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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

Tuition, OSAP changes 'disturbing,' says Lakehead student union VP

Tuition, OSAP changes 'disturbing,' says Lakehead student union VP

Theresa Vandeburgt worries about effect on low-income students
Tuition, OSAP changes 'disturbing,' says Lakehead student union VP

Tuition, OSAP changes 'disturbing,' says Lakehead student union VP

Theresa Vandeburgt worries about effect on low-income students
Floorball gives kids early introduction to hockey (5 photos)

Floorball gives kids early introduction to hockey (5 photos)

Students in Hockey Canada Skills Academy organize event for younger peers
Severn woman loses almost everything in fire

Severn woman loses almost everything in fire

Barb Blaedow-Tabbert hoping her cat made it out of Monday's blaze; friend starts GoFundMe account
Severn woman loses almost everything in fire (4 photos)

Severn woman loses almost everything in fire (4 photos)

Barb Blaedow-Tabbert hoping her cat made it out of Monday's blaze; friend starts GoFundMe account
Federal election candidate search underway in Simcoe North

Federal election candidate search underway in Simcoe North

Greens, Liberals, NDP looking to unseat long-time Conservative MP
Orillia studio offering free yoga classes for 'helpers'

Orillia studio offering free yoga classes for 'helpers'

Classes will be led by former paramedic with PTSD; ' Flatulence is accepted. Laughter is mandatory,' she says
Oro-Medonte, Severn say 'no' to retail cannabis — for now

Oro-Medonte, Severn say 'no' to retail cannabis — for now

Ramara pushes decision to Monday; 'The provincial and federal governments have messed this up,' says Ramara mayor
Oro-Medonte, Severn say 'no' to retail cannabis — for now

Oro-Medonte, Severn say 'no' to retail cannabis — for now

Ramara pushes decision to Monday; 'The provincial and federal governments have messed this up,' says Ramara mayor
Saved and salvaged: Orillia Museum of Art and History celebrates 20th anniversary

Saved and salvaged: Orillia Museum of Art and History celebrates 20th anniversary

Residents rallied in early '90s to save Sam Steele building; anniversary exhibition to open Jan. 26