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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>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Activist who went to same school as George Floyd weighs in on 'soul destroying' riots

BEYOND LOCAL: Activist who went to same school as George Floyd weighs in on 'soul destroying' riots

'From this distance, I don’t see many hopeful signs,' Rita Shelton Deverell says of racism, pandemic and rollback of rights legislation fuelling unrest
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Orillia native with COVID-19 urges people to 'take precautions seriously'

ONTARIO: Orillia native with COVID-19 urges people to 'take precautions seriously'

Chad McKillop and wife still feeling effects of coronavirus; 'The more people follow these guidelines, the quicker we’re going to get through this'
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
<b>ONTARIO:</b> Manager of Nissan dealership accused of damaging vehicles at another Nissan dealer

ONTARIO: Manager of Nissan dealership accused of damaging vehicles at another Nissan dealer

The dealership put up surveillance cameras after their lot was struck the first time
ONTARIO: Father of Rehtaeh Parsons calls for action on violence against women <b>(5 photos)</b>

ONTARIO: Father of Rehtaeh Parsons calls for action on violence against women (5 photos)

Glen Canning guest speaker during Thursday's National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women ceremony in Orillia
OPP canines ready for their close-up <b>(6 photos)</b>

OPP canines ready for their close-up (6 photos)

Second annual OPP Canine Calendar unveiled in Orillia
OPP commissioner announces retirement

OPP commissioner announces retirement

Vince Hawkes has held provincial force's top position since early 2014
OPP staff sergeant from somewhere in Ontario charged with sexual assault

OPP staff sergeant from somewhere in Ontario charged with sexual assault

Officer charged in relation to June 2017 incident
Typo means Ontario Winter Games may have to replace 1,500 medals

Typo means Ontario Winter Games may have to replace 1,500 medals

'Huge oversight' led to misprint in French, general manager says
Orillia is taking businesses to court over their signs

Orillia is taking businesses to court over their signs

One business owner calls the move 'asinine'