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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

When it comes to women in politics, 'the struggle is real' (8 photos)

When it comes to women in politics, 'the struggle is real' (8 photos)

CFUW hosts speed-networking event to address barriers to women entering politics
Local retirement lodge grants resident's musical wish

Local retirement lodge grants resident's musical wish

Muriel Anderson receives ukulele and lessons through Better Late Than Never program; 'I’m going to enjoy my life even if it kills me,' she says
Looking for a job in Orillia? Now's the time to apply

Looking for a job in Orillia? Now's the time to apply

'We have lots of jobs in the market,' says team leader at Agilec employment services in Orillia
Bell adjusting to Business Leader of the Year title (3 photos)

Bell adjusting to Business Leader of the Year title (3 photos)

Orillia chiropractor picks up award during ceremony Tuesday night
Muay Thai Fight Night coming to Simcoe County this month

Muay Thai Fight Night coming to Simcoe County this month

Event at Rotary Place will feature multiple matches with athletes from across Ontario
Muay Thai Fight Night coming to Simcoe County this month

Muay Thai Fight Night coming to Simcoe County this month

Event will feature multiple matches with athletes from across Ontario
Cousins plans to play new tunes at Roots North

Cousins plans to play new tunes at Roots North

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter performing at Orillia festival April 26
Cousins plans to play new tunes at Roots North

Cousins plans to play new tunes at Roots North

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter performing at Orillia festival April 26
Severn may license short-term rentals to deal with 'problem area'

Severn may license short-term rentals to deal with 'problem area'

Complaints about Shoreview Drive rental property prompt council to take action
Severn residents brace for flooding amid rainfall warning (2 photos)

Severn residents brace for flooding amid rainfall warning (2 photos)

'Overnight, you can have water surrounding your home,' says mayor; Townships urging residents to take measures to protect property