Chris Ensing

CBC News

Chris Ensing is a reporter who has worked as a videojounalist and host for CBC News since 2011.

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Electric surge: More EV charging stations expected by end of summer in Windsor-Essex

There's a growing demand for electric vehicle charging stations in Windsor-Essex.

Families of young adults killed in Windsor, Ont., call for more work to prevent youth violence

Families of young adults who've been killed in Windsor, Ont., are worried about a lack of empathy among youth linked to criminal activity, and are calling for more programs to prevent violence.

4 promises in the federal budget that stand out for Windsor-Essex

The Liberal released released its federal budget on Thursday that'll set the spending pace for Canada, including having a focus on making housing more affordable. Here's what Windsor-Essex in southwestern Ontario can expect out of the plan.

Hospital staff in Windsor, Ont., find ivermectin hidden inside COVID-19 patient's stuffed animal

A COVID-19 patient tried to sneak the anti-parasite drug ivermectin into Windsor Regional Hospital by hiding it inside a stuffed animal, according to an internal memo sent to staff at the Ontario hospital.

Lengthy bus commute forces public transit user to decline job offer

In a city that boasts one of Ontario's fastest commute times, Tara Brosseau would spend 2.5 hours on a bus for job 6 kilometres away.

Once a 'hidden case' of Windsor's homeless, advocate wants more Indigenous-led supports

Kim Noah and her assistant Kelsey Timothy are stretched thin, managing 35 clients a month

Windsor-Essex sees significant rise in people homeless for at least 6 months

A new report looks at data collected during a Point in Time Count conducted in March by the City of Windsor.

Gas detected at site of Wheatley explosion after residents visit properties

It's the second time gas has been detected following an explosion at the site in August that sent seven people to hospital.

6 Toronto cops were found guilty of disparaging anti-racism advocates. The report was kept secret

An internal investigation reviewed comments by six Toronto police officers after a public complaint labelled the posts racist and discreditable to the service.

Illegally parked mobile homes draw concern, police response in Port Lands

A makeshift trailer park in the Port Lands has expanded during the pandemic.