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Phi Doan

Phi Doan

Not born, but definitely raised in Kitchener; Phi is a proud graduate of the Conestoga College Broadcast Radio program. During his time at Conestoga he did a little of everything at the on-campus radio station: 88.3 CJIQ. From announcing; to writing and producing radio imaging and features; to even doing a little programming on the online station, Phi fell in love with the radio medium. He went on to win awards for Creative Imaging and Creative Commercial Writing and Producing. It was at the advice of his teacher that he apply for a news position. He graduated in April 2018 and soon after joined the 570 NEWS team as a reporter. Phi is a huge film fan and has an eclectic taste. He's currently in the gradual process of turning his car into a library.

Recent Work by Phi

We need more supportive housing, not just affordable: Regional councillor

We need more supportive housing, not just affordable: Regional councillor

Waterloo Region recently housed its last family dealing with chronic homelessness, but still has an long ongoing list of individuals in need
WRPS prepares for unsanctioned St. Patrick's Day street parties

WRPS prepares for unsanctioned St. Patrick's Day street parties

Waterloo Mayor Dave Jaworsky is "cautiously optimistic" after seeing the dramatic results in the handling of 2019 Homecoming crowds
Concerns continue over long term effects of 401 jet fuel spill

Concerns continue over long term effects of 401 jet fuel spill

A University of Waterloo professor says the public has little to worry about
Fake news detecting technology developed by DarwinAI

Fake news detecting technology developed by DarwinAI

The Waterloo-based company's main focus was not creating A.I. technology with the intent of detecting fake news, but creating the tools for companies to leverage deep learning for their needs
Concerns continue over long term effects of 401 jet fuel spill

Concerns continue over long term effects of 401 jet fuel spill

A University of Waterloo professor says the public has little to worry about
Cambridge to update strategic plan for 2020-2023

Cambridge to update strategic plan for 2020-2023

The city is beginning to gather input from residents
No gravel pit in Shingletown, for now

No gravel pit in Shingletown, for now

The zoning application was put on hold until the property owners could prove the ground water was safe from operations
Tourism sector expected to be hit hard by coronavirus

Tourism sector expected to be hit hard by coronavirus

An expert in Guelph said workers will bear the brunt of the impact
Report finds Ontario experiencing severe PSW shortages

Report finds Ontario experiencing severe PSW shortages

The Ontario Health Coalition found that virtually every long-term care home was short-staffed on every shift
Report finds Ontario experiencing severe PSW shortages

Report finds Ontario experiencing severe PSW shortages

The Ontario Health Coalition found that virtually every long-term care home was short-staffed on every shift
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