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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.

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Recent Work by Stu

Council motion seeks answers on community and recreation centre

Council motion seeks answers on community and recreation centre

The development could be placed on hold until a Class A estimate has been submitted and a business plan is approved by the council, according to the motion from Coun. Jamie Lowery, seconded by Coun. Justine Mallah
North Bay's O'Shea returns as head coach of CFL's Blue Bombers

North Bay's O'Shea returns as head coach of CFL's Blue Bombers

More Gatorade showers to come? Never one to shy away from putting in the work, O'Shea's new contract with the Blue Bombers shows he believes the team can get back to — and win — the Grey Cup after narrowly missing out on the three-peat this past season
VIDEO: International Space Station, this is West Ferris...over

VIDEO: International Space Station, this is West Ferris...over

Perhaps a West Ferris alum will become an astronaut one day? Science teacher Jason Henstridge says anything is possible. 'There are always a few students who get inspired by things like this so we're really happy to give them the opportunity.'
Inquest jury rules Couvrette death an accident

Inquest jury rules Couvrette death an accident

The jury made several recommendations related to first responder protocols and communication between paramedics and police in incidents in which conducted energy weapons have been deployed
Inquest evidence rules out Taser as contributing factor in death

Inquest evidence rules out Taser as contributing factor in death

Although it has been established the conducted energy weapon was drawn and deployed by police in the struggle with Couvrette, a closer look at the data shows 'no connection was ever made'
Day 2 of Couvrette inquest features first responders' testimony

Day 2 of Couvrette inquest features first responders' testimony

A mix-up in addresses delayed paramedics navigating to the scene without GPS, while several NBPS officers present have testified the deceased possessed 'superhuman strength' in his attempts to avoid being handcuffed and forcing the deployment of the Taser
Mark King faces the court of public opinion

Mark King faces the court of public opinion

Deputy Mayor Maggie Horsfield: 'It's one of those Mark-isms. He's trying to say something but that's not how it comes out.'
Questions remain for family of Dale Couvrette as inquest opens

Questions remain for family of Dale Couvrette as inquest opens

'Did he have handcuffs on when he was tased? That's a very important question. I want to know for sure. Somebody must know.'
Local board welcomes anti-hate education in schools

Local board welcomes anti-hate education in schools

Following dozens of recent incidents across Ontario involving antisemitic hate symbols — including one case at a local school — the Ministry of Education is adding Holocaust education to the Grade 6 curriculum
Chirico promises change as mayor and council take oath of office

Chirico promises change as mayor and council take oath of office

Cheers for Chirico and the new North Bay City Council on the first — and easiest — day of their term. 'I will be in the mayor's office first thing tomorrow morning and I will arrive every day, ready to lead, and prepared to work.'