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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

Recent Work by Natasha

How much is the COVID-19 pandemic going to cost the town of BWG?

How much is the COVID-19 pandemic going to cost the town of BWG?

By the end of the year, staff predicts the town will be in a $170K deficit
Bradford recognizes National AccessAbility Week <b> (4 photos) </b>

Bradford recognizes National AccessAbility Week (4 photos)

May 31 - June 6 marks National AccessAbility Awareness Week
Town of BWG raises Italian flag for Festa della Repubblica

Town of BWG raises Italian flag for Festa della Repubblica

June 2 is celebrated annually as Festa della Repubblica, not only in Italy but around the world, wherever those of Italian heritage have settled
Local yoga studio owner describes recent battle with breast cancer

Local yoga studio owner describes recent battle with breast cancer

'For me right now, it’s about bringing awareness. Because a lot of people think it’s a genetic thing, and it’s not. If I can get this, anybody can get this'
Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with SUV in Innisfil

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with SUV in Innisfil

The crash occurred at 20th Sideroad and 2nd Line in Innisfil
Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with SUV in Innisfil

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with SUV in Innisfil

The crash occurred at 20th Sideroad and 2nd Line in Innisfil
Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with SUV in Innisfil

Motorcyclist airlifted to hospital after collision with SUV in Innisfil

The crash occurred at 20th Sideroad and 2nd Line in Innisfil
Local mother, daughter 'getting loud' for CF and the need for lifesaving medication

Local mother, daughter 'getting loud' for CF and the need for lifesaving medication

Beth and Madi Vanstone have been working tirelessly to help other CF patients and other Canadians with rare diseases gain access to the orphan drugs they require
Bradford yoga studio owner describes recent battle with breast cancer

Bradford yoga studio owner describes recent battle with breast cancer

Breathe Hot Yoga & Wellness Studio owner, Rosie White describes her struggles with cancer and business closure during the COVID-19 pandemic
Mother, daughter 'getting loud' for CF and need for orphan drugs

Mother, daughter 'getting loud' for CF and need for orphan drugs

n June 3, the CF Get Loud community will be hosting a virtual Town Hall for patient advocacy, calling on the federal health minister and other MPs to rescind the changes in the PMPRB, so that the drugs can be submitted to help save patients lives