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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
[email protected]

Recent Work by Joseph

Newmarket adding urban shoulders, painting lines on 5 streets

Newmarket adding urban shoulders, painting lines on 5 streets

Centre lines, urban shoulders, left-turn lanes, stop bars and crosswalk lines among the work on several streets beginning April 24, town says
'Sets a precedent:' Aurora wins case to halt 12-storey condo proposal

'Sets a precedent:' Aurora wins case to halt 12-storey condo proposal

'Intensification must be done properly,' Ontario Land Tribunal says as it rules against proposal on Wellington Street East, despite the province's intervention
Newmarket's champion football team travelling to Ohio to play its top team

Newmarket's champion football team travelling to Ohio to play its top team

Huron Heights Warriors to travel to Ohio in October to play state champions, as they still lack a league to play in
Truck actually 'drives thru' at Newmarket car wash

Truck actually 'drives thru' at Newmarket car wash

Police investigating after damage done to 24-hour car wash at Alexander Road when a truck went through the back wall
Blue Door calls on federal government to scale up Construct program

Blue Door calls on federal government to scale up Construct program

Budget lacked the funding the Newmarket-area housing charity had advocated for to build a trades workforce and housing, while helping individuals get out of poverty
Wonders of art celebrated at Newmarket Juried Art Show

Wonders of art celebrated at Newmarket Juried Art Show

Some Newmarket residents upset at stormwater bills spike

Some Newmarket residents upset at stormwater bills spike

'It won’t be a popular increase (but) we're in a tough spot,' mayor predicted of large increase needed to help pay for rising infrastructure costs
Fourplexes up for consideration in Newmarket's official plan

Fourplexes up for consideration in Newmarket's official plan

Newmarket mayor says regulating them as a right could happen, but issues like parking need to be examined
Conservation authority says take caution near Newmarket and area waterways

Conservation authority says take caution near Newmarket and area waterways

Rainfall and high water levels could lead to flooding
York Region plans to fight soaring private housing costs

York Region plans to fight soaring private housing costs

Municipality holding virtual public information session May 1 on new affordable private market housing plan
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