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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

Newmarket-Aurora Conservative candidate accused of defying election sign rules

Newmarket-Aurora Conservative candidate accused of defying election sign rules

Regional and municipal election sign bylaws are at odds with a candidates’ constitutionally protected right to freedom of expression, top Tory lawyer says
Facts about key battleground riding of Newmarket-Aurora

Facts about key battleground riding of Newmarket-Aurora

The federal riding was created in 2004 and has been held by both Conservatives and Liberals
Newmarket-Aurora NDP candidate vows positive campaign that challenges status quo

Newmarket-Aurora NDP candidate vows positive campaign that challenges status quo

Federal NDP candidate Yvonne Kelly officially opens campaign office
What part of 'road closed' isn't clear, wonders Millard Avenue resident

What part of 'road closed' isn't clear, wonders Millard Avenue resident

Millard from Lorne to Queen is temporarily closed — you face a $110 fine and three demerit points if you get caught ignoring the signs
Liberal candidate hits Main Street Newmarket as writ drops

Liberal candidate hits Main Street Newmarket as writ drops

Tony Van Bynen talks trust, importance of voters to make a local decision first, on the first official day of the 43rd general election campaign
York school boards review service animal policy for special needs students

York school boards review service animal policy for special needs students

Education Ministry orders Ontario school boards to meet standard of student access to service animals in school
Textured warning plates double-edged sword: Newmarket resident

Textured warning plates double-edged sword: Newmarket resident

What are those rusty-looking metal plates being installed in your sidewalks?
Manitobah Mukluks brings Indigenous voice to Newmarket mall <b>(14 photos)</b>

Manitobah Mukluks brings Indigenous voice to Newmarket mall (14 photos)

Local shoppers are promised a unique, immersive retail experience of Indigenous culture and warm winter boots at the Upper Canada pop-up
New minister at St. Andrew's embraces Newmarket with open arms

New minister at St. Andrew's embraces Newmarket with open arms

Self-described 'small-town guy at heart' brings love of community, the church, history and heritage trees to town
Manitobah Mukluks brings Indigenous voice to Newmarket mall

Manitobah Mukluks brings Indigenous voice to Newmarket mall

Local shoppers are promised a unique, immersive retail experience of Indigenous culture and warm winter boots at the Upper Canada pop-up