• Favourite photo 2014 - After introducing myself to the family out picking strawberries at  Boonstra Farms in Stonewall Mb. on a beautiful July summer day,  two-year-old Callen saw my camera and must have known the picture I wanted to capture. While his family patiently was gathering berries in their pails, he proceeded to hunt around for perfect strawberries showing me each one before it was gone. For me, the picture captured a universal moment in childhood you can't help but smile at with gratitude for his mother Lindsey Mitton to let the moment unfold without a clean up. July 28, 2014
  • FAVOURITE PHOTO 2014 
This is the image that stands out for me this year. Not only does it bridge the generations of Canadian veterans, but it reminds me that unless Canada and the world change, Connor may wind up a casualty of war himself one day. September 10, 2014 

Seven-year-old Connor Chaulk checks out names on the rows of veteran graves at Brookside Cemetery candle-light vigil held to mark the anniversary of the start of the Second World War. Connor doesn't have any veteran relatives in Brookside but made a point of remembering his great grandfather, a Second World War veteran buried in Stonewall's cemetery.
  • People have told me over the years that rocker Neil Young disliked having his photo taken. I took this image of Young during his Honour The Treaties tour news conference in January at the Centennial Concert Hall. Young answered a few questions and then paused, stared at the photographers and gave me this one-on-one stare .The four-date tour raised money and awareness for the Athabasca Chipewyan First Nation Legal Defense Fund to help fight for treaty rights in the development of the Northern Alberta oil sands. 
January 16, 2014
  • September 8, 2014 - Canadian Museum For Human Rights 
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  • June 15, 2013

    The operating theatre

    INSIDE THE WINNIPEG HUMANE SOCIETY’S ANIMAL HOSPITAL: Staff — and there are four vets, five animal health technologists, and six vet assistants/receptionists — spay or neuter between 20 to 40 animals, perform one or two complex surgeries and complete 100 examinations, treatments and lab tests to get their furry friends ready for adoption. And that’s just a typical day.

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  • The holding cages.

    The holding cages.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Next? Cats wait to be fixed.

    Next? Cats wait to be fixed.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Anseeuw works with animals in the clinic.

    Anseeuw works with animals in the clinic.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Dr. Erika Anseeuw examines an x-ray of a cat with a fractured leg.

    Dr. Erika Anseeuw examines an x-ray of a cat with a fractured leg.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Anseeuw does an initial check on a dog that came to the clinic.

    Anseeuw does an initial check on a dog that came to the clinic.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Preparing for a check on the tear ducts on an older dog in the adoption program.

    Preparing for a check on the tear ducts on an older dog in the adoption program.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • A dog's eyes are illuminated by ultraviolet light. The vet administers special eye drops that can illuminate eye problems.

    A dog's eyes are illuminated by ultraviolet light. The vet administers special eye drops that can illuminate eye problems.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Checking eyesight on an older dog by setting up an obstacle course to see if she bumps into things.

    Checking eyesight on an older dog by setting up an obstacle course to see if she bumps into things.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • A cat awaits a medical procedure in the holding cages.

    A cat awaits a medical procedure in the holding cages.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • A cat awaits a surgery.

    A cat awaits a surgery.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • The vet sews up after a cat spaying procedure.

    The vet sews up after a cat spaying procedure.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs holds extracted ovaries of a cat that are going to be sent away to the USA for research.

    Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs holds extracted ovaries of a cat that are going to be sent away to the USA for research.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Blood samples testing for various disorders.

    Blood samples testing for various disorders.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs, right, prepares to send off the ovaries of a cat wish a rare disorder. They are working with a research project in the United States.

    Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs, right, prepares to send off the ovaries of a cat wish a rare disorder. They are working with a research project in the United States.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • The busy OR of the vet hospital. A list on the wall keeps task in order.

    The busy OR of the vet hospital. A list on the wall keeps task in order.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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  • Animal Health Technician Crystal Pariseau and vet student Sarah Wilson try to get a blood sample for tests.

    Animal Health Technician Crystal Pariseau and vet student Sarah Wilson try to get a blood sample for tests.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Preparations for surgery.

    Preparations for surgery.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • Vicki Farmer adjusts gas levels before the procedure.

    Vicki Farmer adjusts gas levels before the procedure.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

  • A cat is encouraged to wake up after an operation in the arms of veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs.

    A cat is encouraged to wake up after an operation in the arms of veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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  • Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs comforts a dog in the animal hospital.

    Veterinarian Dr. Melanie Youngs comforts a dog in the animal hospital.   (Boris Minkevich/Winnipeg Free Press) Photo Store

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