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Joseph Quigley

Joseph Quigley

Joseph Quigley is NewmarketToday’s municipal reporter. He is a journalist who believes in the importance of local councils and is passionate about the political world, social justice and community service.

Joseph has reported in places across the country for five years, including Alberta and Haliburton, Ontario. He has contributed to award-winning newspapers and stories, including a runner-up for reporter of the year by the Ontario Community Newspapers Association.

Joseph is volunteer with the Haliburton Rotaract Club, completing service projects and acting as secretary. He has english and journalism degrees from Trent University and Loyalist College.

Phone
905-895-1432 ext. 1226
Email
[email protected]

Recent Work by Joseph

King holding onto hope for hospital on Newmarket Greenbelt border

King holding onto hope for hospital on Newmarket Greenbelt border

Council discusses the possibility that the province's yet-to-be-passed Bill 185 could re-open the door to a new Southlake site on its Greenbelt lands
'Dream that came true': Area swimmer qualifies for Olympics

'Dream that came true': Area swimmer qualifies for Olympics

Alex Axon to compete in men's 4 x 200 metre freestyle relay at Paris games in July
Newmarket unveils lineup for free summer concert series

Newmarket unveils lineup for free summer concert series

Practically Hip, St. Kitts Music Inc., Epic Eagles, Dwayne Gretzky among the headliners at the Thursday series starting July 4
'Outstanding': Area MPP's motion on 'responsible use' of AI passes

'Outstanding': Area MPP's motion on 'responsible use' of AI passes

Motion received cross-partisan support and directs the province to adopt methods to assess risks, judge the ethical use of AI in government, develop security measures
'Guardians of heritage': Local historical society hits 50th anniversary

'Guardians of heritage': Local historical society hits 50th anniversary

Society marks anniversary after decades of maintaining Newmarket's archives, historical events
Local badminton player smashes competition on Ontario college scene

Local badminton player smashes competition on Ontario college scene

Newmarket-born Timothy Lock credits run of success to support from family, coaches; Humber College player recently earned OCAA rookie of the year honours
Southlake expanding emergency department to ease overcrowding

Southlake expanding emergency department to ease overcrowding

'There was no other option and we need to act now,' director says of plan to transform ambulance garage to space that can accommodate 50 patients not requiring overnight stays
'Worst times': Single dad fighting cancer becomes homeless

'Worst times': Single dad fighting cancer becomes homeless

'Everybody's got the right to a home, but it seems like that doesn't apply here,' man says, calls out weak government support system
York Pride Festival adds trans march, gets boost from province

York Pride Festival adds trans march, gets boost from province

Organization readying for new events at two-day June festival, and gets a $20,000 tourism grant from provincial government
Upper Canada Mall celebrates 50 years with $50K Southlake donation

Upper Canada Mall celebrates 50 years with $50K Southlake donation

Southlake Foundation gets boost, Newmarket mall to have birthday party May 25 and 26
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