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Matt Cianfarani

Digital Journalist based in Mississauga, ON, Canada. Joined on Apr 24, 2012
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Mississauga mayoral candidates ramp up attacks

Mississauga - In a Mississauga mayoral debate featuring frontrunners Bonnie Crombie and Steve Mahoney, both candidates are battling it out on a series of issues.

Apple fans' tight pants are bending the iPhone 6 Plus

Apple's larger screen for the iPhone 6 models has come at the cost of rigidity, according to reports of users who have purchased the new flagship device and are noting the phone has bent while being carried in pant pockets.

Cancer patient gets new pelvis via 3D printer

A British surgeon has used the latest 3D-printing techniques to create a new pelvis for a man who had lost half his original one to cancer.

Obama: Russians have 'an enormous stake' in Olympics safety

President Obama has denied that political relations with Russia are "icy" and that Russian President Vladimir Putin's tough guy demeanor is likely just part of his "shtick."

Anorexia patient told by ER nurse to 'go get some supper'

Carla Lamb, 31, who suffers from a serious eating disorder, has called out Eastern Health to put more emergency mental-health services in the region where she lives.

Twitter prices IPO at $26

Twitter has announced it's IPO price, hours before the stock is set to begin trading on the New York Stock Exchange on November 7th 2013.

Glee star Cory Monteith found dead in Vancouver

Calgary-born Cory Monteith, 31, one of the stars of hit TV show Glee, was found dead in a Vancouver hotel room on Saturday.

Justin Trudeau elected to lead the Liberal Party of Canada

Ottawa - After months of campaigning, the Liberal Party of Canada has announced its new leader at an event at the Westin hotel in Ottawa.

Liberal Party of Canada to announce new leader

Ottawa - After over 5 months of campaigning, the Liberal Party of Canada will be announcing their new leader today at 5PM Eastern.

‘Skyfall’ now 7th highest grossing movie of all time

As of this weekend, ‘Skyfall’ has raked in $302,823,504 million in North America and $791,500,000 million internationally.

Tories sued for back rent on former campaign headquarters

The Conservative Party skipped out on paying the rent due on its campaign headquarters in Ottawa's east end last month, according to a lawsuit filed by a property management company.

Op-Ed: TTC — How much bad media will it take to get something done?

Toronto - It is not an uncommon occurrence in Toronto for residents to go around with horror stories from the Toronto Transit Commission.

Google matches Apple with 700,000 Android Apps

The number of Applications available for the Android platform has now reached 700,000, up from 675,000 just a month ago.

Air Canada picks former AirTran exec as chief operating officer

Amid preparations to launch a low-cost carrier division, Air Canada has hired a former AirTran Airways executive as chief operating officer.

Apple drops 'Most Powerful Mapping Service Ever' slogan from Maps

Amid disappointment from Apple iPhone users related to Apple's new Maps App, Apple has dropped the advertising slogan "Most Powerful Mapping Service Ever" from marketing campaigns.

Justin Trudeau to run for Canada's Liberal leadership

Radio-Canada is reporting that the Quebec MP and son of former prime minister Pierre Trudeau will announce early next week that he will run for the leadership of the federal Liberal Party.

Ottawa looking to hire collector for unpaid fines

The federal government is looking to hire a collection agency to recover millions of dollars in unpaid fines from citizens.

Study: Canadians to earn more next year

A survey of employers conducted by the Hay Group says Canadians will earn more next year, with workers in the mining, oil and gas, and chemicals fields to see the biggest gain.

LG hits 5 million LTE smartphones sold

South Korean phone manufacturer LG has announced this evening that it has sold 5 million LTE handsets worldwide. Over 1 million handsets were sold in July alone.

Host for Romney event is a convicted drug dealer

Romney appeared Monday evening at El Palacio de los Jugos, a restaurant owned by Reinaldo Bermudez. Court records show that Bermudez pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy to distribute cocaine in 1999 and served three years in federal prison.
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