices forcing city to scale back on resurfacing projects

Steep jump in asphalt prices forcing city to scale back on resurfacing projects

Asphalt prices increase 12 per cent over last year, compared to just a one per cent jump in the previous year
Sidewalk patios popping up downtown

Sidewalk patios popping up downtown

Moose’s Cookhouse the latest to get in on downtown patio action
Committee recommends hotel development without reservation

Committee recommends hotel development without reservation

Showpiece hotel could be ready by Spring 2017
Local talent launches provincial theatre festival

Local talent launches provincial theatre festival

Gateway Theatre Guild kicks off celebration of the best community theatre from around the province
The city’s latest upgrade to Memorial Gardens

The city’s latest upgrade to Memorial Gardens

“This is unfortunate, but things happen at large buildings such as the Gardens”
Overpass construction costs jump significantly

Overpass construction costs jump significantly

Total overpass project expected to cost almost $2 million more than anticipated
City readying the site of a new casino?

City readying the site of a new casino?

Two city-owned properties could be the future home of a North Bay casino