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James Hopkin

James Hopkin

James worked as a video journalist for CTV Northern Ontario in Sault Ste. Marie, APTN National News in Halifax and CBC News in Saskatoon prior to joining SooToday in 2017.
He has worked on television, radio, print and digital news platforms at different points in his career.
Born and raised on Manitoulin Island, James is a proud member of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory.

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Recent Work by James

EXCLUSIVE: Gen7 Fuel founder subject of OPP investigation

EXCLUSIVE: Gen7 Fuel founder subject of OPP investigation

Court filings reveal that Glenn Page — who is being sued by his former company for allegedly using misappropriated funds to build a chain of Indigenous-run discount gas stations and live a luxurious lifestyle — is being investigated over 'missing computer data'
Why didn't OPP issue Amber Alert for missing Indigenous girl?

Why didn't OPP issue Amber Alert for missing Indigenous girl?

East Algoma OPP say they don't believe five-year-old was abducted by her mother after the pair suddenly disappeared from Mississauga First Nation earlier this week
Batchewana's Dean Sayers loses bid for national chief

Batchewana's Dean Sayers loses bid for national chief

Former leader of Batchewana First Nation makes it to second ballot before run to lead Assembly of First Nations draws to a close; voting resumes Wednesday night
Surviving the game: Former NHL coach tackles racism in hockey memoir

Surviving the game: Former NHL coach tackles racism in hockey memoir

Former NHL coach of the year from Garden River First Nation opens up about a hockey career dogged by racism in his book, Life in Two Worlds
Final signatory signs onto $10.5B treaty settlement

Final signatory signs onto $10.5B treaty settlement

Garden River First Nation last community to sign off on historic settlement agreement between Robinson Huron Treaty beneficiaries, Canada and Ontario; settlement now officially a done deal
Sault police board declares intimate partner violence an epidemic

Sault police board declares intimate partner violence an epidemic

Sault Ste. Marie Police Services Board will integrate intimate partner violence declaration made at city council this week into its community safety and well-being plan
Dean Sayers announces candidacy for AFN National Chief

Dean Sayers announces candidacy for AFN National Chief

'We need to make markable, measurable improvements — and that takes input from across the country, all the 600-plus chiefs need to have input in that,' says former leader of Batchewana First Nation
'There’s a whole spiritual purpose and intention': Learning how to scrape moose hides at SKG

'There’s a whole spiritual purpose and intention': Learning how to scrape moose hides at SKG

Shingwauk Kinoomaage Gamig hosts two-day workshop on moose hide scraping and preparation this week; hides will be used for Anishinaabe ceremonial items such as drums and shakers
VIDEO: Blind River man charged in road rage incident

VIDEO: Blind River man charged in road rage incident

Suspect faces two counts of assault in connection with September altercation captured on dashcam recording; next court appearance scheduled for Nov. 20 in Elliot Lake
Sault still has the most affordable price in Ontario for housing

Sault still has the most affordable price in Ontario for housing

Average price of a single-family dwelling in the Sault has steadily risen over the past six months — reaching $293K in August, just shy of the high-water pandemic price of $303K - still cheaper than Sudbury or North Bay
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