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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

Winter hydro rates set to kick in along with a new choice for how your bill gets calculated

Winter hydro rates set to kick in along with a new choice for how your bill gets calculated

Provincial pandemic hydro rate relief is set to come to an end on Sunday as hydro companies also make the switch to Winter rates
Pandemic time and why many of us seem to be losing track of it

Pandemic time and why many of us seem to be losing track of it

Research out of the University of Waterloo suggests many of us are losing track of time and day more since the pandemic started
New online marketplace looks to connect Canadian businesses with Canadian PPE

New online marketplace looks to connect Canadian businesses with Canadian PPE

The website, Supply and Protect, hopes to become a one-stop-shop for small and medium-sized businesses
Kitchener council calls on province to phase out gas-fired power production

Kitchener council calls on province to phase out gas-fired power production

Kitchener City Council voted unanimously on Monday to join Halton Hills in calling on the Government of Ontario to phase-out the province's gas-fired power plants by 2030.
Region eyes modular homes as potential longer-term solution to shelter crunch

Region eyes modular homes as potential longer-term solution to shelter crunch

Housing was a top topic at Tuesday's Committee of the Whole meeting
COVID-19: Pandemic break from exams offers chance to change the way we test

COVID-19: Pandemic break from exams offers chance to change the way we test

As more and more school boards decide to do away with end-of-term exams because of the pandemic, some experts say it may be time to think about if or how we want to bring them back.
<b>COVID-19:</b> Break from exams offers chance to change the way we test

COVID-19: Break from exams offers chance to change the way we test

As more and more school boards decide to do away with end-of-term exams because of the pandemic, some experts say it may be time to think about if or how we want to bring them back
Long-term care commission recommends more nurses and PSWs, more full-time work, and more direct care

Long-term care commission recommends more nurses and PSWs, more full-time work, and more direct care

Ontario's Long-Term Care COVID-19 Commission has released an early list of five key recommendations including the need to urgently address staffing shortages
Pandemic break from exams offers chance to change the way we test

Pandemic break from exams offers chance to change the way we test

As more and more school boards decide to do away with end-of-term exams because of the pandemic, some experts say it may be time to think about if or how we want to bring them back.
K-W's first independent pharmacy offers COVID-19 testing

K-W's first independent pharmacy offers COVID-19 testing

The Lancaster Wellness Pharmacy in Kitchener is the first independent pharmacy in Waterloo Region to start testing for COVID-19
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