Category: Assignments

Toronto/Ottawa Sun Cover Photos

In the past month I’ve had a couple big cover photos that I figured I would share with my viewers. They included the same shot in both the Ottawa & Toronto Sun as part of the Nova Scotia Shootings. Read More

Westmoreland River Nature Park – #PEIWaterfalls

May 30th was a rainy and weird day. At 430am, it looked rather nice out however by late morning this had taken a turn. It was rather rainy and miserable. I wanted to head out to snap some photos during the day and debated on where to go. Since rainy days are great for capturing Read More

PEI’s Crucial Tourism Sector

Prince Edward Island’s tourism sector is going to take a tough hit this coming Summer as COVID-19 is devastating the economy. I write this although I am optimistic that we will be able to pull further ahead than anticipated. In slowdowns of the past, the Island usually will see more tourists visiting from Nova Scotia Read More

Canada’s Deadliest Shooting: The Procession

It’s been an incredibly tough week in Nova Scotia for so many. The Vigil last night on CTV & CBC was a heartbreaker. Another heartbreaker for me was definitely the unofficial procession. Usually, for RCMP processions, thousands of people attend. Due to Covid-19, that wasn’t possible. There has been no official announcement but RCMP officers Read More

Canada’s Deadliest Shooting : The Memorials

Imagine you are filling up with gas. All of a sudden you look over and next to you is someone who looks like the shooter. You turn to someone else and say, “hey, doesn’t that look like the shooter?”. Before your partner has a chance to respond, you turn your head back. What you see Read More

Canada’s Deadliest Shooting

A once in a lifetime pandemic (COVID-19) combined with a once in a lifetime shooting is taking place in Nova Scotia currently. On Saturday night multiple raging fires destroyed multiple buildings within the Portapique community in Nova Scotia. A neighbour (doesn’t wish to be identified) of the shooter, Gabriel Wortman, described fireworks happening after as Read More

Access Denied

There is a sad reality playing out on Canadian borders as we speak. In a country where we have always been able to cross our inter-provincial borders without any questions all of a sudden, we are limited to doing so. It is sad for many reasons. Sad because the COVID-19 pandemic has been so impactful Read More

Two Towns Two Countries One Fire Brigade

St. Stephen, New Brunswick, and Calais, Maine share many things along with a river that runs through their towns. The river is the border separating Canada from the United States. Something else they share? The fire brigade. When a fire breaks out in Calais, Maine, the St. Stephen Fire Department firefighters usually rush across the Read More

Most Beautiful Yet Sad Border Moment Saturday

On Friday the Canada and United States of America border was slated to close after a conversation was held between Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and American President Donald Trump earlier in the week. After having an exchange with my editors over a neat opportunity to cover it, I went down to St. Stephen on Read More

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