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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

Countdown to Orillia 2020 Ontario Winter Games has officially started

Countdown to Orillia 2020 Ontario Winter Games has officially started

Hundreds of volunteers have signed up, but hundreds more are needed for Feb. 27-March 1 event
County makes $1M contribution to Lakehead Orillia

County makes $1M contribution to Lakehead Orillia

'Lakehead has changed my life for the better, and without the campus here in Orillia, I honestly can’t say where I’d be right now,' says student
County of Simcoe makes $1M contribution to Lakehead Orillia

County of Simcoe makes $1M contribution to Lakehead Orillia

'Lakehead has changed my life for the better, and without the campus here in Orillia, I honestly can’t say where I’d be right now,' says student
Burl's Creek 'in this for the long run' after tribunal's decision

Burl's Creek 'in this for the long run' after tribunal's decision

Republic Live official describes lengthy hearing as 'a bad story with a good ending'
Take a bag, leave a bag at local grocery stores

Take a bag, leave a bag at local grocery stores

Orillia's Waste Management Advisory Committee launches pilot project with four local retailers
Burl's Creek 'in this for the long run' after tribunal's decision

Burl's Creek 'in this for the long run' after tribunal's decision

Republic Live official describes lengthy hearing as 'a bad story with a good ending'
Burl's Creek 'in this for the long run' after tribunal's decision

Burl's Creek 'in this for the long run' after tribunal's decision

Republic Live official describes lengthy hearing as 'a bad story with a good ending'
Washago Village Lights event 'will brighten up the village'

Washago Village Lights event 'will brighten up the village'

Tree lighting Nov. 22 will be followed by carolling, letters to Santa, complimentary food and drink
Angel Tree an opportunity to honour loved ones, support hospice

Angel Tree an opportunity to honour loved ones, support hospice

Tree will be up at Mariposa Market until Christmas Eve; 'To me, it doesn’t show money raised; it shows the heart of the community,' says supporter
Styx founder in area to give youth the rock-star treatment <b>(8 photos)</b>

Styx founder in area to give youth the rock-star treatment (8 photos)

Chuck Panozzo Youth Legacy Award, named after Styx bassist, presented to dedicated young volunteers; 'Consummate community champion' feted