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Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor

Nathan Taylor has been in the news business for more than 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.

Recent Work by Nathan

<b>PROFILE:</b> Adversity, compassion strengthen Orillia woman's resolve

PROFILE: Adversity, compassion strengthen Orillia woman's resolve

Annalise Stenekes has overcome her own challenges while helping others with theirs through hospice work
Rotary club's Girls' Night In fundraiser Zooming ahead

Rotary club's Girls' Night In fundraiser Zooming ahead

Virtual event on April 5 will benefit Orillia club's community work, women's health services at hospital
Decision on road allowance near Ramara airport expected to be deferred

Decision on road allowance near Ramara airport expected to be deferred

'Our understanding of the regulations that govern aerodromes and airports is that this (clear cutting) should not have happened,' says forester
Local business owners warily welcome return to red zone

Local business owners warily welcome return to red zone

'If they don’t start making decisions backed by data, we’re going to be in the same position in a few weeks,' says owner; Today's demonstration called off
Orillia business owners organizing demonstration Friday

Orillia business owners organizing demonstration Friday

Event at MPP's office will draw attention to lockdown's impact on small businesses; 'We’ve done nothing but follow guidelines during the pandemic'
Stop-work order issued over clear-cutting of wetland <b>(7 photos)</b>

Stop-work order issued over clear-cutting of wetland (7 photos)

'I’ve never seen the devastation that I saw out there,' says experienced wetland evaluator of clear-cutting near Ramara Airport
Local demonstration draws attention to 'inequality' of lockdown <b>(5 photos)</b>

Local demonstration draws attention to 'inequality' of lockdown (5 photos)

'It’s just kind of like you’re throwing us to the wolves and it’s not fair,' says business owner
Students a driving force behind new program at Patrick Fogarty

Students a driving force behind new program at Patrick Fogarty

New specialist high-skills major will focus on environment; 'A lot of the impetus came from the student voice,' teacher says
Mariposa Folk Foundation receiving one-time funding from province

Mariposa Folk Foundation receiving one-time funding from province

'We're very grateful,' official says of funding that 'allows us to stay financially viable, working toward time when we can meet again'
Report on climate change reserve coming, despite councillor's objection

Report on climate change reserve coming, despite councillor's objection

Coun. Ralph Cipolla wanted to wait until feds provided details of funding for municipalities