Articles by Chris Campbell
- Fergie Jenkins statue arrives in Chatham
- Amherstburg reveals first-ever rainbow crosswalk representing inclusivity
- Widespread smoke prompts special air quality statement for Windsor-Essex
- More job fairs expected as people look for better paying work
- Windsor business takes part in 'revolutionary' cooking show
- “It was greatly appreciated”: Customers clear out construction zone bakery
- New Dresden, Ont. subdivision shaping up, to include parks and squash court
- Entrepreneur students gain wisdom from Windsor business leaders
- ‘The people have spoken’: Windsor-Essex voters opposed to privatized health care, according to OHC survey
- Residents along tree-lined Victoria Ave in Chatham, Ont. celebrate win
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.