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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

Atypical spring spike in local influenza cases subsiding

Atypical spring spike in local influenza cases subsiding

'I've never seen anything like this,' said Dr. Chirico as Influenza A cases rapidly increased, 'especially in May.'
Health Unit awaiting approval of COVID-19 shots for kids under 5

Health Unit awaiting approval of COVID-19 shots for kids under 5

'We are planning for the fall but we don't have any confirmation yet as to which vaccine will be available for those younger than five'
City taking proactive approach to control unsightly weeds

City taking proactive approach to control unsightly weeds

The foam, which is made from natural plant oils and sugars, insulates the water/stream and ensures that weeds are exposed to heat long enough to be killed
A show of support for North Bay mayoral candidate Brousseau

A show of support for North Bay mayoral candidate Brousseau

'I've never entered a race I didn't know I could win,' says Brousseau, later adding, 'I want to give North Bay a choice.'
Brousseau makes it a race for mayor of North Bay

Brousseau makes it a race for mayor of North Bay

Brousseau has been heavily involved in infrastructure projects in North Bay and has been outspoken on the need to bring the proposed community and recreation centre to fruition
Proposed affordable housing development moving to final stage

Proposed affordable housing development moving to final stage

With Council's final approval later this month, the NDHC Board 'will proceed with making decisions on how to develop this property for affordable housing units.'
Cost of new community centre to be determined

Cost of new community centre to be determined

'My concern is we're rushing into this process without knowing the breakdown. Should this get to a $60-million arena, the next council may decide that's not palatable and then we're back to square one.'
Local transit riders push for return to pre-pandemic scheduling

Local transit riders push for return to pre-pandemic scheduling

Remaining on the scaled-back pandemic bus schedule 'affects people in college, hardworking people with jobs, and makes it harder to get to places in a timely manner'
New lakefront eatery to fuse Indo-Chinese and Thai flavours

New lakefront eatery to fuse Indo-Chinese and Thai flavours

'Indo-Chinese and Thai cuisine is a combination of many subtle tastes. Flavours are as varied as the climate of India, China, and Thailand and as exotic as the people of these regions.'
'Action' Jackson receives lifesaving citation from OPP commish

'Action' Jackson receives lifesaving citation from OPP commish

Young Jackson True says, 'I still remember everything from that night but I wasn't scared,' after receiving his citation at the OPP North East Region Ontario Provincial Police Awards Ceremony