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James Sebastian-Scott

James Sebastian-Scott

James is the News Director at 570 NEWS. He graduated from the Radio Broadcasting program at Humber College in 2013. During his time at Humber, James was awarded the 680 NEWS Scholarship award. Through that, he was able to learn the ropes of radio news as an intern at CFTR 680 in Toronto. He has been a part of the 570 NEWS team since October 2015.

James was born and raised in Winnipeg, Manitoba and moved to Waterloo Region in 2009.

In his spare time, he enjoys watching sports and reading.

Email
james@570news.com
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Recent Work by James

Waterloo resident takes his golf game to the street

Waterloo resident takes his golf game to the street

Waterloo man posts video to social media showing off his iron game in Uptown Waterloo
Regional council will look at possibility of banning election signs

Regional council will look at possibility of banning election signs

The notice of motion will be presented Wednesday night
Future of gyms becoming more virtual post-pandemic

Future of gyms becoming more virtual post-pandemic

The pandemic has forced some gym owners to take a look at a more virtual business model, including one Waterloo gym
Development company acquires former Budd land

Development company acquires former Budd land

Pre-development work will begin immediately on the Homer Watson Business Park
Tiny homes motion to be tabled at Cambridge council

Tiny homes motion to be tabled at Cambridge council

The motion will be presented to council at a virtual meeting Tuesday
Autonomous vehicles still need work before they become everyday vehicle: UW expert

Autonomous vehicles still need work before they become everyday vehicle: UW expert

Autonomous vehicles are still far from an everyday reality despite advances in technology
Zoning changes being considered to allow tiny homes in Kitchener

Zoning changes being considered to allow tiny homes in Kitchener

The report will be presented to council Monday night
Trinity Bible Chapel continues to defy provincial order

Trinity Bible Chapel continues to defy provincial order

Municipal law enforcement attended Trinity Bible Chapel over the weekend for 'observational purposes'
Sports science becoming more prevalent for athletes

Sports science becoming more prevalent for athletes

Sports science is becoming more popular and helping the development of athletes sustain performance at a high level
Cambridge councillors spar over deputy mayor appointment

Cambridge councillors spar over deputy mayor appointment

The motion narrowly passed by a 5-3 vote Tuesday night
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