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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 motion seeks funding support to 'avert major homelessness crisis'

Council motion seeks funding support to 'avert major homelessness crisis'

The Community Advisory Board has decided the 'number one issue in the community right now is the homeless situation,' followed by the rent arrears program
Fire chief gives update on Midas fire (VIDEO)

Fire chief gives update on Midas fire (VIDEO)

'We did find an area where someone has been gaining access to the building'
Fire Chief says second Midas fire deemed suspicious

Fire Chief says second Midas fire deemed suspicious

Fire call came in around 2:30 p.m.
Health Unit: No reports of blood clotting condition from AstraZeneca in district

Health Unit: No reports of blood clotting condition from AstraZeneca in district

According to the Ontario Science Table, the rare blood clotting condition seems to occur between four and 28 days post-vaccination
High-risk workers to receive second vaccine doses sooner

High-risk workers to receive second vaccine doses sooner

As recently as late April, all front-line health care workers at NBRHC were slated to wait the full 16 weeks for their second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine
COVID-19 vaccine: Nearly half of adults in North Bay–Parry Sound have received at least one dose

COVID-19 vaccine: Nearly half of adults in North Bay–Parry Sound have received at least one dose

'You must continue to follow public health measures — no matter if you are fully or partially immunized'
<b>Dr. Chirico supports extension of stay-at-home order</b>

Dr. Chirico supports extension of stay-at-home order

'Hang in there a little longer, make this our last shutdown'
No permits permitted for waterfront rallies

No permits permitted for waterfront rallies

Freedom Rally gatherings that have been held every two weeks since March — in and around the Rotary Rotunda at the waterfront — have taken place without the proper municipal permits
UPDATED: Shot fired near Trout Lake overpass Tuesday as officer forced to dispatch wounded animal

UPDATED: Shot fired near Trout Lake overpass Tuesday as officer forced to dispatch wounded animal

BayToday followed up with NBPS after a citizen witnessed the gunshot near the Trout Lake Road overpass
Robertson urges support from DNSSAB and municipalities for campaign to end homelessness by 2030

Robertson urges support from DNSSAB and municipalities for campaign to end homelessness by 2030

'We spend the most amount of time on this issue. Here's a framework on how to advocate for a solution. We cannot miss this opportunity.'