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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

Bradford nurse describes working during pandemic while pregnant

Bradford nurse describes working during pandemic while pregnant

Southlake nurse Meagan Warbuck who is expecting later this summer loves learning
Area man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Area man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Bradford appliance repair technician has caught the virus three times throughout the pandemic, and is still battling side effects
Bradford man relieved to be vaccinated after three COVID-19 infections

Bradford man relieved to be vaccinated after three COVID-19 infections

The appliance repair technician, who continues to experience fatigue, fevers, nausea and trouble breathing, finds support on the Facebook Long Hauler group
Area man relieved to be vaccinated after enduring COVID three times

Area man relieved to be vaccinated after enduring COVID three times

'There were times I just wanted to die because when it hits it really hits hard,' says self-employed appliance repairman
Bradford man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Bradford man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

'There were times I would wake myself up from sleeping because my brain would forget how to breathe,' says appliance repairman
Area man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Area man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Bradford appliance repair technician has caught the virus three times throughout the pandemic, and is still battling side effects
Bradford man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Bradford man relieved to be vaccinated after catching COVID three times

Bradford appliance repair technician has caught the virus three times throughout the pandemic, and is still battling side effects
Bradford teen accepted into fast-track medical program at Queen's University

Bradford teen accepted into fast-track medical program at Queen's University

Schymera Samuels is one of 10 Black and Indigenous teens accepted into the prestigious Queen's University medical science program
Mulroney endorses plans for revitalization of downtown Bradford

Mulroney endorses plans for revitalization of downtown Bradford

MPP Caroline Mulroney made an appearance at the town's Downtown Revitalization Committee on Wednesday evening, sharing her vision for the future of the downtown core.
Local teen accepted into fast-track medical program at Queen's University

Local teen accepted into fast-track medical program at Queen's University

Schymera Samuels is one of 10 Black and Indigenous teens accepted into the prestigious Queen's University medical science program