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The future of the Canadian economy depends on our ability to invent and create, finding better ways to make better products. Some of the most compelling and inspiring stories Seamus O'Regan covered in his nine years at CTV's Canada AM involved inventors and their stories.
Over his nine years at CTV's Canada AM, Seamus O'Regan spoke to many people, and their families, who suffer from various types and levels of mental illness - they were amongst the most emotional and compelling interviews he did. As a spokesman for Bell Let's Talk Day, Seamus is passionate proponent for the need to talk openly about mental illness.
Identity & Leadership
The confidence that comes from a clear sense of your identity, your strengths, weaknesses, and limitations - can help in your job, and in your life. Over his varied career, Seamus O'Regan attributes his identity as the constant that got him through, and thriving. A strong, healthy sense of self is what you need to lead.
Experiences with Canada AM
Over his nine years at CTV's Canada AM, our number one national morning show, Seamus O'Regan has interviewed a lot of people! From President Bill Clinton, to Prince, Arnold Schwarzenegger to Taylor Swift, and every Prime Minister from Joe Clark to Paul Martin. Traveling to Afghanistan, Somalia, and Antarctica, he's got more than a few stories to tell!
Social media is changing how we do business, and how we live our lives. Seamus O'Regan was on the front lines as social media took a firm hold on the journalism profession. How exactly did things change? What new challenges presented themselves? And are we better for it? O'Regan has his thoughts, in 140 characters and more.
Seamus O'Regan is the former co-host of CTV's Canada AM, national morning show. After 10 years of working at Canada AM he is moving to CTV National News as a full-time correspondent. He is from St. John's, Newfoundland, and was raised in Goose Bay, Labrador.
On Canada AM, he has interviewed such newsmakers as former U.S. president Bill Clinton, prime minister Paul Martin, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bishop Desmond Tutu, Shania Twain, William Shatner, Conrad Black and Prince. He is one of the few journalists to have interviewed four former prime ministers -- Brian Mulroney, Kim Campbell, John Turner and Joe Clark -- together.
Canada's pre-eminent morning programme has taken him across the country and around the world, from NORAD headquarters inside Cheyenne Mountain, Colorado to Kandahar Air Field, Afghanistan. A good sport, he's trained (briefly) with the Cirque de Soleil and piloted (very briefly!) a CF-18 jet fighter. He has twice hosted The Giller Prize – Canadian fiction's most coveted literary award – and the CTV special "The Next Great Prime Minister."
He was policy advisor and speechwriter to the Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Brian Tobin and has worked as an assistant to Environment Minister Jean Charest in Ottawa. In 2007, Seamus became the first journalist to be named to Canada's Top 40 Under 40. In 1999, he was named to Maclean's magazine's 100 "Young Canadians to Watch" in the new century. He has been twice nominated for a Gemini Award -- in 2004 for the Viewers' Choice Award and in 2005 for Best Host or Interviewer in a News Information Program or series.
"Seamus is among the hardest working and most dedicated journalists in this country and his commitment to community and charity work is second to none."
President, CTV News
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