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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.

Email
casey.taylor@rci.rogers.com

Recent Work by Casey

Cost of a new-build home surges more locally than in any other market in Canada except one

Cost of a new-build home surges more locally than in any other market in Canada except one

Since December 2016, the price tag attached to a new-build home in Waterloo Region has shot up nearly 60 per cent
Foreign supply of children's medicine to hit store shelves this week

Foreign supply of children's medicine to hit store shelves this week

A million bottles of children's Advil and Tylenol are expected to hit store shelves in Canada this week, but will that be enough to stop panicked parents from stocking up?
'Jury's out' on province's plan for regional reform: Seiling

'Jury's out' on province's plan for regional reform: Seiling

Waterloo Region's longest-serving past chair says time will tell what exactly the province has planned for our regional governance structure
'Too big a leap:' Police board confused by 2023 budget options

'Too big a leap:' Police board confused by 2023 budget options

A first-look draft WRPS budget for 2023/24 projects regional policing costs will climb above $200-million
Region now among top 5 big urban areas in Canada for immigration

Region now among top 5 big urban areas in Canada for immigration

The region welcomed nearly 28,000 new immigrants from 2016-2021, twice the number in the five years previous
Voters cast ballots for more diverse leadership on regional council

Voters cast ballots for more diverse leadership on regional council

Among the political newcomers: Regional council will have its first Black woman and first woman also living with a physical disability
Survey of homeless reveals options for sanctioned encampment

Survey of homeless reveals options for sanctioned encampment

Survey of people living in three encampments in Cambridge and Kitchener suggests many would be willing to travel a half-hour or more to live in a site managed by regional staff
WRDSB 'weaponizing' code of conduct to quiet criticism: Trustee

WRDSB 'weaponizing' code of conduct to quiet criticism: Trustee

Mike Ramsay, sidelined and sanctioned by colleagues, publicly releasing details of the code of a conduct complaint against him
Paramedics call for province-wide strategy amid staffing crunch

Paramedics call for province-wide strategy amid staffing crunch

The head of a union representing about 300 local medics says they can't hire fast enough to fill growing gaps
Unions say local hospitals facing unsustainable staff turnover

Unions say local hospitals facing unsustainable staff turnover

Ontario Council of Hospital Unions is once again calling on the province to acknowledge and act on an ongoing staffing crisis