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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

No time to 'waste': Council debates garbage collection limits, tag price hike

No time to 'waste': Council debates garbage collection limits, tag price hike

The 'free three-bag limit,' will drop to two and garbage bag tags will double in cost to $2 each
You can more than double your fun this winter as Lee Park skating trail to be extended

You can more than double your fun this winter as Lee Park skating trail to be extended

'With the positive feedback on the Lee Park skating trail last year, we are hoping to expand upon that'
Support for additional airport funding in budget process

Support for additional airport funding in budget process

'As much as we would like to see the resumption of services at Jack Garland Airport, they are expecting challenges for the next three to six months, easily.'
A heartfelt 'shop local' care package from a trio of homegrown business minds

A heartfelt 'shop local' care package from a trio of homegrown business minds

The Bay Bundle supports 'the businesses where we met for a hot chocolate. The businesses where we went with our families for a special treat on a Sunday afternoon. The businesses that sponsored our hockey and soccer teams.'
<b>Garage owner victimized by crime contemplates throwing in the towel</b>

Garage owner victimized by crime contemplates throwing in the towel

'Unless the courts do something, everybody's hands are tied. All they get is a slap on the wrist and they're out again.'
Working in shifts during pandemic, Santa's helpers are

Working in shifts during pandemic, Santa's helpers are

'Pay your rent and we'll make sure your kids have Christmas'
Health care workers share personal pandemic stories with researchers

Health care workers share personal pandemic stories with researchers

'There's definitely extra stress and some days, you just break down and start crying'
King asks 'Where does this end?' as Council buoys local YMCA

King asks 'Where does this end?' as Council buoys local YMCA

As was noted by several councillors, it is a unique case due to the City of North Bay's partnership with the YMCA when it comes to the municipally-owned aquatic centre
Moyer promises to vacate City Hall peacefully

Moyer promises to vacate City Hall peacefully

'This is barely step one. Just because we get them off this property, it doesn't mean they have housing or their mental health and addictions needs are being addressed or dealt with or supported.'
No 'dereliction' of duty as Council redevelops, passes incentive program

No 'dereliction' of duty as Council redevelops, passes incentive program

'They lower property values, which lowers assessment for the City. They lower investor confidence. They impact tourism. We know that they result in higher rates of crime — in particular arson.'