2015 Photos of the year – Wayne Glowacki


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"It doesn't get any better than this, it is what life's all about" says Stu Gordon, retired from the military and practicing the fine art of angling with good weather and good company out on the Red River just north of Selkirk. December 8, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Aaliyah Lamirande-McKay, 3, shows her grandmother her sliding skills in Central Park on the sunny afternoon. The backdrop is the Manitoba Hydro office tower on Portage Avenue. May 20, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Demolition of the McDonald's restaurant on the Northdale Shopping Centre lot at 963 Henderson Hwy. that was heavily damaged by a fire. April 16, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki/Winnipeg Free Press)
Desmond Proulx with Midwest Fencing helps pack up the fencing that has surrounded the Canadian Museum for Human Rights for the past two years protecting the native grasses as they took hold. August 25, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
American White Pelicans fly north from the St. Andrews Lock and Dam in Lockport. August 28, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Cindy Kovach was out ice fishing north of Selkirk to catch fish to feed three remaining American White Pelicans, including one that appears to be injured just north of the St. Andrews Lock and Dam in Lockport. She fishes every morning to feed her "Buddies". Her plan is to bring the birds in close enough with the fish, so she can carefully grab one at a time, wrap it in a sheet to bring to the Wildlife Haven Rehabilitation Centre. December 8, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
NDP Leader Tom Mulcair makes an announcement to media at the Operating Engineers Training Institute. September 10, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Liberal candidate Terry Duguid is greeted by supporters at his Winnipeg South headquarters after he was elected as MP for Winnipeg South. October 19, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Workers retrieve grain from an overturned semi-trailer that blocked one of the northbound lanes of Highway 7 just north of the Perimeter Highway at Road 69. The uninjured driver was out helping with the cleanup. October 7, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Children wait for the ride to begin as 24 Syrian refugees get a free ride to their accommodations from the airport in a stretch Hummer thanks to Hollywood Limo Service. They've been living in a refugee camp for more than a year and were privately sponsored to come to Canada. October 5, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
The Murals of Winnipeg website announced artist Annie Bergen's mural on Burrows Avenue at Salter Street has been selected the 2014 Mural of the Year from 28 new outdoor murals in 2014. The mural was painted last summer by Annie and fellow artist Aiyee Mann with assistance from students from the North End Women's Resource Centre, children who live in the area, as well as MTS employees and their families. July 8, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Taylor Winslade,10, left, and her brother Aidan, 6, enjoy the performance of juggler Mike Battie during the 15th annual Festival of Fools at The Forks. March 30, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki/Winnipeg Free Press)
Alex Harper,8, was one of the first children to try out the new Gateway Recreation Centre's new splash pad. August 18, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers Sam Penner, left, and Brianna Ferguson, behind the screen, perform in the world premiere of Brent Lott's FOR THE TURNSTILES, a re-imagining of Neil Young's 1974 album ON THE BEACH. May 6, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Trainer Jerry Gourneau gives Gold River Rising, a three-year-old maiden a cool shower before the horse is put on a walker machine at Assiniboia Downs backstretch. June 25, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg Blue Bomber Head Coach Mike O'Shea jokes with players during practice in Investors Group Field. October 8, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Teeka, a timid four-month-old rescued cougar cub watches visitors Friday at the Assiniboine Park Zoo. The cub was transferred to the zoo in early December from the Calgary Wildlife Rehabilitation Society after she was found orphaned and struggling to survive on her own in the wild. January 23, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki/Winnipeg Free Press)
Winnipeg Fire Fighters were still on the scene late in the day Tuesday working on a fire at the JMax Auto Centre on Pembina Highway that broke out overnight. Many vehicles inside the shop were damaged. December 1, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
Snow falls on a sculpture of a child in the sculpture garden at La Maison Des Artistes in St. Boniface. January 2, 2015 (Wayne Glowacki / Winnipeg Free Press)
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