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Seamus O'Regan (born January 18, 1971 in St. John's, Newfoundland) is a Canadian broadcast journalist and co-host of Canada AM, CTV's national morning show.

Biography

At the age of 10, O'Regan became a regional correspondent for CBC Radio's Anybody Home?, producing stories that celebrated the unique accomplishments of local residents - a professor hunting for giant squid to one woman's fight against leukemia.

He studied politics at St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia and at University College Dublin in Dublin, Ireland. He studied marketing strategies at INSEAD, the international business school near Paris, France. He received his Masters of Philosophy in Politics from the University of Cambridge, studying at Darwin College in Cambridge, England.

He has worked as an assistant to Environment Minister Jean Charest in Ottawa and to Justice Minister Edward Roberts in St. John's, and was policy advisor and speechwriter to the Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador, Brian Tobin.

In 2000, O'Regan joined talktv's current affairs program, the chatroom. He began his duties at Canada AM in 2002.

O'Regan serves on the Boards of Katimavik, Canada's leading youth service-learning programme, and The Rooms, which houses the provincial art gallery, museum, and archives of Newfoundland and Labrador.

He has appeared as himself hosting Canada AM on an episode of the Canadian sitcom Corner Gas.

Award

In December 1999, O'Regan was named as one of Maclean's 100 Young Canadians to Watch in the 21st century.

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