On Friday, April 24, 1885, Captain James Peters took the world’s first battlefield photographs under fire at the battle of Fish Creek in the Canadian Northwest Territory of Saskatchewan. As Captain of the Royal Canadian Artillery’s ?A” Battery?part of the North West Field ... Read more
Through the use of lush, light-filled landscapes, intimate and intriguing portraits, and delicately detailed stories, this riveting and visually stunning work carries us across continents and around the globe to understand and comprehend the complexities of the human journey ... Read more
The Heroines Series is an epic photographic documentary of the addicted women of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside. In 1997, fashion and portrait photographer Lincoln Clarkes turned his lens away from the world of glamour and began documenting the dire circumstances being endured ... Read more
Edited by Edie Austin & Lucinda Chodan
History Through Our Eyes is a day-at-a-time look back at the 20th century through the lenses of Montreal's news photographers. The 365 entries reflect such momentous events as the 1970 FLQ crisis and fads like Cabbage Patch Kids and the lambada craze.
The striking photographs ... Read more
By Dennis Minty
After his wildly successful photographic tour of the island in Newfoundland: An Island Apart, Dennis Minty returns with a stunning portrait of the big land to the north, Labrador. From quiet coves and inlets to sweeping vistas of haunting landscapes, and from living communities ... Read more
By John Leroux
A portrait of a lost Saint John.
From the 1950s through the 1970s, cities throughout North America engaged in disruptive periods of massive "urban renewal" of older, poorer areas. Neighbourhoods were razed to make way for freeways, housing projects, public amenities, sports ... Read more