Angie Seth

Weekend Anchor

Angie Seth is the weekend anchor of Global News at 6.

Seth began her broadcasting career as a reporter for OMNI television upon graduating from the University of Toronto, with a bachelor’s degree in political science, English, and philosophy. While with OMNI, she worked in various positions in the newsroom, ultimately landing a position as anchor of South Asian News in 2006. She also produced two entertainment programs, Ishtyle TV and Bollywood Blvd.

Seth took a break from television broadcast to join CBC Radio as a freelance news anchor while maintaining her parenting blog, masalamommas.com. She also writes her own column Out and About with Angie Seth for Desi News Magazine, interviewing top guests including former Governor General Adrianne Clarkson, renowned actor Kabir Bedi, and renowned film and music video director Jazz Virk. She also covers the big events in the South Asian Community.

Seth is strong advocate for women’s rights, children’s rights and the fight against domestic violence. She is currently working on a two year project with the South Asian Women’s Centre titled, There is No Honor in Violence Against Women and Girls

Seth has won several awards including the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 for her work as a journalist and contributions in the community.

Seth is a long distance runner and has participated in five marathons, including the Boston marathon in 1999. She also coached individuals looking to run their first 5K, 10K, half-marathon, and marathon. Seth lives with her husband and three children.

August 28, 2017 5:13 pm

Ontario mother continues push for national prescription-error reporting amid new WHO campaign

The World Health Organization’s Global Patient Challenge on Medication Safety initiative comes on the heels of another initiative led by Toronto mother, Melissa Sheldrick. She lost her eight-year-old son Andrew in March 2016 after he was given the wrong medication. Since his death, Sheldrick has been lobbying for mandatory pharmaceutical-error reporting in Canada. Continue reading 

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