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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

'Long row to hoe' in recovering from pandemic deficit

'Long row to hoe' in recovering from pandemic deficit

The President & CEO of the Cambridge Chamber of Commerce says we won't have a clear idea of how to dig ourselves out until we know when the pandemic will end
Regional Council to vote on photo radar

Regional Council to vote on photo radar

With pandemic costs weighing down on many future decisions, council will have to decide on whether or not to postpone their plans
Mask bylaw offers clarity to businesses: Greater K-W Chamber of Commerce

Mask bylaw offers clarity to businesses: Greater K-W Chamber of Commerce

The bylaw goes into effect on Monday
Shed destroyed by fire, Kitchener home also damaged

Shed destroyed by fire, Kitchener home also damaged

It happened Tuesday afternoon
Region monitoring gypsy moth caterpillar situation

Region monitoring gypsy moth caterpillar situation

Several other municipalities in Ontario have seen a huge outbreak of the invasive species
Indigenous Land Back Camp GoFundMe page receives triple its initial goal

Indigenous Land Back Camp GoFundMe page receives triple its initial goal

The money will go towards educational programming for Indigenous youth
Group calling for removal of SJAM statue takes aim at Wilmot mayor

Group calling for removal of SJAM statue takes aim at Wilmot mayor

They're disappointed with Wilmot Council's closed door meetings and feel dismissed by the mayor
Spectrum issues statement: not affiliated with Pride Certified

Spectrum issues statement: not affiliated with Pride Certified

The LGBTQ2+ organization continues to provide its Rainbow diversity training similar to what Pride Certified is offering
Heat warning issued Thursday through Sunday for Waterloo Region

Heat warning issued Thursday through Sunday for Waterloo Region

Expect daytime highs in the low 30s and overnight lows near 20 degrees
Police release photo of man peering into Waterloo home

Police release photo of man peering into Waterloo home

It happened June 21 at a residence on Clayfield Avenue