Steven D’Souza

From protests on the streets of Baltimore to World Cup celebrations in Brazil, Steven D'Souza is often the face you'll see reporting on major events.

D'Souza is CBC's correspondent based in New York City. As a video journalist, he is a one-person operation, doing his own camera work and editing for stories that appear on TV, radio and online.

Steven D'Souza has reported internationally for CBC from the Papal Conclave that elected Pope Francis and the World Cup in Brazil. Prior to his posting in New York, he was a familiar face to viewers in Toronto where he spent eight years covering everything from the G20 protests to the Rob Ford crack video scandal. He has appeared on CNN, BBC, NBC, and even New Zealand radio.

D'Souza was nominated for a Gemini award for breaking news as part of the team covering the death of Toronto Police officer Ryan Russell. He was also recognized for his undercover investigation which exposed the easy availability of drugs in Toronto's South Asian community.

Steven D'Souza began his career with CBC in 2001 at CBC Newsworld Morning, where he helped produce coverage of a variety of stories including 9/11, the invasion of Afghanistan and the war in Iraq. In 2005, he transitioned to a career in front of the camera, taking up a reporting position in Prince Edward Island.

Born in Richmond Hill, D'Souza has a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Ryerson University.

Steven D’Souza

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CBC News | Correspondent

Steven D’Souza

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CBC News | Correspondent