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Chris Simon

Chris Simon

Chris Simon is an award-winning journalist who has written for publications throughout Simcoe County and York Region. He is the current Editor of BradfordToday and InnisfilToday and has about two decades of experience in the sector. He lives in the community with his lovely wife Sarah and two active and amazing kids. His goal as Editor is to help cement BradfordToday and InnisfilToday as the publications of record within their respective municipalities. Got a news tip? Shoot him an email at the link below

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Recent Work by Chris

Unoccupied Bond Head homes catch fire for 2nd time this year

Unoccupied Bond Head homes catch fire for 2nd time this year

Police, Ontario's Office of the Fire Marshal investigating; no injuries reported but the damage was 'significant,' Bradford's deputy fire chief says
Oh, shoot: Commercial filmed at Innisfil Beach Park today

Oh, shoot: Commercial filmed at Innisfil Beach Park today

Toronto-based Circle Productions filmed at the boat launch and in multiple parking lots June 11
Damage in Sunday morning house fire near Bond Head estimated at $1.5M

Damage in Sunday morning house fire near Bond Head estimated at $1.5M

Homeowners opened garage door to find one of their cars was on fire, deputy chief says
Overnight blaze does ‘significant damage’ to home near Bond Head

Overnight blaze does ‘significant damage’ to home near Bond Head

Garage fire extends into main structure of residence; all occupants escaped due to working smoke detectors, deputy fire chief says
Four events you have to check out in South Simcoe this weekend

Four events you have to check out in South Simcoe this weekend

Bike rodeo, book sale, art display and live jazz all on tap over the next few days, editor writes
IN PHOTOS: Innisfil Farmers' Market back in bloom for 14th season

IN PHOTOS: Innisfil Farmers' Market back in bloom for 14th season

The summertime staple opened in the parking lot outside the Stroud Innisfil Community Centre on June 6
Get an automated call about local policing? It's likely a scam

Get an automated call about local policing? It's likely a scam

South Simcoe police confirm they have not commissioned such a survey; department advises residents hang up the phone, learn to recognize the signs of possible phishing, spoofing calls
‘Give ‘em what I got’: Nantyr Shores band strikes gold at nationals

‘Give ‘em what I got’: Nantyr Shores band strikes gold at nationals

Junior and senior Triton Music concert band has historic two-year run for the school
‘Enjoy this space’: Innisfil Town Square, splash pad reopen

‘Enjoy this space’: Innisfil Town Square, splash pad reopen

Innisfil Beach Road site had been closed for reconstruction work since May 6
Innisfil Beach Road closing around Highway 400 this weekend

Innisfil Beach Road closing around Highway 400 this weekend

Innisfil residents travelling out of town Saturday night or Sunday morning may need to find an alternate route.
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