Articles by Chris Campbell
- 'Fans have been clamouring for this': IMPACT Wrestling returns to Windsor this week
- Chatham-Kent residents asked to weigh in on backyard chickens
- Windsor hosts hundreds of swimmers for 2023 Speedo Eastern Canadian Championships
- New exhibition showcases Windsor’s cycling history
- Local bars, restaurants, and police prepare for busy St. Patrick’s Day
- Cross-examination continues in a Windsor, Ont. murder trial
- 'It’s one of our busiest days!' Windsor bakeries and pizzerias celebrate math-based Pi Day
- 'It’s a great chance we have': CK’s IBL expansion team hopes to honour Chatham Coloured All-Stars
- 'We aren’t dead yet': Friends of Chatham Gathering returns to celebrate life and raise money
- 'It's the right time': Essex County libraries almost back to pre-pandemic service
Born and raised in Chatham-Kent, Chris had his first taste of local news by accidentally interning at a local radio station newsroom in high school.
He graduated from Fanshawe College in London with a diploma in Broadcast Journalism and a certificate in Television News. He then moved onto midwestern Ontario to be a reporter and anchor for a small cable newsroom for just over 3 years. Before calling Windsor home, Chris worked as a videographer in Canada’s only official border city, Lloydminster Alberta/Saskatchewan.
Chris has a passion for local news that can only be compared to his passion for his favourite band - Aerosmith. He enjoys getting as involved in his stories as much as he possibly can and hopes to continue doing so at CTV Windsor.