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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

Newmarket resident wins fight against nearly $4,500 gas bill

Newmarket resident wins fight against nearly $4,500 gas bill

'You got to be your biggest advocate,' resident says after bill reduced to $233, while others are concerned by ongoing bill spikes
Newmarket Bike Night draws motorcyclists from GTA and beyond

Newmarket Bike Night draws motorcyclists from GTA and beyond

'For some people, it’s a sport, other it’s a hobby. For many, it’s a lifestyle,' says rider of the friendly weekly summer gathering for motorcycling enthusiasts 
We don't want to scare you ... but ghost tours are ba-a-a-ck

We don't want to scare you ... but ghost tours are ba-a-a-ck

If you dare, register now for downtown Newmarket paranormal investigations next month
Newmarket-Aurora MP launches fully accessible website

Newmarket-Aurora MP launches fully accessible website

No federal requirement for MPs yet, Tony Van Bynen says, but he hopes others will 'follow suit'
What's Going Up: 72-unit townhome proposal making progress

What's Going Up: 72-unit townhome proposal making progress

Application complete for development at Gorham and Muriel, public meeting expected in 2023
IN CONTEXT: Newmarket continues to take heat for massage bylaw

IN CONTEXT: Newmarket continues to take heat for massage bylaw

A nationally published assistant law professor who says the bylaw is racist and possibly unconstitutional is one of several voices in recent weeks criticizing the town
'Get dirty, get involved': Advocate pushes York on housing crisis

'Get dirty, get involved': Advocate pushes York on housing crisis

Housing affordability task force hears plea to prevent housing as commodity, and need for more significant government action
Southlake defends bill to transition patients to alternate care

Southlake defends bill to transition patients to alternate care

Newmarket hospital CEO, chief of staff among Ontario hospitals officials who have endorsed an open letter on Bill 7, saying moving patients to long-term care homes will be handled with compassion
York Region must double homes built in next decade: report

York Region must double homes built in next decade: report

Region planning for 88,500 homes, but University of Ottawa Smart Prosperity Institute says 180,100 needed to meet projected demand
Upper Canada Mall pond work garners concern for wildlife

Upper Canada Mall pond work garners concern for wildlife

Pond expected to return, mayor says, but in the meantime the geese are homeless