Asha Tomlinson | Contact
Asha Tomlinson is pleased to call Windsor home once again as Host of CBC News Windsor from 5:30 - 7 p.m.
Asha studied at the University of Windsor, graduating with an Honours degree in Communications and after completing a freelance program with CBC Windsor, she has never looked back.
Asha, a native of Toronto, has worked in three provinces and one territory as an Anchor and Reporter. She started as a writer in Toronto and quickly moved in front of the camera, reporting in London, Winnipeg, and Edmonton. She also made the trek to the great white north working for the CBC in Iqaluit, Nunavut.
In 2011, Asha joined CBC News Network as Breaking News Reporter and Host.
Her breaking news coverage includes reporting on the bankruptcy filing for the city of Detroit, the train derailment in Lac Megantic and the Alberta flooding.
Asha has been embedded with the Canadian military in the high Arctic and was on scene at the worst mass shooting in Toronto's history and she also reported on the Newtown shootings in Connecticut.
To mark black history month in 2013, she co-produced and hosted the first-ever special program on CBC News Network called Being Black in Canada.
A dancer at heart, Asha has been a hip hop teacher for more than a decade and created an introductory dance course at the University of Alberta. She's also a former CFL cheerleader for the Edmonton Eskimos and the Toronto Argonauts.
Asha enjoys participating in community events, she's acted as co-host for the 2013 Harry Jerome Awards, she's been an Ambassador for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Canada and was part of a youth mentorship program in Edmonton.
Asha says, "local viewers want news that reflect their community and I hope to tell the stories that matter most to Windsorites."
Katia Augustin | Contact
Katia Augustin is a reporter for CBC Radio in Windsor. She began her career in broadcasting in Winnipeg, Manitoba as a television reporter for Radio-Canada.
Augustin later reported for the French network in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Windsor on both radio and television.
Her professional experience also includes serving as a current affairs reporter with Tele-Quebec in Montreal. And she was part of the start-up team of reporters for Global Television in Quebec city.
Augustin joined the CBC Windsor newsroom after working as a radio producer for Radio-Canada in Windsor for three years.
Karen Brady | Contact
Karen Brady is a video journalist and editor for CBC Windsor at Six.
She has been working for CBC Windsor since 2004.
Karen enjoys covering issues such as the border, health, politics, and the environment.
Karen was born and raised right here in Windsor.
"The best part of my job is finding unique ways to share stories about what matters here in Windsor-Essex. People here value family and community first.
"I'm proud to be a part of this community."
Steven Bull | Contact
Steven Bull has been with CBC Windsor since May 2010. He's a multimedia reporter, filing for radio and television, as well as serving as fill-in host for the Late Night television newscast.
Steven adopted Windsor as his "new" hometown after moving from Scarborough in 2000 to begin his undergraduate business degree at the University of Windsor.
In 2009 he graduated with an MA in Journalism from the University of Western Ontario.
An avid traveller, Steven has worked in Nairobi, Kenya for six months as a newspaper and television business reporter.
He has also worked as a ski guide in the French Alps.
Peter Duck | Contact
Peter Duck is the morning News Editor at CBC Radio in Windsor, bringing you the latest local stories each day, from 5:57 a.m. until noon.
He grew up in Chatham-Kent, on a farm near Morpeth, and attended school in Ridgetown.
He was trained as a journalist at Ryerson University in Toronto.
The first year of his career was spent working in television, for CBC and CTV in Saskatchewan. He started with CBC Radio in Regina in 1998, moving on to CBC in Winnipeg, where he was the afternoon news editor from 2002 to 2008.
Peter moved to Windsor to take his current assignment, with its 3 a.m. wakeup time, in July 2008.
He is married, with two children.
Gino Conte | Contact
Gino Conte is the radio Municipal Affairs and labour reporter.
He's been with CBC in Windsor for more than 25 years and prides himself on having his finger on the pulse of the community.
Sean Henry | Contact
See him. Hear him. Sean Henry is a reporter for CBC Television and Radio in Windsor.
He joined the newsroom in August 2005 after working at Global Quebec for three years.
Sean was born and raised in Montreal. He graduated from Concordia University in 2001.
Sean started working in the business while he was still in school.
He was a reporter for the community television station in Montreal, and was a reporter and host for a current affairs program broadcast in Canadian High Schools.
Sean has also reporter for CBC Television and radio in Toronto, in both languages.
Pat Jeflyn | Contact
Pat Jeflyn was part of the team that pioneered video journalism for the CBC.
She has worked in radio and television, in both English and French, in Toronto, Montreal, Quebec City and Windsor.
Pat has received numerous awards for her visual storytelling.
She loves using her camera to showcase the achievements and innovations of artists, business people, educators and other visionaries in our community.
Allison Johnson | Contact
Allison Johnson is a Windsor girl with a passion for story telling. She came to CBC Windsor right after graduating from the University of Western Ontario in 2000 and has worked here ever since.
She has worked as a reporter in both radio and television news and she has filled in as radio host, news reader and anchor of CBC News: Windsor at Six.
Following the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York, Allison told many stories about how immigrants and refugees in the Windsor/Detroit area were affected by the fallout.
She produced an episode of The Current which was taped in Dearborn, Michigan looking at effects of the Iraq war on the expatriates living there.
In 2004 Allison won a Gabriel Award for her Documentary "School Spirit," the story of how the Assumption high school community united to help two orphaned teens after their mother was killed.
Kimberley Juras | Contact
Kimberley Juras is a reporter and associate producer at CBC Windsor.
Her stories have been part of the Windsor news lineup for the last 7 years.
Kimberley has reported on everything from elections and school board meetings to fires and murders in the Windsor region.
Kimberley began her work in radio, in Toronto, for the then province-wide show Radio Noon as a parenting columnist.
Greg Layson | Contact
Greg Layson is Windsor's web journalist.
During his 13 year journalism career Greg has worked in Kamloops, Sault Ste. Marie, Edmonton and Guelph.
He has not only reported for print and the web but reported and hosted on radio and television as well.
Until recently, Greg worked for the Guelph Mercury where he delivered news and sports stories, photos, blog posts, Tweets, and editorials.
He is known for breaking important local stories and finding creative ways to localize national ones.
Dale Molnar | Contact
Dale Molnar has been a journalist since 1986 when he started his television reporting career in Manitoba. He has worked in radio, television and print since then.
He is currently a video journalist for CBC Windsor but has also worked as a radio reporter and producer.
Dale has been the recipient of numerous awards including a certificate from the New York Festivals, an international competition.
He was born in Windsor and grew up in Essex. Dale lives in Windsor with his wife Jennifer and sons Matthew and Michael.