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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

Council poised to park more money in downtown garage

Council poised to park more money in downtown garage

In 2014, there was talk the City was looking to unload the decades-old municipal garage but no deal resulted
Horrifying and hilarious roles are the forte of visiting actor

Horrifying and hilarious roles are the forte of visiting actor

Last year, Mann embarked on a nostalgic project dear to his heart — Return to Frightenstein, an audio continuation of the cult TV favourite The Hilarious House of Frightenstein
Alisynn is all smiles after good news from docs

Alisynn is all smiles after good news from docs

The young North Bay girl has experienced a groundswell of support from the community in the days that followed her emergency airlift to Toronto and surgery 10 days ago
Demonstration brings attention to 'complicated' homelessness issue in North Bay

Demonstration brings attention to 'complicated' homelessness issue in North Bay

'We need a place not just to put our heads. We need a place that offers some healing.'
Opportunities abound on mission to recruit military veterans

Opportunities abound on mission to recruit military veterans

'We have tech companies, defence contractors, and government agencies interested in filling their talent requirements with graduates from our program'
Downtown business owners 'thrilled' to see increased police presence

Downtown business owners 'thrilled' to see increased police presence

'Maybe the tide is changing and a fresh breath of life is being breathed into the core'
Council approval is next milestone for safer Trout Lake Road stretch

Council approval is next milestone for safer Trout Lake Road stretch

A section of road known to local drivers — and the City of North Bay — to get treacherous at times in wet and wintry conditions will move one step closer to reconstruction with the approval of North Bay City Council
La Vase River bridge gets all decked out as snowmobile season approaches

La Vase River bridge gets all decked out as snowmobile season approaches

'As a section of the Great Canada Trail of Canada, the Kate Pace Way is part of the longest network of multi-use trails in the world'
'Amazing' gesture helps family stay close by as little Alisynn recovers

'Amazing' gesture helps family stay close by as little Alisynn recovers

The family has just accepted a generous offer from a member of our community to stay in her Toronto condo while Alisynn is being treated
'Amazing city really wants to help when it’s needed'

'Amazing city really wants to help when it’s needed'

Lakeshore Evangelical Missionary Church, located at 656 Lakeshore Dr., is accepting winter clothing items from 9 a.m. until 1:30 p.m., Tuesdays through Fridays