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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for 20 years, 10 of which were spent at Orillia’s former daily newspaper, the Packet & Times. He was a reporter before being promoted to city editor and, later, regional editor for five newspapers in Simcoe County. Nathan is also president of the Leacock Associates and is a member of United Way Simcoe Muskoka’s board of directors.

Recent Work by Nathan

Orillian 'excited' to take over as city's interim top cop

Orillian 'excited' to take over as city's interim top cop

Insp. Brent Robitaille just wrapped up his first week in the new role; 'For me, this is an opportunity to give back to my community,' he says
Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Visits have been suspended since March; 'There are some individuals who do not understand why they can’t see their loved ones ... and that’s been tough,' CEO says
Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Visits have been suspended since March; 'There are some individuals who do not understand why they can’t see their loved ones ... and that’s been tough,' CEO says
Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Visits have been suspended since March; 'There are some individuals who do not understand why they can’t see their loved ones ... and that’s been tough,' CEO says
Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Precautions have kept virus out of local group homes, but it's been hard on clients

Visits have been suspended since March; 'There are some individuals who do not understand why they can’t see their loved ones ... and that’s been tough,' CEO says
Councillor hopes signs curb dangerous driving in Oro-Medonte

Councillor hopes signs curb dangerous driving in Oro-Medonte

Coun. Shawn Scott placing 'Please slow down' signs in areas where speeding and aggressive driving are prevalent
Councillor hopes signs curb dangerous driving in Oro-Medonte

Councillor hopes signs curb dangerous driving in Oro-Medonte

Coun. Shawn Scott placing 'Please slow down' signs in areas where speeding and aggressive driving are prevalent
Orillia Fall Fair cancelled

Orillia Fall Fair cancelled

September event called off for first time in almost a century; 'It’s definitely a hard day and a decision that was not made lightly,' official says
<b>VIDEO:</b> Demonstrators 'disappointed' more police didn't join them at OPP headquarters <b>(12 photos)</b>

VIDEO: Demonstrators 'disappointed' more police didn't join them at OPP headquarters (12 photos)

Gathering was sparked by death of black man in Minneapolis; 'God, it's scary being black in Orillia,' demonstrator says
Emotions run high at anti-racism protest at OPP headquarters

Emotions run high at anti-racism protest at OPP headquarters

About 17 demonstrators are on site; Some have gathered near the front entrance, prompting police to urge them to return to the roadway