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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

Police board passes draft budget despite questions about funding

Police board passes draft budget despite questions about funding

'It's safe to say' city's current 'antiquated' network of surveillance cameras will need to be replaced, official says
Chef rings in 'new era' at downtown Orillia restaurant

Chef rings in 'new era' at downtown Orillia restaurant

Era 67 holds event to introduce new executive chef, Nick Myre; 'I don’t have much of an ego. It’s about what the customers want'
Lakehead considering adding sports dome, ball diamonds at Orillia campus

Lakehead considering adding sports dome, ball diamonds at Orillia campus

Recreation opportunities have come up as 'a priority' during consultations, official says
Fundraiser aids a local organization that 'really lifts people up'

Fundraiser aids a local organization that 'really lifts people up'

MP's beef supper raises thousands for Orillia and District Literacy Council; 'When you’re a very small charity, $5,000 is a big deal,' says official
Crossing guards no longer required to get record checks every two years

Crossing guards no longer required to get record checks every two years

Orillia Police Services Board now asking for criminal record checks every three years after cost increased from $25 to $35; 'It is a risk,' official says
Local students 'shine' a light on disease that 'hits close to home'

Local students 'shine' a light on disease that 'hits close to home'

Annual Shinerama sees Georgian College students fan out across Orillia to raise money, awareness
Cancer survivors share their stories during Breakfast for Champions

Cancer survivors share their stories during Breakfast for Champions

Cancer is 'no longer a definite death sentence,' survivor, run organizer says; Terry Fox Week underway in Orillia
Georgian College offering free graphic design for local non-profits

Georgian College offering free graphic design for local non-profits

Project a 'win-win' for students, local organizations
'Leap of faith' project taking shape in old BiWay building

'Leap of faith' project taking shape in old BiWay building

Anitta Hamming's new venture in downtown Orillia could be open by Nov. 1; 'It's super exciting,' entrepreneur says of ambitious endeavour
Orillia venue to host Canadian premiere of Charley Pride documentary

Orillia venue to host Canadian premiere of Charley Pride documentary

Charley Pride: I’m Just Me will be screened Sept. 28 at the Geneva Event Centre; 'It’s something nice for the community,' says venue owner