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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

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Recent Work by Natasha

Bradford Coldest Night of The Year Event hosting virtual kickoff this weekend

Bradford Coldest Night of The Year Event hosting virtual kickoff this weekend

The kickoff event takes place on Facebook this Saturday at 1 p.m.
COVID restrictions Q&A with York-Simcoe MPP Mulroney

COVID restrictions Q&A with York-Simcoe MPP Mulroney

BradfordToday chats with York-Simcoe MPP Caroline Mulroney about the current COVID restrictions and the province's overall outlook on the pandemic
Artisan market coming to Portuguese Cultural Centre next month

Artisan market coming to Portuguese Cultural Centre next month

Event takes place Feb. 6 at the Portuguese Cultural Centre
Bradford parents react to kids going back to school on Monday

Bradford parents react to kids going back to school on Monday

'The risk of my children contracting the new variant and being seriously ill is far less likely than the continuing negative implications of not being in school," says Bradford mom
Local school bus drivers feeling 'left out in the cold' throughout pandemic

Local school bus drivers feeling 'left out in the cold' throughout pandemic

'I just wish we were thought of more,' says local school bus driver
<b>HELPERS:</b> Bradford soap maker's love for animals benefits local shelters, rescues

HELPERS: Bradford soap maker's love for animals benefits local shelters, rescues

'It's not a 'me' thing, it's a 'we' thing,' says local animal lover, supporter
'We could go bankrupt in a couple of months' says frustrated Bradford business owner

'We could go bankrupt in a couple of months' says frustrated Bradford business owner

'I am bleeding money so fast right now with the malls being empty,' says local store owner
Holland Marsh Phosphorus Recycling Facility gets support from all levels of government

Holland Marsh Phosphorus Recycling Facility gets support from all levels of government

'It’s great to see provincial politicians from all parties saying they support building the phosphorus pollution facility,' says councillor
Bradford sisters collecting cards for seniors to help lift spirits

Bradford sisters collecting cards for seniors to help lift spirits

The sisters are asking members of the community to submit cards and letters for seniors by Jan. 12
Area woman sees increased interest in her forest school learning pods amid school shutdowns <b>(7 photos) </b>

Area woman sees increased interest in her forest school learning pods amid school shutdowns (7 photos)

'Children need to be connected with nature,' says Innisfil forest school teacher