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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

It's time to pluck some juicy apples at Avalon Orchards <b>(22 photos)</b>

It's time to pluck some juicy apples at Avalon Orchards (22 photos)

Georgina mayor seeks PM's help with Holland Marsh phosphorus recycling project

Georgina mayor seeks PM's help with Holland Marsh phosphorus recycling project

'This project is of great importance as we need to be reducing the phosphorus load into Lake Simcoe. The health of Lake Simcoe is paramount,' Margaret Quirk says
Wandering Matilda reunited with owner in Alcona

Wandering Matilda reunited with owner in Alcona

'She was a very sweet girl. We're like best friends now,' South Simcoe police constable says of corralling horse near Innisfil school
Innisfil Garden Club hopes to get growing again after long hiatus

Innisfil Garden Club hopes to get growing again after long hiatus

Innisfil Garden Club, which began as the Gilford and District Horticultural Society in 1979, looking for executive members to join the board
Stepmother publishes new book detailing chain of events that 'destroyed' Innisfil family

Stepmother publishes new book detailing chain of events that 'destroyed' Innisfil family

Barrie resident's memoir tells the story of Brandon Majewski's death while riding his bike along Innisfil Beach Road in 2012, his brother's fatal overdose at 23, and their father succumbing to cancer in 2017
Meet the creator behind the app What's For Dinner Today?

Meet the creator behind the app What's For Dinner Today?

What's For Dinner Today? creator James Tonks says there plans to move into the Barrie area, focusing on local restaurants
Controversial sign at Cookstown Home Hardware gets mixed reviews

Controversial sign at Cookstown Home Hardware gets mixed reviews

Sign outside Home Hardware reads 'Vaccinated or not, all are welcome'
Inspired by Tik Tok trend, teen starts sweet new gig

Inspired by Tik Tok trend, teen starts sweet new gig

Guiliano Garito, 13, started a new candy business after being bored in lockdown and seeing others selling mystery candy boxes on Tik Tok
Family sheds tears of joy as province agrees to fund 'life-changing' cystic fibrosis medicine

Family sheds tears of joy as province agrees to fund 'life-changing' cystic fibrosis medicine

'It's a big relief,' says local mom and cystic fibrosis patient advocate
Town staff will explore traffic-calming options at busy Alcona intersection

Town staff will explore traffic-calming options at busy Alcona intersection

'This continues to be a great concern in this community,' says councillor