Skip to content

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

Healing begins with education in wake of schoolyard antisemitism — Jewish community

Healing begins with education in wake of schoolyard antisemitism — Jewish community

'It’s not really a law enforcement matter. This should be handled by the parents and the teachers — the adults who are shaping these young minds.'
Valenti takes oath, gets right down to council business

Valenti takes oath, gets right down to council business

'It's an honour and a privilege' — new North Bay City Councillor Ed Valenti
Video of Grade 8 students prompts police hate speech investigation at North Bay school

Video of Grade 8 students prompts police hate speech investigation at North Bay school

'...any form of oppression, discrimination or antisemitism is not tolerated in our schools'
No internet? The Health Unit will print off your vaccine certificate for you

No internet? The Health Unit will print off your vaccine certificate for you

As of Wednesday, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a valid exemption will be required to access indoor dining, indoor sports, fitness and recreational facilities, theatres and cinemas, and more
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'
<b>Grade 8 hate speech video prompts police investigation at local school</b>

Grade 8 hate speech video prompts police investigation at local school

'...any form of oppression, discrimination or antisemitism is not tolerated in our schools'
Robertson says campaign experience 'was a dream come true'

Robertson says campaign experience 'was a dream come true'

'We got the chance to make powerful people feel uncomfortable — in the name of the people in this district who are suffering.'
PPC candidate Galante responds to criticism over 'Holocaust tweet'

PPC candidate Galante responds to criticism over 'Holocaust tweet'

What Galante says he did — and will continue to do — is 'speak against the dehumanizing portrayal of Canadians by those in leadership positions.'
Third dose clinics underway for local long-term care residents

Third dose clinics underway for local long-term care residents

Time is of the essence for long-term care residents who are due to roll up their sleeves for annual flu shots, in addition to the third dose of COVID-19 vaccine
'Time to move on' condo board says after Silveri charges withdrawn

'Time to move on' condo board says after Silveri charges withdrawn

Silveri proclaimed his innocence in June 2020: 'I ask the community to reserve judgment and not take at face value all that is rumoured about these charges'