Born and raised in Montreal, Domenic studied journalism at Ryerson University in Toronto. Before starting with Global News, he was a documentary producer at PBS, and worked on various sports programs including “Hockey Night In Canada.” Outside of the office Domenic enjoys running, tennis and telling friends about his next big trip.
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Favourite place to eat: Panama Restaurant on Jean Talon Street in Park-Extension
Favourite place to get hair done: Savino’s Barber Shop on Jean Talon Street in Montreal
Montreal breakfast/brunch: Barbie’s Restaurant in Rosemount
Montreal for kids: Safari Pet Store, Place Versailles
Lucky to live in Montreal because: It’s never boring.
Accomplishments I’m most proud of: Running a marathon and donating my kidney to my Dad
One day I hope to: Travel. A lot.
Best moment as a journalist: Giving parents of missing children hope by keeping their story in the news.
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