August 3, 2015


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Photos of the year: Ken Gigliotti

Photographer's choice - Winnipeg firefighters form a tight honour guard as they take a women overcome by smoke to a waiting ambulance at a downtown apartment fire . The woman later died despite the best efforts of fire and paramedic service. Heavy snowflakes fell during the mid-day fire adding to the surreal moment. 
Jan 28 2011
Winnipeg firefighters put out a stubborn fire in a horse barn at Unique  Centre on Sturgeon Road on a freezing cold February day. None of the horses were injured, but the barn was completely destroyed.
February 28, 2011
Fort Richmond High School students laugh during the winter school assembly with 140 students and staff taking part in the 45-minute Zumba Dance workout. 
January 11,  2011
One of the iron workers assembling the high steel for the Canadian  Museum For Human Rights gestures to the ground crew while waiting for the next piece of steel to be lifted. The worker was over 100 ft in the air on a narrow beam of the enormously complicated structure. What would be a scary moment for most of us is routine for a very few. February 28, 2011
A bundled up Pattie Page has a laugh and a free cup of hot soy-milk cocoa given out by PETA's Emily Lavender.
A busy squirrel is undeterred by a large gaggle of geese that has settled in a grassy field at Assiniboine Park just after the first snow fall. The squirrel made numerous mad dashes through the crowd of geese  gathering acorns and food for the upcoming winter. 
November 7,  2011
Mechelle Campbell is trying to take care of  a litter of nine dogs left on her doorstep. Campbell, known in her neighbourhood as a dog lover, has three dogs of her own and has been taking care of the abandoned dogs at her own expense spending over $3000 on food and vet bills. At the time of the photo, she was appealing for help in the form of money, food and people who are willing to adopt the dogs. 
January 12,  2011
Kristian Rents displays the feelings that all Winnipeg fans were thinking,
Winnipeg Blue Bomber offensive lineman Paul Swiston takes a long cool drink of water during practice in +40 degree temps at Canad Inns Stadium .
August 23, 2011
Firefighters battles a blaze that was well involved  at a Winnipeg Housing complex on St. Joseph Street in St. Boniface. The fire started in the kitchen and spread rapidly to the rear of the housing unit . The male occupant was lucky to flee the 6:30 am fire without injury .
August 24, 2011
A fire that originated in an attached garage destroyed a large two-story home in the 120 block of Shoreline Drive in Lindenwoods.
December 16, 2011
A demolition crew and fire investigators sifting through the rubble found this cat a day after an apartment fire on St.Paul street.  The cat survived the fire and demolition and is now back with its owner.
December 29, 2011
Photographer's choice - Winnipeg firefighters form a tight honour guard as they take a women overcome by smoke to a waiting ambulance at a downtown apartment fire . The woman later died despite the best efforts of fire and paramedic service. Heavy snowflakes fell during the mid-day fire adding to the surreal moment. Jan 28 2011 -
Winnipeg firefighters put out a stubborn fire in a horse barn at Unique Centre on Sturgeon Road on a freezing cold February day. None of the horses were injured, but the barn was completely destroyed. February 28, 2011 -
Fort Richmond High School students laugh during the winter school assembly with 140 students and staff taking part in the 45-minute Zumba Dance workout. January 11, 2011 -
One of the iron workers assembling the high steel for the Canadian Museum For Human Rights gestures to the ground crew while waiting for the next piece of steel to be lifted. The worker was over 100 ft in the air on a narrow beam of the enormously complicated structure. What would be a scary moment for most of us is routine for a very few. February 28, 2011 -
A bundled up Pattie Page has a laugh and a free cup of hot soy-milk cocoa given out by PETA's Emily Lavender. "Sexy Lettuce Lady" sported a bikini and served hot drinks in Osborne Village in -12 degree temperatures to encourage passerbys to go vegan. January 10, 2011 -
A busy squirrel is undeterred by a large gaggle of geese that has settled in a grassy field at Assiniboine Park just after the first snow fall. The squirrel made numerous mad dashes through the crowd of geese gathering acorns and food for the upcoming winter. November 7, 2011 -
Mechelle Campbell is trying to take care of a litter of nine dogs left on her doorstep. Campbell, known in her neighbourhood as a dog lover, has three dogs of her own and has been taking care of the abandoned dogs at her own expense spending over $3000 on food and vet bills. At the time of the photo, she was appealing for help in the form of money, food and people who are willing to adopt the dogs. January 12, 2011 -
Kristian Rents displays the feelings that all Winnipeg fans were thinking, "the boys are back in town." Rents was among the first to celebrate at Portage and Main when the official announcement was made that moved the Atlanta Thrashers to Winnipeg. May 31, 2011 -
Winnipeg Blue Bomber offensive lineman Paul Swiston takes a long cool drink of water during practice in +40 degree temps at Canad Inns Stadium . August 23, 2011 -
Firefighters battles a blaze that was well involved at a Winnipeg Housing complex on St. Joseph Street in St. Boniface. The fire started in the kitchen and spread rapidly to the rear of the housing unit . The male occupant was lucky to flee the 6:30 am fire without injury . August 24, 2011 -
A fire that originated in an attached garage destroyed a large two-story home in the 120 block of Shoreline Drive in Lindenwoods. December 16, 2011 -
A demolition crew and fire investigators sifting through the rubble found this cat a day after an apartment fire on St.Paul street. The cat survived the fire and demolition and is now back with its owner. December 29, 2011 -

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