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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

Relief measures for post-secondary education on the way: Romano

Relief measures for post-secondary education on the way: Romano

Minister of Colleges and Universities and Sault MPP Ross Romano announces deferred student loan repayment and online learning for students, $25 million for post-secondary institutions across Ontario
Local First Nations focus on their most vulnerable, consider closing to non-residents

Local First Nations focus on their most vulnerable, consider closing to non-residents

Batchewana, Garden River deliver programming, services to membership while stripped down to essential services
Sault businesses aiming to get protective face shields to healthcare workers

Sault businesses aiming to get protective face shields to healthcare workers

Maker North retooling to produce face shields for frontline workers during COVID-19 pandemic
Sault businesses aiming to get protective face shields to healthcare workers <b>(2 photos)</b>

Sault businesses aiming to get protective face shields to healthcare workers (2 photos)

Maker North retooling to produce face shields for frontline workers during COVID-19 pandemic; Wolseley Canada Inc. and local contractors band together to donate dust masks to hospital workers
Local breweries offer beer delivery, transactions without contact during COVID-19 pandemic

Local breweries offer beer delivery, transactions without contact during COVID-19 pandemic

Outspoken Brewing and Northern Superior Brewing Co. adopt new business models as social distancing becomes the norm
'We don't want to see anyone go hungry': Community Living Algoma delivering food donations to local agencies

'We don't want to see anyone go hungry': Community Living Algoma delivering food donations to local agencies

Businesses with excess food can call Community Living Algoma, which has offered to pick up, distribute donations to local food banks and agencies
Driver charged following collision at Wellington Street East and Pine

Driver charged following collision at Wellington Street East and Pine

Driver extricated from vehicle following Wednesday afternoon collision
Online streaming of funeral services now an option in wake of pandemic, Sault funeral home says

Online streaming of funeral services now an option in wake of pandemic, Sault funeral home says

Arthur Funeral Home continues to offer live webcasting of funeral services
Online streaming of funeral services now an option in wake of pandemic, funeral home says

Online streaming of funeral services now an option in wake of pandemic, funeral home says

Arthur Funeral Home has offered live webcasting of funeral services for years – but now, management says that it could be more useful than ever
Food banks, shelters deal with shortage of food, supplies during pandemic

Food banks, shelters deal with shortage of food, supplies during pandemic

Food banks also changing the way they distribute food to clients due to COVID-19 concerns