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Joseph Quigley

Joseph Quigley

Joseph Quigley is NewmarketToday’s municipal reporter. He is a journalist who believes in the importance of local councils and is passionate about the political world, social justice and community service.

Joseph has reported in places across the country for five years, including Alberta and Haliburton, Ontario. He has contributed to award-winning newspapers and stories, including a runner-up for reporter of the year by the Ontario Community Newspapers Association.

Joseph is volunteer with the Haliburton Rotaract Club, completing service projects and acting as secretary. He has english and journalism degrees from Trent University and Loyalist College.

Phone
905-895-1432 ext. 1226
Email
joseph@newmarkettoday.ca

Recent Work by Joseph

'Important we do everything in our power to finish the season': Newmarket minor hockey association

'Important we do everything in our power to finish the season': Newmarket minor hockey association

Leagues readying for possible return Jan. 27, awaiting word on protocols
York Region teachers call for COVID-19 reporting in schools as students return to class

York Region teachers call for COVID-19 reporting in schools as students return to class

Teachers seek board support, but local boards yet to speak against new provincial policy
What's Going Up: Mystery business building million-square-foot facility near Newmarket

What's Going Up: Mystery business building million-square-foot facility near Newmarket

Developer says approximately 1,325 new jobs expected at new advanced distribution and logistics centre on Woodbine near 404 in East Gwillimbury
'It helps kids think of the positive things': Newmarket Optimist Club holds essay, speech contests

'It helps kids think of the positive things': Newmarket Optimist Club holds essay, speech contests

Prizes available for youth in annual competition asking for optimistic reflection
'We are going to see service level challenges': Newmarket considers spending increase to address deteriorating infrastructure

'We are going to see service level challenges': Newmarket considers spending increase to address deteriorating infrastructure

New plan suggests spending up to $81 million more in next decade to alleviate decline in roads, bridges, pipes
Newmarket councillors urge kindness for workers amidst snowstorm

Newmarket councillors urge kindness for workers amidst snowstorm

'I want to take a moment to thank any and all essential workers who did make it in today, on such a horrific snow day,' councillor says
York's top doc says data indicates COVID-19 cases plateauing

York's top doc says data indicates COVID-19 cases plateauing

Public health relying on wastewater data to track course of Omicron wave
'This is why people who look like me and think like me don't run': Newmarket-Aurora Liberal candidate speaks out against  'smear campaign'

'This is why people who look like me and think like me don't run': Newmarket-Aurora Liberal candidate speaks out against 'smear campaign'

Nominee candidate Shameela Shakeel is questioning the nomination process, and criticism she is receiving for her views on Israel-Palestine conflict
What's Coming Up at Council: Newmarket explores future of infrastructure gap

What's Coming Up at Council: Newmarket explores future of infrastructure gap

Council will be taking a detailed look at its core assets such as roads and bridges on Jan. 18
Biostatistician offering York Region parents way to track student COVID-19 cases

Biostatistician offering York Region parents way to track student COVID-19 cases

Tool aims to provide school data as province, public health scales back on reporting