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Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan

Matt Durnan is the night desk reporter at Sudbury.com. He is a graduate of Humber College's Journalism program. Matt spent time as a reporter in Thompson, Man., as well as Airdrie, Alta., before moving to Sudbury. Follow him on Twitter @mdurnan. He can be reached by email at mdurnan@sudbury.com.

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Recent Work by Matt

Sorry, Sudburians, if you want to donate blood you need to go to Barrie

Sorry, Sudburians, if you want to donate blood you need to go to Barrie

Canadian Blood Services concerned about blood supply as donations drop during pandemic, but city's clinic closed in January, new clinic not opening until summer
<updated>Pandemic: </updated>Ontario ramping up ICU capacity, has ordered additional ventilators

Pandemic: Ontario ramping up ICU capacity, has ordered additional ventilators

Ontario's COVID-19 Command Table provides executive direction to pandemic response
Support building of affordable housing at the Sudbury Peace Tower

Support building of affordable housing at the Sudbury Peace Tower

Committee is looking to bring a 38-unit affordable housing complex to the city
A deeper dive into the three COVID-19 measures council passed March 24

A deeper dive into the three COVID-19 measures council passed March 24

Garbage, parking and overdue water/waste-water accounts
Council increases garbage bag limit and waives metered parking&nbsp;fees during state of emergency

Council increases garbage bag limit and waives metered parking fees during state of emergency

Interest charges on overdue water and wastewater accounts suspended
Collège Boréal to become hub for research projects and initiatives

Collège Boréal to become hub for research projects and initiatives

Postsecondary institution inaugurates Research & Innovation Boréal
Collège Boréal to become hub for research projects and initiatives

Collège Boréal to become hub for research projects and initiatives

Post-secondary institution inaugurates Research & Innovation Boréal
City scaling back services in response to COVID-19

City scaling back services in response to COVID-19

Changes will come into effect on March 20
Sudbury snowbirds headed home early amid COVID-19 pandemic precautions

Sudbury snowbirds headed home early amid COVID-19 pandemic precautions

Canada's borders closed to non-Canadian citizens
More delays as EcoLife owner's matters continue to drag

More delays as EcoLife owner's matters continue to drag

Dave Murray scheduled to return to court on March 25