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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.

Recent Work by Nathan

Public feedback encouraged on 'exciting' waterfront plans

Public feedback encouraged on 'exciting' waterfront plans

'I believe it’s time for change. If we create a neighbourhood down there, it’s better for everyone,' says councillor; You can provide input until April 18
Residents asked to weigh in on Laclie St. reconstruction plans

Residents asked to weigh in on Laclie St. reconstruction plans

Options include status quo, widening road to 3 lanes, adding bike lanes; 'Whatever happens will dictate what that street is for the next 20 years,' says Lauer
Sale of Orillia YMCA 'offensive and devious,' says longtime member

Sale of Orillia YMCA 'offensive and devious,' says longtime member

Money from sale may not be used for local programs but will be used to 'ultimately contribute to the financial stability of our charity,' official says
Shade structure needed at skate park as summer nears: councillor

Shade structure needed at skate park as summer nears: councillor

Coun. Rob Kloostra asks staff to look into providing structure at waterfront facility; 'This will give some relief from the heat in the summertime'
Making Orillia's drinking water taste better could deter plastic bottle use: councillor

Making Orillia's drinking water taste better could deter plastic bottle use: councillor

Staff to report back on ways to make city's drinking water taste, smell better; 'If you want to counteract the use of bottled water, you need to have an attractive alternative'
City eyes creation of clean-up crew to tackle 'urgent' litter problem

City eyes creation of clean-up crew to tackle 'urgent' litter problem

Coun. Tim Lauer says problem needs 'long-term, ongoing' attention at municipal level
Area woman awaiting cancer surgery pleads for people to 'come together' to end pandemic

Area woman awaiting cancer surgery pleads for people to 'come together' to end pandemic

'It’s certainly frightening to have cancer running through your body and you can’t get in to have it operated on,' laments Barb Shakell
<b>PROFILE:</b> Woman's life of 'twists and turns' is full of adventure

PROFILE: Woman's life of 'twists and turns' is full of adventure

Carol Ivey has dealt with heartbreak and discovered new passions since moving here from England almost 50 years ago
Area woman awaiting cancer surgery pleads for people to 'come together' to end pandemic

Area woman awaiting cancer surgery pleads for people to 'come together' to end pandemic

'It’s certainly frightening to have cancer running through your body and you can’t get in to have it operated on,' laments Barb Shakell
Area woman awaiting cancer surgery pleads for people to 'come together' to end pandemic

Area woman awaiting cancer surgery pleads for people to 'come together' to end pandemic

'It’s certainly frightening to have cancer running through your body and you can’t get in to have it operated on,' laments Barb Shakell