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Kristen Brownell

Kristen Brownell

Kristen Brownell is Editor of InnisfilToday and BradfordToday. She has been in print and broadcast media for 17 years, the last 10 of which have been spent as a news writer for Toronto's Breaking News, CP24 and CTV News Channel. Kristen has covered a variety of major national and international news stories, but her passion for local news led her back to covering the community where she grew up. She is eager and excited to join an incredible team, providing stories that matter to you

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Recent Work by Kristen

'Like The Hunger Games': Camp enrolment goes awry for parents

'Like The Hunger Games': Camp enrolment goes awry for parents

'The fact that spots were filling up before we were granted access is very concerning,' says frustrated local parent
St. Patrick's Day revellers urged to trade in keys for green pints

St. Patrick's Day revellers urged to trade in keys for green pints

'Addressing impaired driving is one of our major priorities and tomorrow is no exception,' says South Simcoe police sergeant
Preparedness key for future as COVID-19 pandemic turns three

Preparedness key for future as COVID-19 pandemic turns three

'Indeed this has been one of the worst pandemics of the century. It had a severe impact,' says Simcoe Muskoka medical officer of health
Tec-We-Gwill Women's Institute to hold fraud prevention seminar

Tec-We-Gwill Women's Institute to hold fraud prevention seminar

'We want to help educate people about how to avoid being swindled and what you can do about it,' says WI president
An affordable alternative: Thriving food delivery service looks to expand

An affordable alternative: Thriving food delivery service looks to expand

'We offer far lower fees for the restaurants and we pay our drivers more... By doing this, we are able to provide the best possible service to both our restaurants and customers,' says James Tonks
'Close the Care Gap,' raise awareness on World Cancer Day

'Close the Care Gap,' raise awareness on World Cancer Day

Canadian Cancer Society says COVID-19 pandemic has 'strained our cancer care system, creating unprecedented backlogs and exposing its gaps and vulnerabilities'
Bone-chilling temperatures on the way for Simcoe Muskoka

Bone-chilling temperatures on the way for Simcoe Muskoka

'With that wind chill, it can be very dangerous and freeze flesh in minutes," said Environment Canada senior climatologist
'Inspiring' local youth raises $1,227 for Canadian Cancer Society

'Inspiring' local youth raises $1,227 for Canadian Cancer Society

'I am glad that people loved the bracelets I madeā€¦ It made me really happy when they would send me pictures of them wearing them,' said Leah Salmon
<b>UPDATE:</b> Body found on northbound Highway 400 in Bradford

UPDATE: Body found on northbound Highway 400 in Bradford

UPDATE: The deceased has been identified as a 37-year-old former resident of Bradford
Employer identified following Innisfil industrial accident

Employer identified following Innisfil industrial accident

The Ministry of Labour has identified the company as Res Precast and said it was reported the worker was injured by falling material