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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for more than 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.

Email
nathan@orilliamatters.com

Recent Work by Nathan

<b>COLUMN:</b> Sharing Place needs our help now more than ever

COLUMN: Sharing Place needs our help now more than ever

Local organization is setting plenty of new records — few worth celebrating; 'It is going strong in the wrong direction'
<b>COLUMN:</b> Provenance a 'vine' addition to downtown Orillia

COLUMN: Provenance a 'vine' addition to downtown Orillia

New wine bar and shop in downtown Orillia toasts customers with a welcoming, non-pretentious atmosphere
COLUMN: Downtown shop has cheese to please all tastes (7 photos)

COLUMN: Downtown shop has cheese to please all tastes (7 photos)

Rind and Truckle owners want to ensure customers get what they want and learn something along the way
<b>COLUMN:</b> PICNIC provides one-of-a-kind culinary experience

COLUMN: PICNIC provides one-of-a-kind culinary experience

'What we’re doing is pretty unique to north of Toronto,' says chef at downtown Orillia tapas bar
COLUMN: Chef has long-term vision for Tent Kitchen and Bar (8 photos)

COLUMN: Chef has long-term vision for Tent Kitchen and Bar (8 photos)

Dave Palarajah has already transformed local cuisine, but he's just getting started
<b>COLUMN:</b> Tops in Pizza lives up to its name

COLUMN: Tops in Pizza lives up to its name

Family's passion for pizza, community has benefited Orillia for 48 years
<b>COLUMN:</b> Council should show leadership by supporting patio program

COLUMN: Council should show leadership by supporting patio program

COVID-19 is still a thing, and See You on the Patio provides a sense of both safety and community
<b>COLUMN:</b> Food insecurity doesn't take spring break

COLUMN: Food insecurity doesn't take spring break

Soaring food, fuel costs lead to increasing demand at Sharing Place, which saw 93 first-time visitors in March
Sunshine List salaries at city hall increased by $6.5M over 11 years

Sunshine List salaries at city hall increased by $6.5M over 11 years

Mayor feels wage levels key to recruiting, retaining staff; Coun. Tim Lauer has 'general issue with increases' and says pay is 'more than adequate'
<b>PROFILE:</b> Merchant balances business, advocacy, and frustration with city <b>(4 photos)</b>

PROFILE: Merchant balances business, advocacy, and frustration with city (4 photos)

'It’s embarrassing to live here,' says Paper Kapers owner, who has voiced concerns over bylaws, policing, treatment of vulnerable residents