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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

Local Special Olympian welcomed home like a champ (3 photos)

Local Special Olympian welcomed home like a champ (3 photos)

Orillia's Stephen Graham receives medal to mark organization's 50th anniversary
Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

'Luke was not a drug addict. He experimented recreationally and he died as a result,' says mother
Student-led volunteer centres popping up at local schools

Student-led volunteer centres popping up at local schools

Information Orillia program made available thanks to provincial grant
Severn council gets earful from residents about 'pot house'

Severn council gets earful from residents about 'pot house'

Township working on zoning bylaw amendment, but its hands are tied when it comes to those growing personal medicinal cannabis
Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Community gathers at Orillia Youth Centre for discussion on opioid crisis
Severn council gets earful from residents about 'pot house'

Severn council gets earful from residents about 'pot house'

Township working on zoning bylaw amendment, but its hands are tied when it comes to those growing personal medicinal cannabis
Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Community gathers at Orillia Youth Centre for discussion on opioid crisis
Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Opioid use a 'very dangerous game' (8 photos)

Community gathers at Orillia Youth Centre for discussion on opioid crisis
Business wants to give Mariposa House Hospice a warm welcome

Business wants to give Mariposa House Hospice a warm welcome

Thimbles and Things owner making quilt, selling blocks as fundraiser
Former Miss Canada Tourism wants to empower local girls

Former Miss Canada Tourism wants to empower local girls

Hollyann Carroll offering workshops in Orillia this spring, with hopes of adding Barrie in the future