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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

Committee endorses plan to create apartments in former 'les Compagnons' building

Committee endorses plan to create apartments in former 'les Compagnons' building

Miller noted in-filling — and using the building in its current form — is preferable to tearing it down and having to dispose of the materials
Health Unit revamps its COVID-19 dashboard and outbreak reporting policy

Health Unit revamps its COVID-19 dashboard and outbreak reporting policy

Public service announcements will not be issued by the Health Unit for each outbreak 'unless there is a specific reason to inform the public in this way'
NBRHC: No local cancer surgeries delayed during pandemic

NBRHC: No local cancer surgeries delayed during pandemic

'We are acutely aware that each surgery is important and impactful to the individual affected. Delaying surgery impacts not only the patient’s well-being but their families and workplaces.'
Dr. Chirico 'not in favour' of loosening restrictions

Dr. Chirico 'not in favour' of loosening restrictions

'Locally, we're seeing increasing outbreaks in congregate settings, our health care workers are exhausted — they've been pushed to the limit — and they've been doing this for a long time'
A sign of things to come at Cassellholme

A sign of things to come at Cassellholme

The sign is up and the redevelopment of Cassellholme is closer to reality than ever before
MPP to Premier: 'Prison bars don’t keep out the virus'

MPP to Premier: 'Prison bars don’t keep out the virus'

'Reduce the number of people inside prisons and detention centres through rapid decarceration and non-custodial options,' to combat outbreaks
NBPS: No charges yet in November children's vaccine clinic incident; investigation ongoing

NBPS: No charges yet in November children's vaccine clinic incident; investigation ongoing

'Where appropriate, the North Bay Police Service will enforce these [new] laws, as we enforce all elements of the Criminal Code'
Called a 'murderer' at children's vaccine clinic, local woman welcomes new health care intimidation laws

Called a 'murderer' at children's vaccine clinic, local woman welcomes new health care intimidation laws

'What happened that day was in no way a peaceful protest. What those people were doing was intimidation, it was harassment, and it was disgusting behaviour.'
Council approves City's $13.2M share of DNSSAB budget

Council approves City's $13.2M share of DNSSAB budget

Barring new funding sources for the Gateway House project, the municipal levy from DNSSAB could increase by 11.51 per cent in 2023
'NOSM is our best vehicle to get doctors to train and stay in the north'

'NOSM is our best vehicle to get doctors to train and stay in the north'

'There is a list of 163 communities (and growing) in Ontario — encompassing the entirety of northern Ontario — that have a longstanding challenge in recruiting and retaining physicians'