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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

Former Miss Canada Tourism wants to empower local girls

Former Miss Canada Tourism wants to empower local girls

Hollyann Carroll offering workshops in Simcoe County this spring
Building Hope seeks to raise $3M through public campaign

Building Hope seeks to raise $3M through public campaign

'If we can get it by the time we open, we can be mortgage free,' says Lighthouse executive director
City thanks crossing guards for keeping kids safe

City thanks crossing guards for keeping kids safe

Fourth annual Crossing Guard Appreciation Day event held at city hall
Chamber of commerce, ServiceOntario moving next month

Chamber of commerce, ServiceOntario moving next month

Chamber president looking forward to 'fresh start' in plaza on West Street
No shortage of opinions during Champlain Monument workshop (5 photos)

No shortage of opinions during Champlain Monument workshop (5 photos)

City holds first of three workshops to help determine statue's future
Library turns new page with reading club

Library turns new page with reading club

Participation in Winter Reading Club doubled over previous year
Orillia leads pack for Coldest Night of the Year fundraising

Orillia leads pack for Coldest Night of the Year fundraising

City is first per capita in country, and there's still time to donate
Former Miss Canada Tourism wants to empower local girls

Former Miss Canada Tourism wants to empower local girls

Hollyann Carroll offering workshops in Orillia this spring
In-school mentoring: An hour a week goes a long way (4 photos)

In-school mentoring: An hour a week goes a long way (4 photos)

Wayne Brown meets Keegan at his school every week; Big Brothers Big Sisters hoping to put a dent in wait list
Researchers name Minnesota wolf pack after Gordon Lightfoot (7 photos)

Researchers name Minnesota wolf pack after Gordon Lightfoot (7 photos)

Inspired by their surroundings, Voyageurs Wolf Project members named pack after Orillia native