• A full moon becomes a blood moon as Canada experiences a full lunar eclipse, early Tuesday, April 15, 2014.
  • A view of downtown Winnipeg at dawn
  • Samantha Page runs her four-dog team at their home near Woodlands, Manitoba.  February 12, 2014  (Phil Hossack / Winnipeg Free Press)
  • The main floor ticket area, restaurant and patio.
  • Photographer's choice: Sometimes life rolls out in front of a photojournalist perfectly. Like the Sunday my dog went to a local mall to tell Santa what he wanted for Christmas. This brother and sister were ahead of us. They have different owners but double teamed Santa this year for old times sake. Only appearing online because of a tight paper the next day, I hope it puts a smile on your face as big as mine. 

Lil' Buddy and Lola Get a seat on Old Saint Nick at Kildonan Place Shopping Centre. December 8, 2013 BORIS MINKEVICH / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

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  • September 21, 2012

    Raise your glass

    The final pane is installed on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights' Tower of Hope, marking the end of the exterior construction Thursday, September 21, 2012.

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  • Building crews working on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights prepare to hoist the final piece of glass up to the Tower of Hope,  328 feet from the ground Wednesday morning.  (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)

    Building crews working on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights prepare to hoist the final piece of glass up to the Tower of Hope, 328 feet from the ground Wednesday morning. (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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    (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • The glass at the very tip of the Tower of Hope stretches 328 feet, 78 feet higher than Manitoba's Golden Boy and 25 feet higher than the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The piece of glass is the last of 1,669 individual, custom-cut panes that give the museum its iconic look. Finishing the external glasswork brings construction of the museum's major exterior design components to completion. 
 (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)

    The glass at the very tip of the Tower of Hope stretches 328 feet, 78 feet higher than Manitoba's Golden Boy and 25 feet higher than the Peace Tower on Parliament Hill in Ottawa. The piece of glass is the last of 1,669 individual, custom-cut panes that give the museum its iconic look. Finishing the external glasswork brings construction of the museum's major exterior design components to completion. (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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    (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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    (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Garden of Contemplation looking into the Cloud, a giant glass structure that surrounds the upper floors of the museum.  
(Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)

    Garden of Contemplation looking into the Cloud, a giant glass structure that surrounds the upper floors of the museum. (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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    (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Construction crews working on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights form a human chain down each level of scaffolding as they take down upper levels of the structure.  The steel skeleton visible next to the museum's glasswork contains 5,400 tonnes of steel, equivalent to the amount it would take to build 27 diesel electric locomotives.  
(Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)

    Construction crews working on the Canadian Museum for Human Rights form a human chain down each level of scaffolding as they take down upper levels of the structure. The steel skeleton visible next to the museum's glasswork contains 5,400 tonnes of steel, equivalent to the amount it would take to build 27 diesel electric locomotives. (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Garden of Contemplation 
(Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)

    Garden of Contemplation (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • A member of the media takes some shots from one of the viewing areas out into the Cloud - a giant glass structure that surrounds the upper floors of the museum, down into the library sitting area Wednesday morning. 
(Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press)

    A member of the media takes some shots from one of the viewing areas out into the Cloud - a giant glass structure that surrounds the upper floors of the museum, down into the library sitting area Wednesday morning. (Ruth Bonneville/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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