Adriane Ohanesian – The Forgotten Mountains

In the Marra Mountains of Darfur, Sudan, hundreds of thousands of women and children hide in caves to escape ground attacks and aerial bombing by their own government’s forces. The bombing of civilians, the burning of villages, and the mass rape of women and girls is a daily occurrence.
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2015 National Pictures of the Year Launched


The News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC) is proud to launch the ninth edition of its annual National Pictures of the Year (NPOY) awards competition with a call for entries until January 31, 2016. The rules and submission guidelines are available here.

The 2015 Canadian Photojournalist of the Year and 2015 Canadian Photograph of the Year will each be awarded a $2000 top prize. These are sponsored by The Canadian Press and The Globe and Mail, respectively. Other category winners will be awarded $500 for First Place, $200 for Second Place and $100 for Third Place.
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Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award 2016

Photographer Tom Hanson prepares to board the Liberal Party’s campaign plane in this undated photo. (Photo Tony Caldwell/The Canadian Press/Ottawa Sun)

Applications for the seventh annual Tom Hanson Photojournalism Award are now being accepted.

This six-week paid internship at The Canadian Press head office in Toronto is designed to give an up-and-coming news photographer the chance to perform on the national stage.
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Vigil for France

Cities across Canada pay tribute to those lost and injured in the November 13 terror attacks on Paris.
Toronto images (top slideshow) by Stacey Newman.
Vancouver images by Laura May.


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