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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

Fines issued in 2020 fatal Innisfil boating incident

Fines issued in 2020 fatal Innisfil boating incident

Transport Canada has fined an individual in the fatal boating incident from last summer on Lake Simcoe in Innisfil
Boat operator fined in wake of drowning on Lake Simcoe

Boat operator fined in wake of drowning on Lake Simcoe

Transport Canada says group of friends had seen the boat tours advertised online and hired the individual for a private tour of the lake
Boat operator fined in drowning on Lake Simcoe last year

Boat operator fined in drowning on Lake Simcoe last year

A pleasure craft was carrying paying passengers for a tour without proper certification, licensing or required safety measures, Transport Canada says
Fines issued in last year's fatal boating incident on Lake Simcoe

Fines issued in last year's fatal boating incident on Lake Simcoe

Transport Canada says group of friends had seen the boat tours advertised online and hired the individual for a private tour of the lake
Fines issued in 2020 fatal Innisfil boating incident

Fines issued in 2020 fatal Innisfil boating incident

Transport Canada has fined an individual in the fatal boating incident from last summer on Lake Simcoe in Innisfil
<b>COLUMN:</b> Remembering  the late Coun. Gary Baynes

COLUMN: Remembering the late Coun. Gary Baynes

Remembering the late Coun. Gary Baynes on the one-year anniversary of his death
Poll finds most in favour of banning fireworks in Innisfil

Poll finds most in favour of banning fireworks in Innisfil

60 percent of poll respondents are in favour of banning fireworks in Innisfil
'Short-sighted and discriminatory': CF advocates protest restrictions for life-saving drug

'Short-sighted and discriminatory': CF advocates protest restrictions for life-saving drug

'Let’s ensure (CF physicians) aren’t handcuffed by these shortsighted recommendations and that they are the ones making the important clinical decision of who should access this life-changing drug,' says chief scientific officer, Cystic Fibrosis Canada  
Cystic fibrosis patients upset over recommended restrictive criteria for life-saving drug

Cystic fibrosis patients upset over recommended restrictive criteria for life-saving drug

'By narrowly defining accessibility and continuation criteria CADTH’s recommendation overlooks many of Trikafta’s significant benefits,' says chief scientific officer for CF Canada
Check out this aerial video of Innisfil's beaches

Check out this aerial video of Innisfil's beaches

Local videographer shares his aerial views of Innisfil's beaches