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Casey Taylor

Casey Taylor

Casey is a reporter and anchor at 570 NEWS. He joined the newsroom in September 2020 after doing a brief stint with Country 107.3 and Easy 101.3 in Tillsonburg. Before that, Casey spent five years as a reporter and news anchor with 680 NEWS in Toronto.

Casey has a degree in Political Science from Wilfrid Laurier University and an advanced diploma in Print and Broadcast Journalism from Humber College.

He was born, raised, and still lives in London.

Recent Work by Casey

Alleged anti-vaccine vandal smashes rock through window of Cambridge pharmacy

Alleged anti-vaccine vandal smashes rock through window of Cambridge pharmacy

Pharmacy owner says what was painted on the rock made the message behind it clear
Region looks to prove extending LRT into Cambridge is worth the $1.5 billion needed to build it

Region looks to prove extending LRT into Cambridge is worth the $1.5 billion needed to build it

Stage 2 of the region's ION Rail project would see the LRT network extended from Fairview Station in Kitchener into downtown Galt
Cutting funding from local medical interpreter program will hurt refugees and cost health system more money: Lindo

Cutting funding from local medical interpreter program will hurt refugees and cost health system more money: Lindo

The Kitchener-Waterloo Multicultural Centre says three-year old program has shown great success, to the point of being emulated elsewhere
Region planning for which schools, daycares will receive rapid COVID-19 testing

Region planning for which schools, daycares will receive rapid COVID-19 testing

Dr. Hsiu-Li Wang says the health unit is consulting with the province and other health units on criteria to identify which schools and child care centres may benefit most from additional screening
Contentious contract talks heat up between Wellesley Township and its outside workers over controversial consultant

Contentious contract talks heat up between Wellesley Township and its outside workers over controversial consultant

The union representing the township's outside workers says it's hard to negotiate with someone who is ''anti-vax and bigoted'' and ''divorced from reality''
Kitchener gives green-light to 20 new firefighters, new fire station in 2026

Kitchener gives green-light to 20 new firefighters, new fire station in 2026

Kitchener's fire chief says, on average, crews are missing targeted response times on over four in every ten calls
Waterloo's top doc weighs in on rapid testing in schools, expanded access to booster shots

Waterloo's top doc weighs in on rapid testing in schools, expanded access to booster shots

Short answer: both are up to the province
Province takes shade after stepping in and stopping rapid COVID test kits meant for local businesses from also being used by parents

Province takes shade after stepping in and stopping rapid COVID test kits meant for local businesses from also being used by parents

The Ministry of Health says the StaySafe Rapid Antigen Screening Program is only meant to protect workers and help local businesses stay open
Tension between trustees as WRDSB eyes potentially enhancing staff vaccination reporting, testing requirements

Tension between trustees as WRDSB eyes potentially enhancing staff vaccination reporting, testing requirements

The province has laid out minimum guidelines for school boards to follow but the Waterloo Region District School board has asked staff to report back about if it could expand on those and what that may look like
CFIB: Ontario's $100M Tourism Recovery Program a 'good start'

CFIB: Ontario's $100M Tourism Recovery Program a 'good start'

The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says while $100M might sound like a lot, it will likely run out
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