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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

BWG Council meetings will continue online for time being

BWG Council meetings will continue online for time being

Council meetings will remain online for now
Town hopeful fall and winter events will run in modified format

Town hopeful fall and winter events will run in modified format

Town events for fall and winter will need to be modified to accomodate government health and safety guidelines
Local mother, naturopath disappointed with government's response for a national perinatal mental health strategy

Local mother, naturopath disappointed with government's response for a national perinatal mental health strategy

The Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative aren't giving up after their pleas for a national mental health strategy for pregnant and postpartum parents were rejected by the government
BWG Leisure Centre to reopen next month

BWG Leisure Centre to reopen next month

The reopening of the Leisure Centre will be gradual, with limited services and operating hours
Bradford mother, naturopath disappointed with government's response for a national perinatal mental health strategy

Bradford mother, naturopath disappointed with government's response for a national perinatal mental health strategy

The Canadian Perinatal Mental Health Collaborative aren't giving up after their pleas for a national mental health strategy for pregnant and postpartum parents were rejected by the government
Break in at three businesses in West Park Plaza

Break in at three businesses in West Park Plaza

Three stores were the target of a break-in early Tuesday morning
Shovels in the ground: Work on new Bradford fire station heats up

Shovels in the ground: Work on new Bradford fire station heats up

The new fire station will be in between the current fire station and police station on Melbourne Drive and is expected to be completed by the end of 2021
Community steps up to help Innisfil mom with terminal cancer <b>(13 photos)</b>

Community steps up to help Innisfil mom with terminal cancer (13 photos)

Sandalwood Court neighbours come together to help support Innisfil mother and cancer patient Paula Chamberlain
Pandemic adds new challenges for local families dealing with autism

Pandemic adds new challenges for local families dealing with autism

A look at how two local families are coping with the challenges of parenting a child with special needs during a pandemic
Stroud native turns passion for jewelry into boutique business

Stroud native turns passion for jewelry into boutique business

Her knack for tinkering with jewelry comes from her grandfather, who taught her how to fix watches and clocks