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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

Leadership hopeful visits with local Liberals in Orillia

Leadership hopeful visits with local Liberals in Orillia

Michael Coteau is one of six people running for Ontario Liberal leader
Leadership hopeful visits with local Liberals in Orillia

Leadership hopeful visits with local Liberals in Orillia

Michael Coteau is one of six people running for Ontario Liberal leader
Local ETFO members take part in first rotating strike

Local ETFO members take part in first rotating strike

Union is 'willing to go to extreme measures,' says local chapter president; MPPs speak out against job action
NHL Alumni, police score big for Special Olympics <b>(27 photos)</b>

NHL Alumni, police score big for Special Olympics (27 photos)

Fans pack the stands at Rotary Place for high-scoring affair
Winter Games kickboxing events moved to Eastview

Winter Games kickboxing events moved to Eastview

Competition in three sports originally scheduled for new rec centre will take place in Barrie, Bracebridge, Rama
Winter Games committee finds new venues after rec centre delay

Winter Games committee finds new venues after rec centre delay

Competition in three sports originally scheduled for new rec centre will take place in Barrie, Bracebridge, Rama
From the ice bar to a giant snow house, Severn Winterfest is taking shape <b>(4 photos)</b>

From the ice bar to a giant snow house, Severn Winterfest is taking shape (4 photos)

Volunteers still sought to help out with this weekend's event at ODAS Park
'Don't be that snowmobiler,' OPP warns <b>(4 photos)</b>

'Don't be that snowmobiler,' OPP warns (4 photos)

Alcohol was a factor in 45 per cent of snowmobile-related fatalities in the past decade, OPP reports during Snowmobile Safety Week
Colin Wackett was 'a real, true leader,' friends and family recall

Colin Wackett was 'a real, true leader,' friends and family recall

Wackett, who got involved in multiple causes, died Jan. 18 at age 84
OPP drives home snowmobile safety message <b>(4 photos)</b>

OPP drives home snowmobile safety message (4 photos)

Alcohol was a factor in 45 per cent of snowmobile-related fatalities in past decade, OPP reports during Snowmobile Safety Week