Francis D'Souza

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This article is about Canadian TV news anchor. For Indian politician, see Francis D'Souza (Indian politician).
Francis D'Souza

Francis D'Souza is a Canadian news anchor for City in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Since its creation in 2011, D'Souza has anchored the 5 pm newscast. Previously, he was co-anchor of a weekend newscast with Merella Fernandez and co-anchor of the noon newscast until the program was cut in January 2010. He has also served as substitute anchor for morning program Breakfast Television.

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D'Souza became interested in appearing on television after being selected from Citytv's Lunch Television audience to perform the opening announcement on Queen Street. Prior to joining Citytv, D'Souza hosted Plugged In! on Rogers Television. He was a production assistant with the CBC, a videographer at Global News Toronto and anchored the CTV News at 11:30pm in Northern Ontario.[citation needed]

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