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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

Local big-box stores, essential workplaces subject to future COVID-19 inspection blitzes

Local big-box stores, essential workplaces subject to future COVID-19 inspection blitzes

'Where we find an employer who has been acting in bad faith, we won't hesitate to take action by immediately slapping them with a ticket and a fine.'
<b>Braaap! Sleep-deprived neighbourhood wants lake access closed</b>

Braaap! Sleep-deprived neighbourhood wants lake access closed

'It's just another weekend of...heavy machines idling, people loading and unloading with bright lights shining in our homes on the lakeside, up and down our street at high speeds, drinking and driving, vehicles just about hitting us in our own driveways, partying, yelling...'
Masks for younger students part of updated provincial measures

Masks for younger students part of updated provincial measures

Local schools are encouraging students to pack extra masks in case theirs get wet while they are outside for recess
Stay fit for free and beat the 'stay-at-home' winter blues

Stay fit for free and beat the 'stay-at-home' winter blues

YMCA at Home is filled with free activities the whole family can enjoy during this wintertime stay-at-home order
REPORTERS SHOP TALK Episode 8: Why we do 'this' for a living

REPORTERS SHOP TALK Episode 8: Why we do 'this' for a living

The 'aerial approach' to journalism and a couple of tall fishing tales
Budget meeting pushed back as officials switch focus to provincial directives

Budget meeting pushed back as officials switch focus to provincial directives

In light of the Premier's announcement, Mayor Al McDonald has called a meeting of the City of North Bay's Emergency Operations Control Group
SJSH students encouraged to eat lunches in classrooms to limit gatherings and interactions

SJSH students encouraged to eat lunches in classrooms to limit gatherings and interactions

'...we ask that parents and caregivers discuss with students the importance of remaining with their cohort and minimizing non-essential movement outside of school into the community during the school day.'
'We don't feel safe' — home of courthouse protesters targeted again

'We don't feel safe' — home of courthouse protesters targeted again

'Last night around 7, someone was prying at my basement window trying to get in.'
Return to class in the north connected to 'unreliable internet'

Return to class in the north connected to 'unreliable internet'

It 'continues to offer a challenge to some of our families, we are doing everything in our power to support them and their children to learn.'
Accident blocks Algonquin-bypass intersection, traffic now normal

Accident blocks Algonquin-bypass intersection, traffic now normal

Ontario 511 says 1 lane and Northbound shoulder blocked.