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Evan Taylor

Evan Taylor

Evan graduated from the Broadcast Journalism program at Fanshawe College in 2019. As part of his studies at Fanshawe, he traveled overseas to England as part of an exchange program at Solent University where he hosted his own radio sports program called "Across the Pond" where he covered the major North American sports leagues.

Evan joined the 570 team in the spring of 2019 after interning at our sister station News 95.7 in Halifax. At 570 he works as a reporter and weekend anchor.

Evan was born in Halifax where he spent most of his life. In his spare time you can find him playing or watching soccer, but he insists it's called "football".

Recent Work by Evan

Cambridge takes on festive look for the filming of a Christmas movie

Cambridge takes on festive look for the filming of a Christmas movie

The filming of Magical Christmas Shoes wraps up Thursday night
Poll shows over half of Canadians considering a career change

Poll shows over half of Canadians considering a career change

Edward Jones polled Canadians and found that 54 per cent of them have thought about changing careers in the last year
Poll shows over half of Canadians considering a career change

Poll shows over half of Canadians considering a career change

Edward Jones polled Canadians and found that 54% of them have thought about changing careers in the last year.
Vote passes for pilot project to lower speed limits in Kitchener

Vote passes for pilot project to lower speed limits in Kitchener

Limits will be reduced to 40 kilometres an hour in Stanley Park, Huron Park and Doon South
Premier Ford to make announcement in Waterloo Region

Premier Ford to make announcement in Waterloo Region

Kitchener is the latest stop of Premier Doug Ford’s summer travels
Cambridge city council defers decision on rainbow crosswalk

Cambridge city council defers decision on rainbow crosswalk

Priced at $15,000 Council decided the price was too steep for the LGBTQ initiative
City of Kitchener looks at lower speed limits

City of Kitchener looks at lower speed limits

A proposed pilot project would see over 200 streets having their speeds reduced
Police investigating fatal shooting in Cambridge

Police investigating fatal shooting in Cambridge

Police were called to a plaza at Franklin Boulevard and Jamieson Parkway Wednesday night after reports of shots being fired
Local food bank looks to outfit students in need with back to school supplies

Local food bank looks to outfit students in need with back to school supplies

Cambridge Self-Help Food Bank is putting on its 17th annual Backbacks for Bookworms campaign
More provincial collaboration required to combat gun-related crime

More provincial collaboration required to combat gun-related crime

Police Chief Bryan Larkin says policing must modernize in the battle against violent and gun-related crime