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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

Funding sought for plan that would see art in each ward in Orillia

Funding sought for plan that would see art in each ward in Orillia

Murals and temporary installations are among types of art desired by public; 'Interactive public art is high on the list of things people like to see'
City, Lakehead strike agreement for student use of rec centre

City, Lakehead strike agreement for student use of rec centre

University to pay $35K for access during 2021-22 school year; Lakehead also asks council to reconfigure transit route
Council asked to deny Terry Fox Circle changes during budget talks

Council asked to deny Terry Fox Circle changes during budget talks

Resident suggests council 'think deeply' and either abandon project or defer it until after the 2022 municipal election
Art and mental health merge for Orillia's Culture Days <b>(5 photos)</b>

Art and mental health merge for Orillia's Culture Days (5 photos)

Meeting Place members put their creativity on display; 'You can be anybody to appreciate art and make your own art,' says organizer
City staffer among province's top 10 economic development pros

City staffer among province's top 10 economic development pros

Recognition is 'very humbling,' says Laura Thompson, noting there are more than 1,000 economic development professionals in Ontario
Orillia OPP detachment 'a source of pride' for police, community: solicitor general

Orillia OPP detachment 'a source of pride' for police, community: solicitor general

Facility is now the largest standalone detachment in the province and will 'better serve the people of Orillia and Simcoe County,' official says
Council's decision on Terry Fox Circle 'not a compromise:' group

Council's decision on Terry Fox Circle 'not a compromise:' group

While council voted for scaled-back circle, thousands signed petition to keep it as is; 'I can see a fight happening during the election next year'
Details scant after 3-hour closed session council committee meeting

Details scant after 3-hour closed session council committee meeting

Mayor says details about matters related to Orillia Power, board composition and Hydro One 'land opporunity' will be made public eventually
New TV series about Orillia blends genres, fact and fiction

New TV series about Orillia blends genres, fact and fiction

Aptly titled Sunshine City will be released next year; 'It’s unlike anything else on Canadian TV or a lot of TV in general'
Lakehead bursary created in honour of former MP Stanton

Lakehead bursary created in honour of former MP Stanton

Donations being accepted for Bruce Stanton Public Service Bursary; 'He’s consistently regarded as someone who is humble and a servant,' friend says