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James Hopkin

James Hopkin

James has worked as a video journalist for CTV Northern Ontario in Sault Ste. Marie, APTN National News in Halifax and CBC News in Saskatoon.
He has seven years experience in the newsroom and has worked on television, radio, print and digital news platforms.
James made the 2,074 kilometre trek from Saskatchewan to work for Village Media back in November 2017.
Originally from Manitoulin Island, James is a proud member of Wiikwemkoong Unceded Territory.

Recent Work by James

Downtown homeowner sounds off on garbage, drug activity in her neighbourhood <b>(6 photos)</b>

Downtown homeowner sounds off on garbage, drug activity in her neighbourhood (6 photos)

Retiree at her wits end with garbage-infested property, syringes in nearby laneway
This parking lot sale is raising funds to help vulnerable community members <b>(8 photos)</b>

This parking lot sale is raising funds to help vulnerable community members (8 photos)

Proceeds from two-day event to help SOYA, Youthomes with ongoing costs
Sault mom mad as hell over COVID testing policies for infants

Sault mom mad as hell over COVID testing policies for infants

One-year-old child subjected to four-hour wait in hospital emergency department to get tested
Algoma's tourism industry looks to U.S. visitors for economic boost

Algoma's tourism industry looks to U.S. visitors for economic boost

Tourist attractions in the region look to rebound after losing money due to lack of American visitors
Algoma's tourism industry looks to U.S. visitors for economic boost

Algoma's tourism industry looks to U.S. visitors for economic boost

Tourist attractions in the region look to rebound after losing money due to lack of American visitors
New private charter company offering flights for those concerned with flexibility, luxury, comfort

New private charter company offering flights for those concerned with flexibility, luxury, comfort

Shaire officially launches this week, as stakeholders look to address 'gaps in air travel' locally with new service
Organizers hope drive-in Rotaryfest will give Saultites something to celebrate

Organizers hope drive-in Rotaryfest will give Saultites something to celebrate

Festival-goers will need wheels - and FM radio - to take in this year's edition of Rotaryfest. Here's what you need to know
Anishinaabe author details 'life force energy' of residential school survivors in latest book

Anishinaabe author details 'life force energy' of residential school survivors in latest book

Dr. Theresa Turmel interviewed more than a dozen survivors for her 2020 book, Mnidoo Bemaasing Bemaadiziwin: Reclaiming, Reconnecting, and Demystifying Resiliency as Life Force Energy for Residential School Survivors
Anishinaabe author details 'life force energy' of residential school survivors in latest book

Anishinaabe author details 'life force energy' of residential school survivors in latest book

Dr. Theresa Turmel interviewed more than a dozen survivors for her 2020 book, Mnidoo Bemaasing Bemaadiziwin: Reclaiming, Reconnecting, and Demystifying Resiliency as Life Force Energy for Residential School Survivors
Grotto vandalized on MacDonald Avenue <b>(5 photos)</b>

Grotto vandalized on MacDonald Avenue (5 photos)

Father Paul Conway saddened by smashed statues, busted flower planters, outside Our Lady of Good Counsel Church