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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

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Recent Work by Natasha

Community mourns former Newmarket resident's loss to cancer

Community mourns former Newmarket resident's loss to cancer

Newmarket visitation takes place today for Lindsey Lewis, who was supported by family, friends and the community in her battle against a blood cancer
'Camaraderie and connectedness': OPP Chorus welcoming new members

'Camaraderie and connectedness': OPP Chorus welcoming new members

All are invited to join the group that annually performs at police memorial services
Woman killed in skydiving accident was social media influencer

Woman killed in skydiving accident was social media influencer

The 21-year-old Toronto woman was a philosophy major and had nearly 100,000 followers on TikTok
Skydiver died after releasing parachute at low altitude: school

Skydiver died after releasing parachute at low altitude: school

A 21-year-old Toronto woman, a student of Skydive Toronto in Innisfil, died Saturday
Pigs on the loose in Bradford likely invasive species

Pigs on the loose in Bradford likely invasive species

Ministry of Natural Resources has been called to assist with corralling the pigs that have been wreaking havoc
These little piggies won't go 'wee wee wee all the way home'

These little piggies won't go 'wee wee wee all the way home'

An elusive group of pigs on the loose are causing quite the spectacle in the Holland Marsh
Enjoy a high tea experience on shores of Lake Simcoe (VIDEO)

Enjoy a high tea experience on shores of Lake Simcoe (VIDEO)

Parisienne, a French bakery in nearby Friday Harbour, offers the popular tradition of tea, scones, cakes and finger sandwiches
A peek inside Western-themed wonderland of Wild Wild West shop

A peek inside Western-themed wonderland of Wild Wild West shop

Married couple are owners and designers of Wild Wild West in Innisfil, which has seen an increasingly urban, younger clientele
Newmarket, Bradford teens raising funds for kids in foster care

Newmarket, Bradford teens raising funds for kids in foster care

The trio have teamed up with Together We Rise to support the Birthday Boxes program for children in foster care
'Joe's legacy needs to live on:' Remembering Coach Joe

'Joe's legacy needs to live on:' Remembering Coach Joe

Former Newmarket resident Joe Fernicola, head of Little Kickers York Region, passed away at age 44 in April