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Greg McGrath-Goudie

Greg McGrath-Goudie

Greg McGrath-Goudie got started in journalism as a student news editor at Lakehead University, where he completed bachelor’s and master’s degrees in English. Following graduation, he freelanced for a number of publications before landing with Village Media in 2021, where he has worked as an LJI reporter for CollingwoodToday, and now as a city hall/general assignment reporter for OrilliaMatters

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greg@orilliamatters.com

Recent Work by Greg

'Not listening': Over 100 protest Bill 23 at Simcoe MPP's office

'Not listening': Over 100 protest Bill 23 at Simcoe MPP's office

'Before, I was just writing letters; now I'm coming out,' said a resident on the recent passage of controversial Bill 23. 'I'll go to more, as many rallies as I need to'
'Fabulous big party' will mark Leacock Medal's 75th anniversary

'Fabulous big party' will mark Leacock Medal's 75th anniversary

Shortlisted for the 2022 award are Mark Critch, Dawn Dumont and Rick Mercer, whose works came out on top of this year’s 78 submissions
Proposed legislation strikes good balance: gun control advocate

Proposed legislation strikes good balance: gun control advocate

'This puts into balance the interests of gun owners and public safety,' says Ken Price, whose 17-year-old daughter was shot on the Danforth in Toronto in 2018
Supply chain issues, luxury tax sinking local boat dealers

Supply chain issues, luxury tax sinking local boat dealers

'It's a difficult thing to have that demand and not be able to meet it,' says Jason Crate, noting boater are waiting 12 to 24 months for their orders to be completed
Ringo Starr kicks off North American tour at Casino Rama

Ringo Starr kicks off North American tour at Casino Rama

'I'm a musician. I don't have to retire. As long as I can pick up those sticks, I’ve got a gig,' says former Beatle who still has a love for music and performing
Are you protecting yourself from one of the most common cancers?

Are you protecting yourself from one of the most common cancers?

'Melanoma is one of the few cancers with incident rates on the rise among Canadians,' Save Your Skin Foundation founder says
As opioid crisis quietly worsens, mothers of local victims call for action

As opioid crisis quietly worsens, mothers of local victims call for action

'When you're addicted to this kind of stuff, your life can end in one day,' says woman who lost son to opioid poisoning