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Integrity. Efficiency. Heart.

Travis Fortnum is an emerging talent in the Canadian news industry, armed with comprehensive cross-country experience and proven dedication to the craft of journalism.


He is committed to delivering stories with integrity and innovation, constantly finding new ways to engage and inform audiences.


With a diverse portfolio spanning local, provincial, national, and international stories, Travis has consistently demonstrated his ability to tackle any challenge. Always by deadline.

His exceptional filming and editing skills complement his prowess as a writer, allowing him to craft compelling, character-driven narratives that resonate with viewers.

Just Published

Windsor has most empty downtown offices

May 16, 2024

According to data compiled by CBRE Ltd. Windsor, the city’s downtown core has more empty offices than most anywhere else in the continent.

It’s a 41.6 per cent vacancy rate – well above the national average of 18.4 per cent in CBRE’s market research.

UWindsor expert: Don’t rush to convict bail violator

May 15, 2024

Following the arrest of a 24-year-old murder suspect for repeated bail violations after being charged in 2018, the mother of the murder victim is speaking out, while a University of Windsor professor is urging caution when it comes to Canada’s criminal justice system.

New boutique hotel planned for Walkerville area

May 14, 2024

A boutique hotel is set to be announced for the Walkerville area Wednesday.

According to the Wyandotte Town Centre Business Improvement Association, the ‘West Walkerville Hotel’ will have 23 guest rooms and “themed restaurant” on the ground floor.

Play ball: Barnstormers to make team debut

May 13, 2024

It’s the moment baseball fans in Chatham-Kent have been waiting for - the new Intercountry Baseball League (IBL) team will play its first home game on Saturday, the day after debuting in Brantford.

It’s been a long time coming for the team, which has already undergone a name change.

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