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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

Hazmat suits required at abandoned northern Ontario butcher shop

Hazmat suits required at abandoned northern Ontario butcher shop

'This is the worst I've ever seen,' says one crew member; old freezer full of rotting meat contained a swarm of flies when the door was cracked open
Rotting meat at shuttered butcher shop causes stink in North Bay

Rotting meat at shuttered butcher shop causes stink in North Bay

The power has long been cut off, and the foul smell and infestation of insects indicates meat has been festering inside for quite some time
No clear winner as debate focuses on northern issues

No clear winner as debate focuses on northern issues

'Northern roads are literally your lifelines'
If COVID-19 vaccines work, why are cases involving the fully vaccinated rising?

If COVID-19 vaccines work, why are cases involving the fully vaccinated rising?

'What we're seeing is the more severe illnesses are occurring in the unvaccinated or partially vaccinated'
Grade 8 hate speech video in North Bay prompts police investigation

Grade 8 hate speech video in North Bay prompts police investigation

'...any form of oppression, discrimination or antisemitism is not tolerated in our schools'
Northern Ont. man fighting for school bus safety in brother's memory says he's 'beyond frustrated'

Northern Ont. man fighting for school bus safety in brother's memory says he's 'beyond frustrated'

Ranger says there were 19 recorded local incidents of drivers not stopping for the school bus during the first week of school
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Northern Ontario woman hopes to reach others afflicted with same rare and debilitating medical condition

BEYOND LOCAL: Northern Ontario woman hopes to reach others afflicted with same rare and debilitating medical condition

'It's a rocking feeling. A constant feeling that I'm in motion. A feeling of being drunk that never goes away'
Train in vain: Northern MPPs clash over return of passenger rail

Train in vain: Northern MPPs clash over return of passenger rail

The exchanges came following the announcement of a potential resumption of passenger rail service between Toronto–North Bay–Timmins/Cochrane by the mid-2020s
Ontario budget includes $5 million for 'potential future passenger rail service'

Ontario budget includes $5 million for 'potential future passenger rail service'

'We have huge plans for passenger rail,' in North Bay, said Ontario Northland President and CEO Corina Moore. 'There will be tourism initiatives and we intend to fill that station.'
21 years after Adam Ranger's death, his brother advocates to prevent more tragedies

21 years after Adam Ranger's death, his brother advocates to prevent more tragedies

"Nothing seemed to work," Ranger said of efforts to get drivers to understand the importance of stopping for the school bus