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
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
There’s a tiny Island in South Eastern New Brunswick that is home to about 900 people. For these 900 people, most of them are in the fishing, aquaculture or tourism business. Being on the tiny Island, they are isolated from the rest of Canada except for in between June 29 & September 30th when a
On weekend past, I was uber excited. We were going to be heading up to capture some photos of a horse sleigh ride. This excited me as I love sleigh rides. Something about the cold….snow….going through the woods. Romantic yes. Peaceful yes. Magical also yes. However, when we arrived, a bigger surprise was waiting. There
A common theme on this trip has been capturing photographs of the trains traveling around Alberta and British Columbia, also known as rail fanning. Being honest, this is one of my last resorts to photograph when the weather isn’t co-operating.
In 2018, I was assigned to cover the Tall Ships Festival in Charlottetown, PEI. My first trip of the summer weather had me going over to Cape Breton about a week before the tall ships arrived in Charlottetown. What sat fourth was an amazing experience covering the tall ships from multiple maritime cities. This photo
Being a visitor of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick waterfalls, I’ve asked myself, why doesn’t PEI have waterfalls? It has similar elevation drops as other waterfalls in the Maritimes so it certainly could.Mind you, if you are expecting something the size of Niagara Falls or Grand Falls, then no, we don’t have those gigantic waterfalls.
Yesterday while answering emails, I stumbled about Fredericton’s tent city. It was heartbreaking. It was rough to see, people without a place to live, for whatever reasons. People from different backgrounds were here. People down on their luck. Then out of nowhere. A gem showed up. This lady comes and collects bottles from people living