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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

Local artists urge patio patrons to check out Arts District <b>(4 photos)</b>

Local artists urge patio patrons to check out Arts District (4 photos)

Final Art Walk of the season happening Aug. 21; 'The arts district gets dismissed sometimes. We are here,' artist says
Newmarket's Brain Power Studio 'Dashing Home for Christmas' in Orillia

Newmarket's Brain Power Studio 'Dashing Home for Christmas' in Orillia

Executive producer of Dashing Home for Christmas reveals how you do a kiss scene during COVID-19 pandemic
Controversial event near Chief Island cancelled, according to Facebook update

Controversial event near Chief Island cancelled, according to Facebook update

Boats and Ropes, set to begin today, drew the ire of Rama First Nation; some posts on Facebook indicate people will still gather in area
Controversial event near Chief Island cancelled, according to Facebook update

Controversial event near Chief Island cancelled, according to Facebook update

Boats and Ropes, set to begin today, drew the ire of Rama First Nation; some posts on Facebook indicate people will still gather in area
Local restaurant owner was going to open 'no matter what'

Local restaurant owner was going to open 'no matter what'

Perry Alpitsis had planned to open Uncle Perry’s Seafood and Steak in March; 'Everybody loves it. There are more people coming every day,' he says
Was that snow on the main street? Christmas movie shot in Orillia

Was that snow on the main street? Christmas movie shot in Orillia

'(Orillia) had that cute, small-town look we were looking for. It’s a homey, cozy place,' says executive producer of setting for Dashing Home for Christmas
New fall cormorant hunt getting mixed reviews

New fall cormorant hunt getting mixed reviews

Local naturalist would rather let nature run its course; 'The cormorants are doing us a favour' by eating invasive fish, he counters
Orillia chef puts 'gastronomical twist' on traditional food at new restaurant

Orillia chef puts 'gastronomical twist' on traditional food at new restaurant

Kalvin Sherry opened Krew Kitchen and Catering last week
Kubota workers could strike next week over 'wage disparity'

Kubota workers could strike next week over 'wage disparity'

'You’d hate to see a first strike. It’s not our goal to go on strike. It’s our goal to keep people at work,' says union official
Kubota workers could strike next week over 'wage disparity'

Kubota workers could strike next week over 'wage disparity'

'You’d hate to see a first strike. It’s not our goal to go on strike. It’s our goal to keep people at work,' says union official