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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

There's a new doc-boss in town

There's a new doc-boss in town

Dr. Jennifer Loo's appointment at Algoma Public Health takes effect August 28
Essar Steel Algoma gets third loan extension

Essar Steel Algoma gets third loan extension

A blackout has been ordered on public pronouncements or discussion of mediation talks starting March 22 in Toronto.
Essar Steel Algoma gets third loan extension

Essar Steel Algoma gets third loan extension

A blackout has been ordered on public pronouncements or discussion of mediation talks starting today in Toronto.
Mayor moves to sack Sackville extension

Mayor moves to sack Sackville extension

At Mayor Provenzano's request, the $5-million construction job is expected to be delayed through April and May, with a final decision to be made after that
Sault apologizes to former mayor after backtracking on building naming

Sault apologizes to former mayor after backtracking on building naming

City was going to name building after a former mayor, but realized building was already dedicated to retired judge back in 1990
Downtown microbrewer applies to sell suds by the glass

Downtown microbrewer applies to sell suds by the glass

City council votes to support Outspoken Brewing's application
City Council picks splash pad location

City Council picks splash pad location

It'll be at Bellevue Park
City apologizes to McIntyre family

City apologizes to McIntyre family

Police Services building was previously dedicated to Judge Vannini
No one will ever fill Peter Liepa's shoes. City tries and fails

No one will ever fill Peter Liepa's shoes. City tries and fails

Job search to replace city tax collector comes up dry
City loses $1.2 million in big-box property tax appeals

City loses $1.2 million in big-box property tax appeals

Canadian Tire and Home Depot win big