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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

$1.4M+ investment in Corbeil Park: 'A place for residents to stay active for years to come'

$1.4M+ investment in Corbeil Park: 'A place for residents to stay active for years to come'

The project includes improvements to the park's soccer field, the addition of an overhead cover with lighting for the outdoor rink, and new accessible playground equipment
Council approves up to $500K in top-up funding for development incentive program

Council approves up to $500K in top-up funding for development incentive program

'When will we see what businesses this money went to? Public accountability of where this money has gone to? Will we get to see that at some point?'
<b>Safer public washrooms a focus for transit terminal makeover</b>

Safer public washrooms a focus for transit terminal makeover

'The current washroom configurations are subject to damage, abuse, and theft of fixtures/washroom components, and at times are difficult to access/maintain due to the "closed" nature of the design.'
Olmsted Beach improvements include $114K contract for playground equipment

Olmsted Beach improvements include $114K contract for playground equipment

Council will vote to approve a contract for the supply and installation of accessible playground equipment at Olmsted Beach
Council clears road to development with approval to close Bain Drive gap

Council clears road to development with approval to close Bain Drive gap

'The road network in this area will be improved as a result. It will also facilitate future phases of the subdivision, resulting in more homes being built and available for sale.'
Company 'plans to move ahead' with new North Bay 160-bed long-term care facility

Company 'plans to move ahead' with new North Bay 160-bed long-term care facility

It's part of a 'commitment to modernize and upgrade older residences...The new residence will include 160 beds to meet the needs of seniors in the community.'
Council is all aboard for Station Road development

Council is all aboard for Station Road development

'Our clients are a new industrial company to the city. They want to be here, they'll be moving staff here and helping industrial growth within the city.'
Chirico thanks municipalities advocating for district 'six weeks behind' in vaccine roll-out

Chirico thanks municipalities advocating for district 'six weeks behind' in vaccine roll-out

'Every time there is a change to the groups that are being vaccinated in southern Ontario, it also applies to us and we do not have the vaccine to catch up to them.'
Maple syrup mishap likely cause of explosion at lakefront home in North Bay

Maple syrup mishap likely cause of explosion at lakefront home in North Bay

The owners were protected from the explosion because they were on the lakeside of their home. 'They were on the other side watching the sunset.'
Creating downtown mural 'sparked hope' in local artist

Creating downtown mural 'sparked hope' in local artist

'Look at this incredible mural I had the honour of designing for my hometown of North Bay'