Stories by Creeson Agecoutay
- FSIN partnership providing more than one million pieces of PPE for Sask. First Nations
- Human waste found in Wascana Park, Regina Beach leads to concern from residents
- 'Risk and impact of oil is low' from Co-op Refinery, Water Security Agency says
- 'My family never gave up hope': Cody Ridge Wolfe's remains finally found after nine years
- 'This pandemic is robbing us': COVID-19 adding obstacles for grieving families planning funerals
Creeson Agecoutay is the Atlantic Bureau Chief for CTV NATIONAL NEWS. Based in Halifax, he delivers regular reports on significant news stories unfolding across the Atlantic provinces.
Agecoutay previously worked as a Parliamentary Correspondent for CTV NATIONAL NEWS. He assumed the role in November 2020.
Prior to joining CTV’s national news team, Agecoutay joined CTV News Regina as a video journalist in 2008, and in 2013 was named Host of CTV Saskatchewan’s multiple national and regional RTDNA award-winning series, Indigenous Circle.
Originally from the Cowessess First Nation on Treaty 4 Territory in Saskatchewan, Agecoutay has covered numerous stories in many First Nations and rural communities across the province and North America. He enjoys meeting and visiting with community members whenever he is on the road. He has also covered many environmental stories, including the 2011 flood in Saskatchewan and the Northern Trappers Alliance protest camp near La Loche.
Agecoutay holds a Journalism Degree from the University of Regina’s School of Journalism and graduated from the First Nations University of Canada in Regina.
He speaks English and some Nehiyaw (Cree).
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