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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

Orillia trustee re-elected chair of region's public school board

Orillia trustee re-elected chair of region's public school board

Jodi Lloyd gets second term as chair; Robert North re-elected vice-chair
Orillia trustee re-elected chair of region's public school board

Orillia trustee re-elected chair of region's public school board

Jodi Lloyd gets second term as chair; Robert North re-elected vice-chair
Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Fierté Simcoe Pride’s annual general meeting will take place this evening at Grilled Cheese Social Eatery in downtown Barrie
Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Organization has 'made me who I am today and I hope someday I’ll be able to repay that,' says Brandon Rhéal Amyot
Picketers 'hopeful' as they take part in one-day strike in Orillia <b>(5 photos)</b>

Picketers 'hopeful' as they take part in one-day strike in Orillia (5 photos)

Staff from local schools taking part in province-wide job action; 'Let’s hope it ends and we don’t have to do it again,' says educational assistant
Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Organization has 'made me who I am today and I hope someday I’ll be able to repay that,' says Brandon Rhéal Amyot
Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Fierté Simcoe Pride president stepping down

Organization has 'made me who I am today and I hope someday I’ll be able to repay that,' says Brandon Rhéal Amyot
Massey Medal 'a considerable honour' for Orillia man

Massey Medal 'a considerable honour' for Orillia man

Derek Ford, driven by 'the thrill of adventure,' recognized by Royal Canadian Geographical Society for influential career as geologist
Orillia EA ready to strike, but hopes it can be averted

Orillia EA ready to strike, but hopes it can be averted

Wages, increased class sizes among educational assistants' concerns; 'We are fighting for the cost of living and it really aggravates me,' says Lisa Day
Get into the Christmas spirit with The Barra MacNeils in Guelph

Get into the Christmas spirit with The Barra MacNeils in Guelph

Musical siblings from Nova Scotia bringing East Coast Christmas show to The River Run Centre on Dec. 9