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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> 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
Grant paves way for 'long overdue' expansion of local mental health outreach program

Grant paves way for 'long overdue' expansion of local mental health outreach program

Program will help Orillia OPP, CMHA deal with 'a surge of mental health issues ... due to COVID and the socioeconomic impacts,' says official
City, OSMH to keep vaccination policies in place

City, OSMH to keep vaccination policies in place

Hospital has 'higher standard to do everything we can to protect the vulnerable,' president says
Local author's latest historical fiction novel a labour of love

Local author's latest historical fiction novel a labour of love

'The only company I had were these characters, so I think that I have clung to this one because it was so difficult to write,' says Rachel McMillan
Ron James bringing 'high-octane comedy' show to Orillia

Ron James bringing 'high-octane comedy' show to Orillia

Celebrated comedian performing March 20 at Orillia Opera House, where he vows to 'leave people laughing and thinking'
Rama elder keeping fish fence story alive on World Storytelling Day

Rama elder keeping fish fence story alive on World Storytelling Day

Presentation by Mark Douglas will be shared as part of free Storytelling Orillia event March 20