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Natasha Philpott

Natasha Philpott

Natasha is BradfordToday's Community Editor. She graduated from the Media Studies program at The University of Guelph-Humber. She lives in Bradford with her husband, two boys and two cats

Recent Work by Natasha

Police investigating hate-crime in Bradford

Police investigating hate-crime in Bradford

'I don't feel safe in my home,' says victim of hate crime
Let Santa see Innisfil from the skies by taking part in local decorating contest

Let Santa see Innisfil from the skies by taking part in local decorating contest

Proceeds from the entry fees will be split between the Innisfil Food Bank and Christmas 4 Kids charities
Residents roll through Santa Claus parade in Innisfil <b>(32 photos)</b>

Residents roll through Santa Claus parade in Innisfil (32 photos)

Innisfil Community Events Corporation (ICE Corp), organized and executed the second annual Drive-Thru Santa Claus parade on Sunday evening at the Innisfil Recreation Complex parking lot with over 50 volunteers coming out to help ensure a successful, jolly event for the residents of Innisfil
Bradford and Innisfil councillors neck and neck in Movember fundraising competition

Bradford and Innisfil councillors neck and neck in Movember fundraising competition

Only a few days left to get your donations in for the Movember challenge
Busby Centre takes home the pot in 100 Women Who Care fundraising event

Busby Centre takes home the pot in 100 Women Who Care fundraising event

Representatives from The Busby Centre, Empower Simcoe and Little Blue School House had the opportunity to speak to the group about their charity’s mission and goals
Local residents recognized at Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority awards <b>(6 photos)</b>

Local residents recognized at Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority awards (6 photos)

Among the award recipients were six-year-old Ryan Marques of Bradford, Ziemba Farms in the Holland Marsh and Donny Crowder and Gail Loder of Innisfil
Innisfil parents launch new 'princess and superhero' party business

Innisfil parents launch new 'princess and superhero' party business

New business in town hopes to be a one-stop-shop for all parents planning kids' birthday parties
Province launches new mobile training units for firefighters

Province launches new mobile training units for firefighters

The solicitor general was in town today to launch the first mobile fire training unit in Ontario
Residents rally in support of student suspended over controversial flag <b>(7 photos)</b>

Residents rally in support of student suspended over controversial flag (7 photos)

Friends, family and local residents came out in a show of support for BDHS student Carson Young who was suspended last week for refusing to take down the thin blue line flag from his truck
Bradford student suspended for flying thin blue line flag

Bradford student suspended for flying thin blue line flag

Student says he flies the flag in solidarity with his family members who work in law enforcement