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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

Province's approval of cormorant hunt gets mixed reviews

Province's approval of cormorant hunt gets mixed reviews

Local naturalist would rather let nature run its course; 'The cormorants are doing us a favour' by eating invasive fish, he counters
Kids 'clamouring to come back' as youth centre readies for reopening

Kids 'clamouring to come back' as youth centre readies for reopening

Centre set to open its doors Saturday; 'I’m just really looking forward to seeing everybody,' says regular visitor
Severn Township councillor taking six-month leave of absence

Severn Township councillor taking six-month leave of absence

Sarah Valiquette-Thompson requested leave; 'I feel it in my heart and soul that I’ve got to be with my kids and that’s what I’m going to do,' she says
City to use $2.4M in funding to offset costs incurred due to pandemic

City to use $2.4M in funding to offset costs incurred due to pandemic

Orillia receiving municipal, transit funding from province, feds; 'Any funding is welcome,' mayor says
Local company celebrates production of 10 millionth face shield

Local company celebrates production of 10 millionth face shield

Oro-Medonte's Molded Precision Components working on another 17M face shields, says it will 'be in this business forever'
Local company celebrates production of 10 millionth face shield

Local company celebrates production of 10 millionth face shield

Oro-Medonte's Molded Precision Components working on another 17 million face shields, says it will 'be in this business forever'
Free 'healing' retreats being offered to local front-line workers

Free 'healing' retreats being offered to local front-line workers

Retreats in Ramara will include forest therapy and interaction with horses; 'We’d really like to do this for the people who have worked so hard for us'
First ride-share service rolling in Orillia

First ride-share service rolling in Orillia

Local driver with Facedrive wants residents to know they don't have to endure 'long wait times for taxis'
Free 'healing' retreats being offered to local front-line workers

Free 'healing' retreats being offered to local front-line workers

Retreats in Ramara will include forest therapy and interaction with horses; 'We’d really like to do this for the people who have worked so hard for us'
Free 'healing' retreats being offered to local front-line workers

Free 'healing' retreats being offered to local front-line workers

Retreats in Ramara will include forest therapy and interaction with horses; 'We’d really like to do this for the people who have worked so hard for us'