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Nikki Wesley works for Metroland Media

After starting her career at the Mississauga News in 2007, Nikki Wesley moved on to the Halton Division of Metroland Media. There she has been shooting for the Burlington Post, Oakville Beaver, Milton Champion and West of the City Magazine … Continue reading

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Julia McKay works as multi-media journalist

For the past five years, Julia McKay has been a multi-media journalist working full-time as a member of the newsroom at the Kingston Whi­g–Standard. After 10+ years in the customer service/technical support fields, Julia decided it was time for a change and went … Continue reading

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Zachary Prong focuses on long-term project

Zachary Prong graduated from the Loyalist College Photojournalism Program in 2016. He has since worked as a photographer and videographer for the Winnipeg Free Press, Reuters and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. He is currently living in Winnipeg where … Continue reading

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April 25 Photojournalism Pioneer

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Bryan Eneas tells stories of Indigenous people

(Prince Albert, Sask.) — Marlene Bird and Patrick Lavallee stand outside the Prince Albert Provincial Courthouse, where Leslie Black was sentenced to 16 years for the attempted murder of Bird. She was attacked in 2014; Bird was sexually and physically … Continue reading

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