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Tyler Evans

Tyler Evans

Tyler Evans got his start in the news business when he was just 15-years-old as a co-op student with The Packet & Times. After completing his studies at Durham College in 2017, he returned to his hometown to serve the community as a video producer and reporter with OrilliaMatters

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tyler@orilliamatters.com

Recent Work by Tyler

'Great cause': Braestone Winter Classic will support cancer centre

'Great cause': Braestone Winter Classic will support cancer centre

'The spirit of the weekend is small-town Canada and family,' said organizer who hopes this year's event will top last year's fundraising total of $77,000
Local musician's band hits Canadian alternative rock charts

Local musician's band hits Canadian alternative rock charts

Ricochet, the latest single from New Friends, debuted at No. 35 on iHeart Radio chart
Story of 'resilience': HRC documentary airing Sunday

Story of 'resilience': HRC documentary airing Sunday

'We need to have this film so we can tell people what happened at this institution,' says survivor
Formula shortage leaving parents and children feeling 'stressed'

Formula shortage leaving parents and children feeling 'stressed'

'It makes me feel guilty every day for not being able to breastfeed and be successful with it,' says local mom who is tired of the 'excuses' given for the shortage
Skiers enjoying slopes despite 'challenging' start to winter

Skiers enjoying slopes despite 'challenging' start to winter

'People will come back and get out skiing as soon as the weather turns here for us,' said Horseshoe Resort official
Severn Township monument honours children who died 'too soon'

Severn Township monument honours children who died 'too soon'

'I think it’s important for the history of our community,' says local resident of monument now at Severn Shores Public School
Ukrainian family celebrating first Canadian Christmas in region

Ukrainian family celebrating first Canadian Christmas in region

'I never before thought that Christmas could be gifted. We feel really included in the community,' says Ukrainian refugee who has found a safe haven in area
Well-known retired local OPP officer robbed in downtown Orillia

Well-known retired local OPP officer robbed in downtown Orillia

Community rallied to replace the money intended for his family as Christmas gifts; 'This has shown me that there are still good people around,' says Neil Hurtubise
Local author aims to change the way ebooks are purchased

Local author aims to change the way ebooks are purchased

Rick Talbot takes unique approach with his new trilogy, Faraway Places
New book tells story of gang that 'terrorized' Simcoe County

New book tells story of gang that 'terrorized' Simcoe County

'It’s quite a story in the history of our area,' says local historian/author Dave Town of his latest book detailing the violent Black Swamp Gang