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Tim Herd

Tim Herd

Tim graduated from Laurentian University from the Geography program in 2013. From there he moved to Ottawa and worked in the tunnel industry. After he hit his head too many times, he decided to change careers. He enrolled into the Broadcast-Journalism program at Fanshawe College. After two years of broadcast school he joined the 570 NEWS team as a reporter/anchor. He was born in Orillia, Ontario. In his spare time he's typically enjoying a craft beer and producing his podcast called Tall Talk.

Recent Work by Tim

COVID variants detected across Ontario, but none have reached local borders

COVID variants detected across Ontario, but none have reached local borders

Although Medical Officer of Health isn't surprised Public Health Ontario will detect one in the future
Vaccine shipment delays impact WR, first doses temporarily paused next week

Vaccine shipment delays impact WR, first doses temporarily paused next week

After a month of vaccine distribution, and over 13,000 vaccines administered so far
WSIB reject related COVID-19 claims when negative test result issued

WSIB reject related COVID-19 claims when negative test result issued

Or when no test was completed
Local NDP members hold affordable housing rally

Local NDP members hold affordable housing rally

Residents and community advocates voiced concerns over cracks in the housing system
Both regional and police budget approved

Both regional and police budget approved

With the regional budget increasing by 0.51 per cent
Region's Medical Officer of Health pleads with residents to slow down spread

Region's Medical Officer of Health pleads with residents to slow down spread

As Ontario's stay-at-home order is in effect
Public Health hospitalization data reflects both in-town and out-of-town patients

Public Health hospitalization data reflects both in-town and out-of-town patients

The health agency receives its hospital data on an aggregate basis from Ontario
Police investigating hate-motivated incident

Police investigating hate-motivated incident

Happened in Waterloo in the area of King Street South and Willis Way
Residents in 20 LTC and retirement homes will get immunized

Residents in 20 LTC and retirement homes will get immunized

Even as a vast majority of them are under an active outbreak
Ontario hospitals must prepare for out-of-town patient transfers

Ontario hospitals must prepare for out-of-town patient transfers

This, as COVID-19 hospitalizations continue to rise
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