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Bryan Taylor

Bryan Taylor

Bryan Taylor is a reporter with the Athabasca Advocate. first joining the newspaper in April 2018. He covers Athabasca and Boyle municipal politics, as well as news, community events and sports in and around the region. Outside of the newspaper, he's a married father raising two daughters.

Phone
780-609-9201
Email
btaylor@athabasca.greatwest.ca
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Recent Work by Bryan

Region’s fire departments run through STARS landing exercise

Region’s fire departments run through STARS landing exercise

Forty-nine take part in training at Atmore Vehicle Inspection Site Feb. 13
Grade 9 students from Athabasca off to Quebec

Grade 9 students from Athabasca off to Quebec

Feb. 18-25 trip part of exchange program with Experiences Canada
STARS coming to Athabasca County for rescue training

STARS coming to Athabasca County for rescue training

Wandering River Fire Department to host event Feb. 13 at the Atmore weigh station
Wabasca man charged with second-degree murder

Wabasca man charged with second-degree murder

Desmarais RCMP responded to a fatal stabbing Feb. 8
Grades 7-12 could be cut from Grassland Community School

Grades 7-12 could be cut from Grassland Community School

Aspen View School Division to make final decision April 8 after a viability study recommends complete closure
Athabasca Watershed Council gets $250K in grant funding

Athabasca Watershed Council gets $250K in grant funding

Council’s boundaries cover Athabasca, Westlock, Barrhead and Lac La Biche
A story of survival for premature twins

A story of survival for premature twins

Alysha and Mischa Swan-Miller born at Athabasca Healthcare Centre Jan.
Solar panels delayed for Multiplex

Solar panels delayed for Multiplex

Multiplex society still awaiting word on Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program grant
Chopper opens up Heartwood season

Chopper opens up Heartwood season

Over 110 people see Ray Cooper at Nancy Appleby Theatre Jan. 25
Business as usual following first big snowfall of the year

Business as usual following first big snowfall of the year

Region received 10-centimetre dump Jan. 22