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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

'Transport Canada has totally ignored us' says CEO of local coach company

'Transport Canada has totally ignored us' says CEO of local coach company

Larry Hundt, CEO of Kitchener-based Great Canadian Holidays & Coaches, says the onus is on Ottawa to help support the coach industry after Greyhound Canada's decision to end its operations after nearly a century of service
Drop-in for homeless in downtown Galt gets new lease on life

Drop-in for homeless in downtown Galt gets new lease on life

The Region of Waterloo is moving ahead with a plan to offer the AIDS Committee of Cambridge, Kitchener, Waterloo and Area a two-year, $2, lease for space at 150 Main Street
Mayor shares memories of Angie's Waterloo but has sights set on development to come, future of uptown

Mayor shares memories of Angie's Waterloo but has sights set on development to come, future of uptown

Angie's has announced it will remain open for take-out until May 30th at which point it will be turning the ovens off for good
Words of warning ahead of planned anti-racism rally in Wilmot

Words of warning ahead of planned anti-racism rally in Wilmot

An anti-racism rally is planned this weekend in Wilmot Township in response to recent signs seeming to suggest there could be a 'White Lives Matter' march on the same day
Street racing charges down but impaired driving is up: OPP

Street racing charges down but impaired driving is up: OPP

Ontario Provincial Police say the number of drivers charged with stunt driving and street racing this past month dropped significantly from April 2020 though the number of impaired driving charges was up from the same month last year
Local councillor takes to the phones in an effort to get eligible constituents pre-registered for a COVID vaccine

Local councillor takes to the phones in an effort to get eligible constituents pre-registered for a COVID vaccine

As of Monday, the province has extended vaccine eligibility in 114 hot spots to anyone turning 18 or older this year. Six of those hot spots are in Waterloo Region
Waterloo gym to close its doors for good, deciding to make a permanent move to online-only classes

Waterloo gym to close its doors for good, deciding to make a permanent move to online-only classes

Fitness 360 For Women is closing its doors for good after nearly 15 years in operation
Ontario hospitals over-capacity and under threat: CUPE

Ontario hospitals over-capacity and under threat: CUPE

In a new report, the Canadian Union of Public Employees is painting a grim picture of the future of Ontario healthcare if the government continues with a plan to cut billions in funding
Ontario marks National Day of Mourning for those who have died from workplace-related injury or illness

Ontario marks National Day of Mourning for those who have died from workplace-related injury or illness

April 28th was chosen as the National Day of Mourning back in 1984 when the Canadian Labour Congress proclaimed the day to coincide with the 70th anniversary of the day the first Ontario Workers' Compensation Act was approved by the government - it was later enshrined in national legislation on February 1, 1991
Region of Waterloo moves for third-party audit of Miller Waste Systems following fatal collisions

Region of Waterloo moves for third-party audit of Miller Waste Systems following fatal collisions

The move follows a pair of pedestrian fatalities involving garbage trucks
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