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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

Recent Work by Natasha

be contemporary gallery giving local artists a platform to showcase work <b>(11 photos)</b>

be contemporary gallery giving local artists a platform to showcase work (11 photos)

The be contemporary gallery features all sorts of work from local artists including paintings, functional art, sculptures, and more
Bumpy road ahead: Speed cushions pilot program coming to Bradford this summer

Bumpy road ahead: Speed cushions pilot program coming to Bradford this summer

Speed cushions coming to five hot-spot speeding areas in town
Rare disease patient advocates continue battle for affordable drugs

Rare disease patient advocates continue battle for affordable drugs

'This is nothing that Canada should be celebrating,' says area mother of Health Canada approval of cystic fibrosis drug
Heads up! New all way stop at Langford and Rutherford

Heads up! New all way stop at Langford and Rutherford

Watch out for the new all-way stop at Langford and Rutherford Road
Big Texas Barbeque reopens with festival flair at new location <b>(13 photos)</b>

Big Texas Barbeque reopens with festival flair at new location (13 photos)

Owner Ricky Brooks was forced to get creative last year after festivals were cancelled due to the pandemic
Patient groups outraged over PMPRB’s latest campaign

Patient groups outraged over PMPRB’s latest campaign

'I am so saddened that a regulator in Canada would request and budget public money to conduct a lobbying and advocacy campaign rather than engaging in constructive dialogue,' says CORD president
Patient groups outraged over PMPRB’s latest campaign

Patient groups outraged over PMPRB’s latest campaign

'I am so saddened that a regulator in Canada would request and budget public money to conduct a lobbying and advocacy campaign rather than engaging in constructive dialogue,' says CORD president
Council expedites next step in designating Bond Head Conservation District

Council expedites next step in designating Bond Head Conservation District

Council agrees to go ahead with Phase 2 of the HCD project, paid for out of the 2021 budget
Updated EA required for Holland Street reconstruction project

Updated EA required for Holland Street reconstruction project

Completion for the reconstruction of Holland Street is estimated at the end of 2025
Town will start recruiting members for Anti-Racism Advisory Committee

Town will start recruiting members for Anti-Racism Advisory Committee

The committee would represent the local Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour communities and advise council on developing, implementing, and monitoring town policies, programs, and initiatives