Irene Seto

Irene Seto

They say that good things come in small packages and Irene is no exception. What she lacks in stature, she more than makes up for in personality and laughter. A born-and-bred Calgarian, this Western girl takes the adage of “work hard, play hard” to heart, always on-the-go and finding the most awesome stories to share with C.I.A. readers. As Managing Editor, she acts as a jill-of-all-trades juggling a variety of responsibilities including writing, editing, social media and more. In her (little) spare time, you can find Irene stocking up on more shoes for her closet, enjoying a pint (or two) with friends and cycling around on her love, Minty the bicycle. If you give her mini donuts or kettle corn, she will be your friend for life.

Recent Posts by Irene Seto

Flying high with Jump on Flyaways

  Calgarians love to travel and they especially love to get great flight deals. Jump On Flyaways is a local company that is looking to bring some new heat to Canada’s travel scene with its unique plane-sharing service. What’s cool about the service is that it uses the power of crowdsourcing and online group buying Continue Reading »

Written on April 19, 2015

Help Recognize Someone Doing Good in Our Community

Post Shreddies has launched their 3rd annual “Search for Goodness” campaign that seeks out Canadians who go above and beyond to help others in their communities. Do you know someone who deserves to be recognized for their selfless commitment to their community? We know Calgary has a lot of awesome folks doing amazing things and Continue Reading »

Written on March 29, 2015

Cooking ancient grains with Chef Lynn Crawford

I’m a total keener when it comes to trying out new foods and experimenting with new recipes. In my quest to broaden my culinary palette, it also means testing out different and unusual ingredients that I may have never heard of before. Finding healthy and nutritious options is a priority for me, so I jumped Continue Reading »

Written on March 24, 2015

The Dinosaurs are in Motion at TELUS Spark

It’s always so interesting to see life through the eyes of a child. That’s what I did last week when I took my niece to see the newest TELUS Spark feature instalation, Dinosaurs in Motion. Unlike your typical dino exhibit, these are no fossils and bones that you are looking at. The dinosaurs are life-size Continue Reading »

Written on February 24, 2015

Bobsledding with Olympian Heather Moyse

The first time that Heather Moyse took a full bobsleigh run she almost threw up in her helmet.  Having done only short practice runs at Canada Olympic Park’s training facility, she was not prepared for what a full 60 seconds down the track would do to her body. “The driver was going ‘slow’ but it Continue Reading »

Written on February 17, 2015

Pucker: a Cookbook for Citrus Lovers

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade, lemon loaf cake, lemon buttercream, lemon-lavender shortbread, and lemon-rosemary lamb chops, just to name a few. That’s what local writer Gwendolyn Richards did with her new cookbook Pucker. This delicious and juicy cookbook is an ode to the citrus fruits that give us that tang and make our Continue Reading »

Written on December 15, 2014

Holiday Gift Guide 2014: Awesome gifts for all

It’s time to make your list, check it twice and pick up awesome gifts for all the amazing people in your life. We’ve curated a list of fun and unique items that will be sure to be a hit under this year’s Christmas tree. Check it out: Travel French Press The Coffee Market has just Continue Reading »

Written on December 3, 2014

Make your own sweet treats with the Duchess Bakeshop cookbook

I’ve always been more of a savoury person but heading into the holiday season I’m all about the sweets. A number of new cookbooks let you play in the kitchen including Calgary Cooks, a collection of recipes from popular chefs and restaurants and Pucker, a look at citrus ideas from local writer Gwendolyn Richards. But Continue Reading »

Written on November 29, 2014

Give a wave Calgary!

Calgary is a city that is growing by leaps and bounds. With this growth comes a lot of growing pains – one of the most common issues being traffic. This is a city where driving is very commonplace to get from the suburbs to the Beltline, from McKenzie Town to Falconridge and so on. With Continue Reading »

Written on November 25, 2014

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