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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

Ramara Township council appoints Joe Gough deputy mayor

Ramara Township council appoints Joe Gough deputy mayor

Failed deputy mayor candidate called process 'pretty troublesome,' adding: 'I don’t think the people asked for that nonsense'
Last week, Orillia OPP dealt with 33 calls involving suicide threats

Last week, Orillia OPP dealt with 33 calls involving suicide threats

City's new interim top cop wants to shine spotlight on mental health crisis; There are a 'great deal of' people in the community suffering, he says
Library's 'fun' Summer Reading Club ready to begin new chapter

Library's 'fun' Summer Reading Club ready to begin new chapter

Registration not required this year — one of a number of changes to program because of pandemic; 'I love this. It’s so fun,' says youngster
MNR trying to track down moose in Orillia <b>(5 photos)</b>

MNR trying to track down moose in Orillia (5 photos)

After about two hours in a Rosslyn Road backyard, young moose took off and was last seen on Belmoral Drive
Local daycares not rushing to reopen amid 'nervous' environment

Local daycares not rushing to reopen amid 'nervous' environment

Many were 'caught off guard' by announcement to reopen official says; Local facilities will welcome far fewer children and less staff than before
Parking 'chaos' needs to be addressed, says Orillia resident

Parking 'chaos' needs to be addressed, says Orillia resident

'It’s the worst spot for parking in Orillia,' says Jeremiah Bowes wants more enforcement, better signage on O'Brien Street
'It's time to join them in this fight,' says protest organizer <b>(10 photos)</b>

'It's time to join them in this fight,' says protest organizer (10 photos)

Speakers discuss history of Champlain in region, encourage white people to be allies to Indigenous peoples at peaceful Canada Day protest
Company modifying weed-killing device to battle COVID

Company modifying weed-killing device to battle COVID

Eco Earth Sciences' Aquacide device can be altered 'very cost effectively,' says CEO
Canada Day rally planned to protest Champlain Monument's return

Canada Day rally planned to protest Champlain Monument's return

Monument, whose base was recently vandalized, is set to return by mid-August; rally organizer calls it 'a symbol of white supremacy'
Canada Day rally planned to protest Champlain Monument's return

Canada Day rally planned to protest Champlain Monument's return

Monument, whose base was recently vandalized, is set to return by mid-August; rally organizer calls it 'a symbol of white supremacy'