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Casey Taylor

Casey Taylor

Casey is a reporter and anchor at 570 NEWS. He joined the newsroom in September 2020 after doing a brief stint with Country 107.3 and Easy 101.3 in Tillsonburg. Before that, Casey spent five years as a reporter and news anchor with 680 NEWS in Toronto.

Casey has a degree in Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University and an advanced diploma in Print and Broadcast Journalism from Humber College.

He was born, raised, and still lives in London.

Recent Work by Casey

Levelling the vaccination playing field: Region updates efforts to reduce cultural barriers to vaccination

Levelling the vaccination playing field: Region updates efforts to reduce cultural barriers to vaccination

The Region of Waterloo hopes its new COVID-19 vaccination bus will help to bring doses directly to underserved and priority neighbourhoods and communities
Quick action urged ahead of National Summit on Islamophobia

Quick action urged ahead of National Summit on Islamophobia

The National Council of Canadian Muslims has released a list of 61 recommendations in advance of Thursday's summit
Know the rules before day-tripping to the beach in Grand Bend: Lambton Shores mayor

Know the rules before day-tripping to the beach in Grand Bend: Lambton Shores mayor

Grand Bend is once again filling up on weekends and that has the local mayor reminding beach-goers of the rules which he says are mostly about using common sense
Lifting capacity and distancing restrictions doubtful in the fall: Conestoga College

Lifting capacity and distancing restrictions doubtful in the fall: Conestoga College

The President and CEO of Conestoga College says pandemic restrictions are costing a fortune and the school would like to see a return to normal but doubts we'll actually get there in time for the fall semester
As we move into Step 3, keep doing what you can to avoid a step back: Health Unit

As we move into Step 3, keep doing what you can to avoid a step back: Health Unit

Dr. Hsiu-Li Wang says local data continues to trend in the right direction though risk remains, also asking parents to make sure kids stay home from summer camp if they or someone else in the house is symptomatic
Local farms sing 'rain, rain, go away'

Local farms sing 'rain, rain, go away'

A warmer and drier than average June has been followed by a wet and soggy start to July
Minor hockey eyes return to the ice

Minor hockey eyes return to the ice

Hockey registration opens across Waterloo Region in the next few days
Region hopes to dole out 20K doses of COVID vaccine at weekend 'Hockey Hub' clinic at Bingemans

Region hopes to dole out 20K doses of COVID vaccine at weekend 'Hockey Hub' clinic at Bingemans

The clinic is open for first and second dose walk-ins
Frustration builds as Ontario remains in Step 2 of reopening despite vaccination levels

Frustration builds as Ontario remains in Step 2 of reopening despite vaccination levels

Many people are pointing to Ontario's first and second-dose vaccination rate as evidence for why the province should already be in Step 3 of reopening or beyond even though the province's roadmap very clearly lays out a 21+ day wait between each step
'A sense of lawlessness'; Police chief puts aggressive motorists on notice

'A sense of lawlessness'; Police chief puts aggressive motorists on notice

Police say officers from multiple forces broke up a gathering of over 200 modified cars in a Cambridge parking lot over the weekend