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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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natasha@bradfordtoday.ca

Recent Work by Natasha

Innisfil dance studio hosting grand opening next week

Innisfil dance studio hosting grand opening next week

Lakeside Dance Studio in Alcona invites residents to come check meet instructors and learn more about their classes
Community mourns Seasons Centre volunteer

Community mourns Seasons Centre volunteer

Bradford mother Lindsey Lewis was diagnosed with cancer last year and lost her battle with the disease on Friday
Innisfil pastor retires after 43 years of service

Innisfil pastor retires after 43 years of service

'There is much life yet to be lived and we will try to maximize our years to continue to make this world a better place,' says Howard Courtney, who also helped organize relief efforts during the 1985 Barrie tornado
Art collection found abandoned in rural Bradford

Art collection found abandoned in rural Bradford

Avid walker Albert Wierenga stumbled across some unique works of art on Friday morning; Only clue is the name 'Scarcella' signed on them
OPP Chorus singing together again after pandemic hiatus

OPP Chorus singing together again after pandemic hiatus

Group rehearses at the Salvation Army in Barrie every Wednesday evening for two hours
'Selling like hotcakes': New Innisfil hoodies support charity

'Selling like hotcakes': New Innisfil hoodies support charity

Apparel allows people from Alcona, Stroud, Lefroy and so on to represent their roots; Net proceeds go to Innisfil Community Foundation
Woman killed in skydiving accident was social-media influencer

Woman killed in skydiving accident was social-media influencer

Toronto woman was a philosophy major at University of Toronto 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

Toronto woman, 21, died Saturday following incident at Skydive Toronto in Innisfil
Pesky pigs still on the loose in Bradford

Pesky pigs still on the loose in Bradford

Ministry of Natural Resources has been called to assist with corralling pigs
Elusive group of pigs destroy area couple's property

Elusive group of pigs destroy area couple's property

Group of pigs on the loose causing quite the spectacle in the Holland Marsh