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The Fight To End Cancer (FTEC) team is thrilled to announce that we will be welcoming back Angie Seth, Reporter and anchor of CTV News Channel.

Angie will return for her 4th consecutive year as the official host of the much anticipated 2023 FTEC Gala in support of the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.
Angie has been writing and producing news stories about FTEC since the 2015 event, she was host of our 2017, 2018 and 2019 editions of the Fight To End Cancer Gala and Media Day and clearly needed to come back for more!  Angie was the event’s first-ever female host and she is, once again, very generously donating her time for the duration of the evening.  We couldn’t be more thrilled to have her on board and can’t wait to see her on the red carpet, on Saturday, May 27th, at the historic Old Mill Toronto.

“Fight to End Cancer is an incredible initiative I am honoured to be a part of.  It’s mandate and those involved are not only raw and honest, but are truly an inspiration to what it means to battle cancer or to be along side someone who has.  These survivors are our Heroes and it’s important to celebrate their victory, but to also create the opportunity for more victories down the road!

 Sadly we have all been touched by cancer, but through groups like Fight To End Cancer, we can work towards prevention and a cure.  I know what cancer does to a person and a family – I have experienced that loss first hand from losing colleagues, friends, and family.  I think of them every day and feel torn by the loss.  I also know I too can be a victim, but refuse to let it happen without a battle.  Cancer is a brutal killer that destroys everything around it and leaves the rest of us in fear.  But rather than being scared, let’s fight together….We will win together!”

~ Angie Seth, CTV News Channel

Photo taken at the 2018 Fight To End Cancer Annual Charity Gala. Kevin Newman (CTV’s W5), Jennifer Huggins (Fight To End Cancer Founder) and Angie Seth (CTV News Channel)
[Photo Credit: Rebecca Freeman]

Angie Seth Biography | Reporter and Anchor, CTV News Channel

Angie Seth joined CTV News Channel in July 2018 as an anchor/reporter. An award-winning journalist and broadcaster, Seth brings nearly 20 years’ experience in television, radio, print, and digital platforms.
Prior to joining CTV News Channel, Seth anchored Global News’ weekend broadcasts. For more than 13 years, Seth was the face of OMNI Television’s South Asian News where she covered world events including the assassination of Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto and the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
Seth launched her broadcasting career as a reporter for OMNI Television upon graduating from the University of Toronto with an honours bachelor’s degree in Political Science, English, and Philosophy. During her tenure at OMNI, she led coverage on top stories such as the 9/11 terror attacks and the Air India trial in Ontario. She also hosted and produced two entertainment programs, ISHTYLE TV and BOLLYWOOD BLVD.
In 2013, Seth joined CBC Radio as a freelance news anchor while maintaining her parenting blog, Today, she continues to write her own column entitled Out and About with Angie Seth for Desi News Magazine.
Seth is strong advocate for women’s rights, children’s rights, and the fight against domestic violence. She worked on a two-year project from 2014 through 2016 with the South Asian Women’s Centre and maintains a positive and unwavering presence in the community.
Seth has won several awards, including the Edward Murrow Award for Innovative Journalism in 2018 for MultiMarket Content, and the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal in 2012 for her work as a journalist and her contributions to the community.
Seth is a long-distance runner, and has participated in five marathons, including the Boston Marathon in 1999. Seth lives in Toronto with her husband and three children.


Help the #FTEC2023 Fight Team reach their goal of $3 million dollars before Fight Night! Use the link below to get to know the individual team members better and support them in their Fight To End Cancer! Together, with The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation, they’re on a mission to prove that Defeat Is NOT An Option

Meet The FTEC2023 Team

Media Contact:
Jennifer Huggins
Founder, CEO
Phone: +1.416.666.9314
Email address:

About The Fight To End Cancer

The Fight To End Cancer (FTEC) is a year-round initiative carried out by ambassadors, sponsors and volunteers worldwide.  Over $2,000,000 has been donated to date, since our inaugural year, in 2012.  Funds raised by FTEC are donated directly to the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation.  Each year we celebrate the incredible hard work and dedication of our FTEC family with a black-tie charity boxing gala.  This gala showcases ten men and women who represent our Official Fight Team.  Our goal is to raise funds for cancer research year-round with the support of the local community and business owners.  Let’s make a difference now in the fight to end cancer, for a long and successful future for everyone.  This is an event like no other and has quickly become one of the most anticipated events in Toronto.

About The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation
The Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation at University Health Network raises funds for breakthrough research, exemplary teaching and compassionate care at Princess Margaret Hospital and its research arm, the Ontario Cancer Institute, which now includes The Campbell Family Cancer Research Institute and The Campbell Family Breast Cancer Research Institute. More information about the Foundation can be found at