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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

Can China's first steel town teach the Sault about competitiveness?

Can China's first steel town teach the Sault about competitiveness?

City taking a close look at industrial 'smart' parks in the Ontario cities of Brighton and Cambridge, and in Wuhan — the birthplace of Chinese steel
Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Provincial government has until Monday to decide
Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Provincial government has until Monday to decide
Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Provincial government has until Monday to decide
Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Canada decides against appealing landmark annuities case, chief says

Provincial government has until Monday to decide
Councillors want action on flooding in Peoples Road area

Councillors want action on flooding in Peoples Road area

Two big floods in five years
Sault launches recruiting campaign for jobless GM Oshawa autoworkers

Sault launches recruiting campaign for jobless GM Oshawa autoworkers

Tom Vair, the Sault's deputy chief administrative officer for community development and enterprise services, says we have a lot to offer
Sault launches recruiting campaign for jobless GM Oshawa autoworkers

Sault launches recruiting campaign for jobless GM Oshawa autoworkers

Tom Vair, the Sault's deputy chief administrative officer for community development and enterprise services, says we have a lot to offer
Solutions sought for west-end truck traffic complaints

Solutions sought for west-end truck traffic complaints

Concern expressed about speed and weight of trucks on Allen’s Side Road and Wallace Terrace
Sault pushes province to keep weed stores out of certain areas of its downtown

Sault pushes province to keep weed stores out of certain areas of its downtown

Instead of Queen Street, the city wants downtown cannabis stores restricted to places like Wellington between East Street and Elgin in the heart of the Sault's church district