Chris Ensing

CBC News

Chris Ensing is the host of CBC Windsor at 6.

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Windsor home to virtual model of Project Arrow concept vehicle

The birthplace of Canada's auto industry is shifting into the future with virtual engineering, design.
In Depth

Inside a Windsor ICU, exhausted staff fight 2nd COVID wave knowing worse still ahead

Windsor Regional Hospital is being told to brace for more COVID-19 hospitalizations while treating an already huge wave of critical-care patients.

Here's what two top doctors think about how Windsor-Essex has handled the pandemic so far

Two top doctors at Windsor-Essex hospitals say that overall the region has done a good job of handling the pandemic, but now isn't the time to let our guard down. 

Watch how — rain or shine — the big ships on the Detroit River get their mail

Take a look at how exactly the 'mail in the pail' system works on river between Detroit and Windsor.

Ambulance dispatcher left injured man in Windsor feeling 'unhuman'

Two people say a 911 dispatcher who handled their emergency call in Windsor didn't treat their situation seriously because of the community they live in.

The emergency number for ammonia services outside some Windsor rinks is wrong

An emergency number posted at two outdoor rinks in the City of Windsor directs the public to a company that no longer services the rinks.

Shock, sadness and hope: FCA employees head back to work under cloud of layoffs

People who work at Fiat Chrysler Automobiles' Windsor Assembly Plant will head back to work on Monday after reflecting on the announced end of the third shift, which will result in 1,500 people being laid off. 

How cannabis is creating new careers in Windsor-Essex

Some people in Windsor-Essex see spin-off jobs from cannabis as a new career path.

Family says 14-hour, 160-km adventure race in Essex a good bonding experience

People are gearing up for the sixth Essex County adventure race this June.

Windsor has Canada's largest pay gap for women in jobs using tech skills: report

Women make $39,000 less than male workers in Windsor's tech industry, according to a new report.