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Darren Taylor

Darren Taylor

Darren Taylor is a news reporter and photographer in Sault Ste Marie. He regularly covers community events, political announcements and numerous board meetings. With a background in broadcast journalism before making the jump to digital media, Darren has worked in the media since 1996. Born and raised in the Sault, he has a B.A. from the University of Toronto (specializing in 20th century British, European and U.S. history, 1992) and community college diplomas in Visual Arts (Sault College, 1987) and Broadcast Journalism (Dean's Honour List, Loyalist College, 2000). Darren especially enjoys writing SooToday's What's Up Wednesday feature stories and anything to do with Police, Fire, the military and veterans.

Email
darren@sootoday.com

Recent Work by Darren

Government's long term care plan ‘scary,’ MPP Mantha says

Government's long term care plan ‘scary,’ MPP Mantha says

New Democrat urges patients, families to voice opposition to Bill 7; Sault Area Hospital says ‘difficult decisions must be made’
Sault area remote property selling for $5 million

Sault area remote property selling for $5 million

‘It’s almost like you’re buying your own little country,’ says realtor Trembinski
Federal government runs risk of ‘driving economy into ground and driving people crazy’ says small business leader

Federal government runs risk of ‘driving economy into ground and driving people crazy’ says small business leader

Small business sector sending cry for help to federal government before April budget announcement
Sault school boards react with shock, sadness to racist social media post that postponed basketball title games

Sault school boards react with shock, sadness to racist social media post that postponed basketball title games

Public, Catholic school boards investigating
Online course for children, adults on human trafficking prevention available soon from Sault College

Online course for children, adults on human trafficking prevention available soon from Sault College

Recognizing dangers, taking precautions will be taught in online microcredential course through Sault College
Rapid test kits in big demand, short supply as Omicron cases soar; feds say 140 million kits on the way

Rapid test kits in big demand, short supply as Omicron cases soar; feds say 140 million kits on the way

Sault Chamber hopes to have more free kits for businesses by end of January
Sault boy recovering after BBQ brush bristle removed from throat

Sault boy recovering after BBQ brush bristle removed from throat

Mom says she has switched to using wooden BBQ scraper
‘The time is now to reopen the border,’ northern Ontario tourism businesses say

‘The time is now to reopen the border,’ northern Ontario tourism businesses say

Outfitters call on feds to reopen Canada-U.S. border to fully vaccinated Americans
Snowbirds no 9-5 job, says Northern Ont. man joining aerobatics team

Snowbirds no 9-5 job, says Northern Ont. man joining aerobatics team

‘A lot of work but a great honour’ to join famous aerobatics team, says Patrice Powis-Clement
Vaccines not yet mandatory for return to college, university classrooms

Vaccines not yet mandatory for return to college, university classrooms

College, university states they're monitoring latest news, public health guidelines