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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for 20 years, 10 of which were spent at Orillia’s former daily newspaper, the Packet & Times. He was a reporter before being promoted to city editor and, later, regional editor for five newspapers in Simcoe County. Nathan is also president of the Leacock Associates and is a member of United Way Simcoe Muskoka’s board of directors.

Recent Work by Nathan

Local sensei celebrating 35 years of teaching karate with fall reunion

Local sensei celebrating 35 years of teaching karate with fall reunion

Gerry Campbell, owner of Severn Karate Dojo, began teaching in the area in 1985; 'I want to reconnect with as many of them as possible,' sensei says of former students
Oro-Medonte holding public meeting to discuss cannabis facilities

Oro-Medonte holding public meeting to discuss cannabis facilities

April 7 meeting, which will be live streamed, will focus on zoning bylaw amendment
Student voices heard as Lakehead launches COVID-19 relief fund

Student voices heard as Lakehead launches COVID-19 relief fund

Fund, which was at $34,000 as of Friday afternoon, was requested by students; I really have to thank the students who pushed for this to happen,' says local student
First responders parade past OSMH in 'overwhelming' salute to workers <b>(10 photos and a video)</b>

First responders parade past OSMH in 'overwhelming' salute to workers (10 photos and a video)

Front-line health-care staff and volunteers honoured for work during pandemic; 'It’s motivation for the work that we need to do,' says hospital president
No evidence of more COVID-19 cases at Orillia long-term care home: health unit

No evidence of more COVID-19 cases at Orillia long-term care home: health unit

After Spencer House worker tested positive, long-term care facilities in region are on 'high alert,' region's top doc says
No evidence of more COVID-19 cases at Orillia long-term care home: health unit

No evidence of more COVID-19 cases at Orillia long-term care home: health unit

After Spencer House worker tested positive, long-term care facilities in region are on 'high alert,' region's top doc says
No evidence of more COVID-19 cases at Orillia long-term care home: health unit

No evidence of more COVID-19 cases at Orillia long-term care home: health unit

After Spencer House worker tested positive, long-term care facilities in region are on 'high alert,' region's top doc says
Students petitioning Lakehead for more support during pandemic

Students petitioning Lakehead for more support during pandemic

Lakehead has agreed to one of five requests, but financial relief needed, student says; 'Students can’t afford to wait for support'
Orillia cat shelter in need of donations as fundraisers cancelled

Orillia cat shelter in need of donations as fundraisers cancelled

Non-profit Comfie Cat Shelter hopes government will provide some funding during pandemic
New emergency women's shelter opens in Orillia hotel

New emergency women's shelter opens in Orillia hotel

Lighthouse overseeing operation out of local hotel while Green Haven prepares to reopen; 'We just saw a need and we wanted to fill it,' said official