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Stu Campaigne

Stu Campaigne

Stu Campaigne is a Canadore College graduate and intrepid journalist in the digital age. He is a full-time, proud Dad of two and a part-time fantasy sports aficionado. Stu is a media man for all seasons, covers the City Hall beat, and welcomes all news tips to stu@baytoday.ca.

Recent Work by Stu

A return of The Wrench?

A return of The Wrench?

'We'll be very lucky to have Councillor Maroosis back on with us if he so accepts'
Council looks to the stars in search of faster internet

Council looks to the stars in search of faster internet

'Basically, nothing has been done,' over the past year to address internet connectivity issues in the region
Trouble with the henhouse

Trouble with the henhouse

North Bay homeowners did not buy their properties with the 'expectation of chickens as neighbours.'
Fedeli gives the lowdown on avoiding lockdown

Fedeli gives the lowdown on avoiding lockdown

'We are absolutely not immune here in northern Ontario. We have increased traffic flow, we have increased visitors. We do need to make adjustments that are province-wide.'
Homeless pitch tents in City Hall's front yard to advocate for change

Homeless pitch tents in City Hall's front yard to advocate for change

'We need them to listen,' he says, pointing across the square to City Hall. 'They have no choice but to take notice.'
'Government doesn't create jobs, it creates opportunities'

'Government doesn't create jobs, it creates opportunities'

'Right now, we need welders, we need mechanical designers. With the battery-powered technology, we need those electrical experts who can help us expand.'
Bear sighting in West Ferris

Bear sighting in West Ferris

Community Safety Coordinator John Schultz advises NBPS has received two bear complaints in the last week
Mayor 'encouraged' by throne speech, waiting for 'specifics' on local airport

Mayor 'encouraged' by throne speech, waiting for 'specifics' on local airport

Mayor Al McDonald says he has been in contact with Nipissing—Timiskaming MP Anthony Rota since Wednesday's throne speech, seeking more details on the address, especially in regards to regional airports
Council to determine pecking order in backyard chicken decision

Council to determine pecking order in backyard chicken decision

'We have to be willing to do things differently than we've done in the past'
Council to declare late colleague's seat vacant

Council to declare late colleague's seat vacant

While still grieving their fallen friend and council member, municipal politicians will officially begin the process of filling the seat left vacant by the death of Mike Anthony