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Kim Champion

Kim Champion

Kim Champion joined the Village Media team in August 2018 and is a reporter at NewmarketToday.

Her unabashed love for local journalism began two decades ago after graduating from Centennial College's fast-track journalism program. Kim worked as a reporter for nearly a decade and has served for as long as managing editor of several community newspapers in Ontario, from Toronto to Parry Sound and York Region.

Kim won two provincial news association awards for editorial writing within a five-year time frame and, under her leadership, the news teams she has worked with received national and provincial recognition for its coverage of local politics and community service.

Recent Work by Kim

On the Campaign Trail: Our Newmarket pundits weigh in

On the Campaign Trail: Our Newmarket pundits weigh in

With federal election day breathing down our necks, NewmarketToday talked with a few local residents who enjoy the game of politics as a hobby
More charges expected in large organized crime human trafficking ring bust

More charges expected in large organized crime human trafficking ring bust

York police wish to speak with 33 female victims of human trafficking it identified during investigation
More charges expected in York Region following human-trafficking ring bust

More charges expected in York Region following human-trafficking ring bust

York police wish to speak with 33 female victims of human trafficking it identified during investigation
More charges expected in large organized crime human trafficking ring bust

More charges expected in large organized crime human trafficking ring bust

York police wish to speak with 33 female victims of human trafficking it identified during investigation
Newmarket juried art show spotlights 12 local artists, others from across Ontario

Newmarket juried art show spotlights 12 local artists, others from across Ontario

Opening night is tonight for the show that will showcase Newmarket as an arts hub, co-directors of town's first juried art show say
Artifacts hidden in wall turns up local woman's 366-year family history

Artifacts hidden in wall turns up local woman's 366-year family history

Non-fiction writer Candace Savage was fascinated with original homeowner's name. Who names their kid Napoleon?, Faye Blondin says
Artifacts hidden in wall turns up local woman's 366-year family history

Artifacts hidden in wall turns up local woman's 366-year family history

Non-fiction writer Candace Savage was fascinated with original homeowner's name. Who names their kid Napoleon?, Faye Blondin says
Artifacts hidden in wall turns up woman's 366-year family history

Artifacts hidden in wall turns up woman's 366-year family history

Non-fiction writer Candace Savage was fascinated with original homeowner's name
Community, town in shock over tear-down of Newmarket's heritage Simpson building

Community, town in shock over tear-down of Newmarket's heritage Simpson building

'The best that we can tell, at this point, is the building didn’t come down on its own, but that the owner or someone working for the owner took the building down,' Newmarket mayor says
Artifacts hidden in wall turns up local woman's 366-year family history

Artifacts hidden in wall turns up local woman's 366-year family history

Non-fiction writer Candace Savage was fascinated with original homeowner's name. Who names their kid Napoleon?, Faye Blondin says