Screaming, sadness, and reflections at the Davis Cup World Group playoff between Canada and Chile in Halifax, NS.
This is a portrait of a brave woman.
Shannon Graham, who was the victim of sexual assault, successfully fought to have a publication ban on her lifted following the conviction of her then common-law spouse.
Despite the ostensibly successful trial where her assailant was sentenced to two and a half years in prison, the legal process has been punishing on Graham. At every juncture, Graham said her attacker was given the benefit of the doubt, while she was treated simply “like a piece of evidence”.
Graham says her goal is to now reclaim her name and identity so she can tell her story her way.
I had the great pleasure of working a recent assignment that was so moving and inspirational.
SurfAble and The Life Rolls On Foundation held an event dedicated to enabling those with disabilities to experience adaptive surfing.
I managed a few hours in Newfoundland’s Gros Morne National Park between flights…
I spent a few hectic days in Newfoundland, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island documenting Prime Minister Justin Trudeau as he was seemingly attempting the world record in selfie-posing – here are some attempts at non-selfie moments along the way.
Pittsburgh Penguins’ captain and hometown hero Sidney Crosby brings the Stanley Cup home to Cole Harbour, N.S.
This is a portrait of Wafaa Al Safadi, the mother and wife of a family of 6 Syrian refugees newly settled in rural Nova Scotia. Here, Wafaa reads the same passage from her Quran that she has read since her 18-year-old son Yasser Al Salayma was killed while fighting with the rebels in Syria. For the Canadian Press.