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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for almost 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

Leacock Museum acquires paintings of humorist and his wife

Leacock Museum acquires paintings of humorist and his wife

Paintings by late Orillia artist Meida Mohun donated to Leacock Museum
Museum acquires paintings of Stephen Leacock and wife Beatrix Hamilton

Museum acquires paintings of Stephen Leacock and wife Beatrix Hamilton

Paintings by late local artist Meida Mohun donated to Leacock Museum
Clinic brings Hollywood treatment to downtown Orillia

Clinic brings Hollywood treatment to downtown Orillia

Anti-Aging Clinic owners' expertise in demand around the world; They have helped doctors of Michael Jackson, Sean 'Diddy Combs and the Kardashians
Orillia students rally to protest sex-ed changes <b>(6 photos)</b>

Orillia students rally to protest sex-ed changes (6 photos)

A few dozen Orillia Secondary School students walked out Friday and marched downtown
Orillia students rally to protest sex-ed changes <b>(6 photos)</b>

Orillia students rally to protest sex-ed changes (6 photos)

A few dozen Orillia Secondary School students walked out Friday and marched downtown
Test results get different grades from local school boards

Test results get different grades from local school boards

Public board pleased with results; Catholic board says 'disconnect' exists between scores, classroom reality
Fund set up to support family dealing with cancer diagnosis

Fund set up to support family dealing with cancer diagnosis

Local business owner Glenn Payne was diagnosed with leukemia in the spring
Patrick Fogarty students are all smiles

Patrick Fogarty students are all smiles

Health and vitality class pushes sales of smile cookies to aid hospital
Local musicians pay it forward

Local musicians pay it forward

Orillia band VK donates concert proceeds to help create recording studio at youth centre
Recording studio would be 'fitting legacy' for late rapper

Recording studio would be 'fitting legacy' for late rapper

Friends and family of Nelson Bell, who died in July, raising money to create free studio for youth