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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

North Bay council approves up to $500K for development incentive program

North Bay council approves up to $500K for development incentive program

Applications to the fund in 2020 averaged $39,000
Ontario budget includes $5 million for 'potential future passenger rail service'

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

Business case, track audit in progress, says economic development minister
MTO releases passenger rail survey

MTO releases passenger rail survey

Ford government on the hook to fulfill 2018 campaign promise to restore northeastern Ontario passenger rail
North Bay council to province: 'Give us a date' for passenger train return

North Bay council to province: 'Give us a date' for passenger train return

Councillors look to Ottawa to pitch in with subsidies in restoring passenger service cancelled in 2012
Proposed redevelopment incentive targets North Bay's derelict buildings, illegal dumping

Proposed redevelopment incentive targets North Bay's derelict buildings, illegal dumping

Rebates of up to $50,000 are available to poperty owners
North Bay owners say new business 'is guaranteed to fail' in 'Walking Dead' downtown

North Bay owners say new business 'is guaranteed to fail' in 'Walking Dead' downtown

'I refuse to have our new business and others in the downtown core fail because people just keep shrugging their shoulders'
Sturgeon Falls berry farm adjusts to new normal

Sturgeon Falls berry farm adjusts to new normal

Enacting pandemic protocols will save season for Leisure Farms
Proposed sawmill development could bring new jobs to North Bay area

Proposed sawmill development could bring new jobs to North Bay area

Officials unveiled a project which could mean approximately 90 new jobs