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David Helwig

David Helwig

David Helwig's journalism career spans six decades beginning in the 1960s.

His work has been recognized with national and international awards from groups including the Canadian Association of Journalists, Canadian Association of Broadcasters, U.S. Free Press Association, New York Festival of Radio, Radio Television News Directors Association of Canada, Canadian Community Newspapers Association and the Michener Awards Foundation.

Helwig launched Village Media's news operations as founding editor in 2002.

Recent Work by David

Kara Flannigan is kind of a big deal

Kara Flannigan is kind of a big deal

Recognized for helping to divert foods destined for waste
Councillors want Shoe to stick a sock in it

Councillors want Shoe to stick a sock in it

Last night, as Councillor Shoemaker's 106th and 107th resolutions failed to gain support, some councillors were openly expressing exasperation
Councillors go after strippers, newlyweds and bus riders to fill city coffers

Councillors go after strippers, newlyweds and bus riders to fill city coffers

Starting Jan. 1, it will cost you a dime more to ride a city bus
Northern communities banding together to advance economic prosperity

Northern communities banding together to advance economic prosperity

Economic summit meetings will focus on agriculture, business and tourism along Highway 17 east to Sault Ste. Marie.
Romano misses vote on ending college strike

Romano misses vote on ending college strike

'I had some important meetings in the Sault that would have been hard to reschedule'
<b>College strike is over. Students expected back on Tuesday</b>

College strike is over. Students expected back on Tuesday

Faculty expected on the job Monday. Students back Tuesday
Latest City Council news from Shoetoday

Latest City Council news from Shoetoday

It's about traffic signals. Advanced traffic signals
Fire at Boniferro Mill Works

Fire at Boniferro Mill Works

Twice on Saturday
Minimum wage increase to cost city $248,000. First budget draft calls for big levy hike

Minimum wage increase to cost city $248,000. First budget draft calls for big levy hike

The city expects to save $403,000 from getting out of the day care business
You want summit dis?

You want summit dis?

Three upcoming economic summit meetings will focus on agriculture, business and tourism along the east highway