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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

Concerns after Ontario orders bars and restaurants to close earlier

Concerns after Ontario orders bars and restaurants to close earlier

Depending on the style of business and customer peak times, the change in hours can have an impact
Kitchener Rangers and Rangers Reach introduce a new initiative

Kitchener Rangers and Rangers Reach introduce a new initiative

The Rangers Reach 50/50 Raffle will support local agencies in need
Several complaints about university students still hosting large parties

Several complaints about university students still hosting large parties

If gathering limits are not followed, officials with Laurier say students could be subject to the university's non-academic code of conduct
Martin's Family Fruit Farm has been renovating during COVID-19

Martin's Family Fruit Farm has been renovating during COVID-19

The renovations are currently underway at the on-farm orchard market
Homecoming, the decades-long Golden Hawk tradition, is going virtual

Homecoming, the decades-long Golden Hawk tradition, is going virtual

Students, alumni, and friends are invited to celebrate from September 24-27
Local man raising mental health awareness with new clothing brand

Local man raising mental health awareness with new clothing brand

Jonathan Sinden has struggled with bipolar disorder for years
Waterloo Region reporting revenue decline in recyclables

Waterloo Region reporting revenue decline in recyclables

In 2019, the region earned $2.2 million dollars despite a decline in income
Cambridge Shelter Corporation has moved 57 of its residents into permanent housing

Cambridge Shelter Corporation has moved 57 of its residents into permanent housing

Before the move, staff had to develop partnerships with private landlords
A one-year collective agreement approved by Kitchener council and local union officials

A one-year collective agreement approved by Kitchener council and local union officials

It includes a 1.6 per cent salary increase
Kitchener staying clear of full service winter sidewalk cleaning

Kitchener staying clear of full service winter sidewalk cleaning

City council decided instead on a program focused on enforcement, and helping those who cannot clear snow
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