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Taylor Pace

Taylor Pace

Taylor graduated from the Print Journalism program at Conestoga College in 2018, where she won several awards for her work. Since graduating, she has worked as a communications assistant, fact-checker, and editor. She is currently finishing her degree in English Literature from the University of Guelph. In her spare time, she enjoys playing music, writing fiction, and reading everything she can get her hands on. Taylor joined the KitchenerToday team in April 2021 and contributes on weekends as an editor and reporter.

Recent Work by Taylor

Photography project showcases Waterloo then and now

Photography project showcases Waterloo then and now

Two locals recreated five pictures spanning from 1880 to 1972, depicting a Waterloo that has preserved some of its historical architecture while experiencing immense growth
In the absence of live shows, bluesman Steve Strongman recommits to songwriting

In the absence of live shows, bluesman Steve Strongman recommits to songwriting

Strongman is currently recording his eighth album, set to be released sometime next year
Waterloo local trading her way from a teddy bear to an RV

Waterloo local trading her way from a teddy bear to an RV

Her most recent trade was a vintage camera for a bicycle
The City of Waterloo wants you to get active this summer

The City of Waterloo wants you to get active this summer

Help Waterloo become the most active city in Canada by joining the ParticipACTION Community Better Challenge from June 1 to 30
Cambridge woman's new food truck brings coffee, baked goods and message of regrowth

Cambridge woman's new food truck brings coffee, baked goods and message of regrowth

Sarah Renner is hoping to open the Little Tree Wandering Cafe by mid-June
New food truck brings coffee, baked goods, and message of regrowth

New food truck brings coffee, baked goods, and message of regrowth

Sarah Renner is hoping to open the Little Tree Wandering Cafe by mid-June
Local photographer captures frustration and gratitude amid pandemic

Local photographer captures frustration and gratitude amid pandemic

Ryan Antooa's work is on display in downtown Kitchener as part of the DTK Art Walk.
Virtual musical highlights climate change action

Virtual musical highlights climate change action

Guelph-based singer-songwriter James Gordon uses his folk-pop music to share stories and make change. Half the proceeds of tonight's show will be donated to the KW chapter of the Council of Canadians and Basic Income Waterloo Region.
Ontario provides over $2 million in funding for post-secondary mental health supports

Ontario provides over $2 million in funding for post-secondary mental health supports

Some of the funding is being used to employ artificial intelligence for virtual mental health services at the University of Waterloo
Grant helps local musicians achieve lifelong dreams

Grant helps local musicians achieve lifelong dreams

Fourteen $1,000 grants were awarded to local musicians with the “crème de la crème of ideas and overall most creative plans for creating and connect with their audiences.”
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