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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.

Email
casey.taylor@rci.rogers.com

Recent Work by Casey

No cards, no candy, no Valentine's Day for some kids in Kitchener

No cards, no candy, no Valentine's Day for some kids in Kitchener

Parents at Jean Steckle Public School have been told Valentine's Day has been cancelled
Five of six local murders last year tied to family violence: Police Chief

Five of six local murders last year tied to family violence: Police Chief

Police say family and intimate partner violence is also often tied to other violent crimes like assaults, threats, and criminal harassment
Regional bylaw may need more than a rewrite to allow eviction of encampment residents

Regional bylaw may need more than a rewrite to allow eviction of encampment residents

Waterloo Region Community Legal Services claims the region's property bylaw itself hasn't been deemed unconstitutional but the effect of eviction
New Hamburg feed mill to transform into affordable housing

New Hamburg feed mill to transform into affordable housing

The new owners say they'd like to build around 30 new affordable units offering geared-to-income rent
What comes next for Kitchener's old Cold War bunker?

What comes next for Kitchener's old Cold War bunker?

With work finished to make it safe as a potential public space, the Region of Waterloo says it'll soon be asking for the public to weigh in on what's next
'A Better Tent City' at risk without regional funding

'A Better Tent City' at risk without regional funding

'A Better Tent City' is asking the Region of Waterloo for $180K to stay afloat
WRPS board, union split on number of new officers needed to keep community safe

WRPS board, union split on number of new officers needed to keep community safe

A KPMG report finds a service gap of at least 55 front-line officers but the board's 2023 budget request is only for 19, with more to follow
Kitchener council mulls what to do with extra $1.5 million

Kitchener council mulls what to do with extra $1.5 million

The unallocated funding will be part of the 2023 budget and largely comes from energy savings related to the city's switch to LED streetlights
New tax on the table in Guelph meant to make clear how the province is short-changing its cities

New tax on the table in Guelph meant to make clear how the province is short-changing its cities

The 'Provincial Impacts Local Levy' would help bridge funding gaps in areas of provincial jurisdiction like housing, hospitals, and homelessness
Next Ontario NDP leader promises to use 'every tool' to stop new development on the Greenbelt

Next Ontario NDP leader promises to use 'every tool' to stop new development on the Greenbelt

Marit Stiles says deals were made which seem to benefit very few people, the majority of whom are Progressive Conservative donors
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