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Elizabeth Keith

Elizabeth Keith

Elizabeth Keith is a general assignment reporter. She graduated from Carleton University with a Bachelor of Journalism in 2017. Since then, she has covered breaking news and human interest stories, including interviews with Murray Sinclair and Elizabeth May. She has been recognized as a finalist in the RTDNA Canada Awards. Elizabeth is passionate about telling local stories and creating community.

Recent Work by Elizabeth

Surveillance video captures suspect attempting to break into Newmarket house

Surveillance video captures suspect attempting to break into Newmarket house

A man is seen trying to open a door, checking window in Crime Stoppers York Region's crime of the week video
Unattended pot of cooking oil cause of house fire in Newmarket

Unattended pot of cooking oil cause of house fire in Newmarket

No one was injured as a result of the kitchen fire
Aurora barbershops, restaurant among 10 charges laid for COVID-19 violations

Aurora barbershops, restaurant among 10 charges laid for COVID-19 violations

York Region's enforcement task force inspected 895 businesses Jan. 3 to 16
Big snowstorm brings out Newmarket neighbours to help each other

Big snowstorm brings out Newmarket neighbours to help each other

The town deployed 12 single axle plows, 3 pickup truck plows, 18 sidewalk plows and 10 pieces of support equipment to tackle up to 37 cm of snow
Registration open for kindergarten, French immersion at YRDSB

Registration open for kindergarten, French immersion at YRDSB

The deadline for French immersion registration is Feb. 4
Community raffle returns, after first draw raises $35K for Newmarket hospital

Community raffle returns, after first draw raises $35K for Newmarket hospital

Early-bird tickets are on sale now for Southlake Foundation's second 50-50 raffle to help provide needed resources, equipment
Newmarket sees more than 24 cm fall in snowstorm

Newmarket sees more than 24 cm fall in snowstorm

Preliminary reports from Environment Canada show heavy snowfall amounts across southern Ontario
'Rarely more than 10 feet apart': Married truckers enjoy life on the road together

'Rarely more than 10 feet apart': Married truckers enjoy life on the road together

Holly and John Idington, who work for Skelton Truck Lines in East Gwillimbury, have a system for living happily in close quarters
Snowstorm shuts down most York Region vaccination clinics Monday

Snowstorm shuts down most York Region vaccination clinics Monday

The clinic at Newmarket Community Centre is among the closures, however the clinic led by Southlake at Ray Twinney will remain open
Newmarket residents report power flickering, NT Power investigating

Newmarket residents report power flickering, NT Power investigating

Locals on social media said the power interruptions have happened three or four times today