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Chad Hipolito
« on: June 16, 2011, 12:12 PM »

2010 POY Results:
  
SPOT NEWS-Sponsored by Don's Photo

1. Eduardo De Oliveira/Independent Photojournalist


Toronto- 26/06/2010 - An woman screams as the window of a bank is smashed by anti-G20 protesters at the corner of Queen and Bay. The summit took place in a highly protected area but outside store and bank windows were smashed by anti-G20 protesters. More than 400 people were arrested as violence broke out, prompting police to use tear gas in the city for the first time. With the violence escalating in the heart of Canada's largest city, the entire area around the G20 political summit site at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre was under a security lockdown.


2. Louie Palu/Zuma Press


An Afghan police officer sits stunned while comforting two boys who were blinded by land mines set by Taliban insurgents targeting Afghan and American soldiers. The boys are being evacuated in a US Army MEDEVAC helicopter from the Arghandab Valley in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan to an ISAF medical facility for treatment. IED's are one of the most common weapons used by Taliban insurgents which can be indiscriminate, killing and maiming both combatants and civilians.


3. Steve Russell/The Toronto Star


June 26, 2010 A protester is overcome my the smoke after attempting to put out a fire in a police car at Queen Street West near Spadina during a protest of  G20 Summit are held in Toronto.


GENERAL NEWS -Sponsored by CNW Group


1. John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail


With the help of his father Kulvir Lehal, Jujhar age four takes part in the Eighth annual turban competition in Surrey, B.C. April 5, 2010. The annual event is the largest in North America and showcased the many styles of turbans from different parts of the world.


2. Rick Madonik/The Toronto Star


03/12/10-TORONTO, ONTARIO-Jackie McGregor-Einboden is seen through a rain soaked window of a pickup truck following the funeral service for her husband Ken, and daughter Brittany, 12. Ken Einboden rushed back into the house to try to get Brittany out after saving baby Kendra.


3. Darren Calabrese/The Canadian Press


Two activists kiss while protesting in front of a line of riot police during a day marred by violence at the G20 Summit in Toronto, Ontario Saturday, June 26, 2010.


FEATURE-Sponsored by The Winnipeg Free Press


1. Tim Smith/The Brandon Sun


Young lovers Billy Cook and Ashley Soulier share an embrace while saying goodbye on an overcast June morning in Brandon, Manitoba.


2. Mathieu Belanger/Reuters


A Siberian tiger growls at the St-Felicien Wildlife zoo. According to National Geographic, the wild population of Siberian tigers, also called Amur tiger, is estimated between 400 and 500 and is classified as an endangered species.


3. Peter Power/The Globe and Mail


Donna Macdiarmid visits her husband Roger in Fredericton, N.B. Canada, on June 17, 2010. Roger, 70, who has was diagnosed with alzheimer's disease in 2001 now lives full-time at the seniors' home - a 45 minute drive from the home that he built for him and Donna - but Donna, still madly in love, she says, and committed to her husband, makes the drive daily to be with Roger.


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1. Jimmy Jeong/Independent Photojournalist


Two-year-old Maddox Flynn. Parents Mike Flynn and Nicole Champagne expect Maddox to have surgery in New York on Friday for a severe facial malformation that has affected him since birth.

2. John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail


An Iraqi-Canadian kisses a holy cross during mass at the Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Surrey December 12, 2010. The church has become the spiritual and geographical centre for Iraqi Christians in the area that have fled Iraqi because of their religious beliefs.

3. Moe Doiron/The Globe and Mail


A boy with autism hides his face during in a special needs class at Market Lane School in Toronto. Children with autism are rare to make eye contact.

HM. Olivier Asselin/Independent Photojournalist


Marie Tabeh wipes a tear as she stands next to the bed where her two-year-old son Blackie lies suffering from severe dehydration at the Yoni PHU in the village of Yoni, on Sherbro Island, Sierra Leone.  


PORTRAIT/PERSONALITY-Sponsored by Beau Photo


1. Tim Smith/The Brandon Sun
 

Rebecca, Deborah, Dehlia, and Lana, diene (low german for unmarried young women) from Deerboine Hutterite Colony stand in a field of canola at sunset in July 2010.


2.David Lipnowski/Independent Photojournalist
 

Jockey Marc Fillion at his home and ranch in St. Malo, Manitoba September 9, 2010.  


3. Jimmy Jeong/Independent Photojournalist
 

Aaron Patzer poses for a photo in Manhattan, NY on November 29, 2010. Aaron Patzer is the founder of Mint.com, (acquired by Intuit in 2009) which is an online finance management site targeted towards a young online audience.


HM. Jason Franson/Independent Photojournalist  


EDMONTON AB, June 22, 2010. A man shows his support for the New York Yankees on his yamaka while attending a ceremony of the Choosing Moral Convictions over Life: Supreme Martyrdom Of Sir Guru Arjun Dev Ji at City Hall in Edmonton on Tuesday.  


PICTORIAL-Sponsored by Canon Canada


1. Tim Smith/The Brandon Sun
 

Children play tag on a pyramid of straw bales under a rainbow at Spring Valley Hutterite Colony after a light rain shower on a warm August evening. Modern forms of entertainment such as television and video games are frowned upon in hutterite societies so children spend much of their days playing outside and exploring their surroundings.  


2. Phil Hossack/The Winnipeg Free Press
 
 
Columns of light reach skyward to the stars above Sanford Mb Tuesday night. The effect is produced by streetlights refracting through ice crystals suspended in the air on humid winter nights. Stand Up.....


3. John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail


Visitors to the Fisgard Lighthouse a National Historic Site in Esquimalt near Victoria June 10, 2010.


HM. Mathieu Belanger/Reuters


Ganuk, the polar bear cub, swims under water at the St-Felicien Wildlife Zoo in St-Felicien. Ganuk and Taiga, the polar bear cubs, celebrated their first anniversary today.


SPORTS ACTION-Sponsored by Nikon Canada  


1. Mathieu Belanger / Reuters


Poland's Maja Wloszczowska cycles during the women's cross country at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships at Mount Ste-Anne in Beaupre, September 4, 2010. Wlosczowska won the competition.


2. Bernard Brault/La Presse


Tennis player  Bethanie Mattek-Sands is all eyes on the ball during her match against Kim Clisjters. She was defeated in two sets.
 

3. Cole Burston/Moncton Times & Transcript


Chatham Ironmen's Nathan Jones reacts as he takes a pitch to the arm, during New Brunswick Junior Baseball League finals championship game. Moncton Jr. Cubs overtook the Ironmen 2-1, in 8 innings, on September 1, 2010 at Kiwanis Park in Moncton.  


HM. Todd Korol/Reuters


Chloe Dufour-Lapointe of Canada crashes and was injured during the women's moguls Freestyle Skiing FIS World Cup in Calgary, Alberta, January 9, 2010.  


HM. Blair Gable/Independent Photojournalist


University of Saskatchewan Huskies' Showron Glover (front) is fouled by University of British Columbia Thunderbirds' Brent Malish during the second half of their championship game at the 2010 Canadian Interuniversity Sport men's basketball championships in Ottawa March 21, 2010.  

SPORTS FEATURE-Sponsored by Lowepro


1. John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail


A young surfer checks out the last few ridable waves of the day at Long Beach South of Tofino October 14, 2010.


2. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press


Members of the Fusion Athletic team, of Chilliwack, B.C., are thrown in the air as they prepare for the Sea-to-Sky Cheerleading Championship in Vancouver, B.C., on Sunday April 11, 2010. The competition is the largest outside of the United States with 2,700 athletes competing.
 

3. Bernard Brault/La Presse


Colombian golfer Camilo Villegas align his putt during the first round of the PGA Canadian Open at the St-Georges Golf Club IN TORONTO, ONTARIO.


HM. Jim Rankin/The Toronto Star


LAKE CROSSING - 08/11/10 - LAKE ONTARIO - Miguel Vadillo, 40, of Guelph, swims at sunrise, nine hours into his successful attempt to cross Lake Ontario. The Toronto Star page designer became the 44th person to do so and posted the eleventh fastest time. He completed his swim in just over 18 hours. The swim raised money for Jumpstart, a charity that provides swimming and water safety lessons for kids.    


OLYMPIC ACTION-Sponsored by The Camera Store


1. Wendell Phillips/Independent Photojournalist


Apolo Ohno, Charles Hamelin, and Si-Bak Sung in the 500m men's short track finish line. In the 500m Olympic Final, Sung was in the lead but slipped in the final corner, and ended up finishing third. However, he was able to take the Silver medal due to a disqualification of Apolo Ono.


2. Rick Madonik/The Toronto Star


2/14/10 - VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA - Anais Morand holds onto partner Antoine Dorsaz's leg, of Switzerland, while competing in Pair's Short program at Pacific Coliseum at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
 

3. Chris Helgren/Reuters


France's Ted Piccard (L) and Daron Rahlves of the U.S. collide during their ski cross freestyle skiing 1/8 finals at Cypress Mountain during the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics February 21, 2010.


HM. Todd Korol/Reuters[/b]


Sidney Crosby celebrates his gold medal game winning goal at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics against the United States, February 28, 2010. Crosby scored the historic game winner to give Canada a record 14 gold medals.

OLYMPIC FEATURE-Sponsored by The Vancouver Sun & The Province


1. Harrison Ha/Sing Tao Daily


Bronze medalist Joannie Rochette of Canada performs during the figure skating exhibition gala at the Vancouver 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 27, 2010.
 

2. Jenna Hauck/The Chilliwack Progress


Torin Koos of Washington State hangs his head in exhaustion after finishing the last lap of the men's team sprint free event at the cross-country course in Whistler, B.C. on Feb. 21, 2010 during the 2010 Olympic Winter Games.


3. Todd Korol/Reuters


Shaun White of the U.S. let's his famous red hair loose after his run during the men's halfpipe qualifying on Cypress Mountain at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics, February 17, 2010.

 
HM. Darryl Dyck/The Canadian Press[/b]


Shingo Doi, of Japan, skates during the men's 1,500-metre long track speedskating event at the Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond, B.C., on Saturday February 20, 2010.
 

HM. Wendell Phillips/Independent Photojournalist[/b]
 

Annette Gerritsen of the Netherlands tries to compose herself after crashing in the women's 500-meter Tuesday at the Richmond Oval.


PICTURE STORY-Sponsored by Leica


1. Peter Power/The Globe and Mail


NUNAVUT-CANADA'S TROUBLED NORTH-The pristine beauty of Cape Dorset gives little hint of the troubles faced by a population struggling to cope with a dramatic transition between their traditional lifestyle of hunting and fishing and their new community based living with a modern economy.


School children try to get close to hunters returning from a seal hunt to the small hamlet of Cape Dorset, Nunavut, Canada on November 10, 2010. Fifty per cent of Nunavut's children do not graduate from high school and with high unemployment many families still rely on the hunts for much of their food.


Two children play with a soccer ball in the snow in Iqaluit, Nunavut on November 12, 2010.


Artist E.J. Etorolopiaq, is carving a drum dancer out of serpentine, outside of his in-laws home in Apex, Iqaluit, Nunavut on Nov. 6, 2010. Many men depend on the sales of their carvings for income, but some experts say that the demand for traditional art is declining as the market has become saturated.



Inuit carver Johnny Papikatuk is covered with stone dust while carving outside of his home in Cape Dorset, Nunavut on November 9, 2010. The majority of Inuit carvers now use electric power tools to speed up the process, and most, like this man, do not wear a mask, protective glasses, or gloves.


A lack of funding for housing and overcrowding in homes are two of the major issues that Nunavut's government is facing. At the small home of elder Peter Ningeosiak, 73, live eleven family members. Their lives differ dramatically from the lives depicted by media they receive from the south.


While their is a shortage of housing, some houses still sit vacant and in need of repair. This house, in Cape Dorset, Nunavut on November 9, 2010, was the scene of a murder on Sept. 20th. The family refuses to live their again, and other families are resistant to moving in as well. Police evidence markings with the date are still visible on the floor at the entrance to the living room where the murder occurred.


An intoxicated woman is removed from a home after a disturbance on November 6, 2010, in Iqaluit, Nunavut, Canada. The RCMP detachment in Iqaluit is kept busy every night with domestic calls primarily caused by the abuse of drugs and alcohol.


The Baffin Correctional Centre in the territorial capital of Iqaluit is over crowded and in need of repair. Outside in the fenced courtyard men play dodgeball in the cold air on Nov. 6, 2010.


This man has worked his way up through the system from the juvenile detention centre and now to an isolation cell in the Baffin Correctional Centre. His nickname, "Inuksta," tattooed across his back is his own Inuit play on the word "gangsta."


In keeping with tradition, most Inuit refuse to speak frankly about violent incidents in their communities, and refer to them only in broad terms as "the troubles." But with a renewed sense of urgency a men's group has evolved and is working within communities to hold healing services, like this one in Repulse Bay, Nunavut on November 13, 2010. Following a day of group therapy they held a healing service open to all members of the community where there were prayers, music and tears as men shared their pain openly and made amends with family members, and people came forward to be healed.


A single word "why" is scratched into a wooden cross that marks a shallow grave in the Anglican Cemetery in Cape Dorset, Nunavut. The rates of suicide and violence in Canada's newest territory are far beyond those experienced anywhere else in the country.

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PICTURE STORY-Sponsored by Leica


2. Brett Gundlock/The National Post



Rob is restrained by Kevin, following a fight with another member of their group, January 4, 2010. Calgary, Canada. Rob and Tyler are members of a Neo-Nazi Skinhead group called W.E.B. (White European Bloodlines), one of many Skinhead groups across Canada. 


A dog near a fire, January 9, 2010. Calgary, Canada.


Blood is sprayed on a basement wall, following an altercation, January 4, 2010. Calgary, Canada.


Rob, Kevin, and Tyler, after being escorted out of a local bar by the Calgary Police Guns and Gangs unit, January 22, 2010. Calgary, Canada.


Tyler and Tyler talk while drinking, March 7, 2009. Calgary, Canada.


Conor hangs a picture of Adolf Hitler in a friends basement apartment, March 11, 2009.


Jordan uses a laptop computer, May 23, 2009. Hamilton, Canada.


Rob sieg heils while making out with his girlfriend, January 26, 2010. Calgary, Canada.


Kyle dresses his daughter Aryanna, March 7, 2009 in Calgary, Alberta.


Jordan and Dallas work out in a backyard, March 20, 2009. Calgary, Canada.


Young Skinheads sleep on a basement floor, March 7, 2009.


Richars and Andrew's apartment, August 7,  2009. Toronto, Canada.

 
3. Louie Palu/Zuma Press


US Army flight medic SGT Ian Bugh of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade prepares for a night mission outside his medevac helicopter at Forward Operating Base Wilson in volatile Zhari District in Kandahar, Afghanistan. This medevac unit is call signed DUSTOFF and dates back to the VIetnam war. This medevac deployment during the Kandahar Offensive would go on to complete almost as many missions as the units that operated in the Vietnam War.


Men rush a wounded 8-year-old boy to Canadian troops for help after he was critically injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) set by Taliban insurgents looking to target Canadian troops on patrol in the village of Fathullah in Panjwa'i District in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan who would call on a medevac for life saving treatment.

Seen in a US Army MEDEVAC helicopter are the bandaged legs of an Afghan soldier who lost his feet and part of his legs to an improvised explosive device (IED) in the Arghandab Valley in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. IED's are one of the most common weapons used by Taliban insurgents which can be indiscriminate, killing and maiming both combatants and civilians.


An Afghan police officer sits stunned while comforting two boys who were blinded by land mines set by Taliban insurgents targeting Afghan and American soldiers. The boys are being evacuated in a US Army MEDEVAC helicopter from the Arghandab Valley in Kandahar Province, Afghanistan to an ISAF medical facility for treatment. IED's are one of the most common weapons used by Taliban insurgents which can be indiscriminate, killing and maiming both combatants and civilians.


US Army flight medic SGT Ian Bugh of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade treats one of two critically wounded US soldiers in the  back of a medevac helicopter in volatile Zhari District in Kandahar Province where they were wounded by an improvised explosive device (IED) set by insurgents. Flight medics keep casualties alive just long enough so they can be treated at a higher facility at Kandahar Airfield.


US Army flight Medic SGT Patrick Schultz talks to a wounded US soldier in the rear of a medevac helicopter while flying to Kandahar Airfield after he was injured by an improvised explosive device in Zhari District, Kandahar, Afghanistan. Many wounded soldiers such as this have serious internal wounds, trauma and are blindefolded due to the effects on the eyes of medications.


While being transported by medevac helicopter a US soldier holds his comrades hand after he was critically injured in an insurgent attack on their patrol in Maiwand District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan.


A frightened Afghan boy watches US Army flight medic SGT Ian Bugh (L) of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade treat one of his two critically wounded brothers in the  back of a medevac helicopter flying at breakneck speed for life saving treatment at Kandahar Airfield, Afghanistan. The boys were injured in volatile Zhari District in Kandahar Province by an improvised explosive device (IED) set by insurgents which was detonated by a passing donkey. With multiple critical casualties the medic must make the difficult decision and choose who has the best chance of surviving and treat them first, these boys were treated and survived.


A US soldier illuminates the legs of a comrade critically injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) attack at night on their armoured vehicle for the flight medic flying with the 101st Airborne Combat Aviation Brigade who is organizing the evacuation of the wounded via  a medevac helicopter to Kandahar Airfield, Kandahar, Afghanistan. Medevac crews work 7 days a week 24 hours a day even at night.


The shadow of a US medevac helicopter of the 101st Airborne Combat Aviation Brigade is flying seen over US and Afghan troops after picking up a wounded US soldier critically injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) south of Spin Pir in Zhari District, Kandahar, Afghanistan during operations aimed at clearing insurgents from their strongholds. Medevac helicopters fly into any area to pick up casulties even under fire.


A US Army medic (L) embraces flight medic SGT First Class Richard Miller (R) of the 101st Combat Aviation Brigade below the medevac helicopters rotor blades giving SFC Miller details of the casualties injuries as paratroopers from the 101st Airborne carry their wounded comrade who was injured by an improvised explosive device (IED) attack to the waiting helicopter in Zhari District, Kandahar Afghanistan.


The rotors of a US Army medevac helicopter blows dust over a mud wall and a field along with yellow smoke popped by troops on the ground to mark the landing zone (LZ) and as it lands to pick up a US soldier critically wounded by an IED (improvised explosive device) somewhere between the villages of Sangasar and Spin Pir in Zhari District, Kandahar Province, Afghanistan. Every LZ is different and very confusing as the blowing dust makes visibility almost impossible even when looking out for insurgents who are constantly trying to shoot the helicopters down.



HM. Olivier Asselin/Independent Photojournalist


Tony Boussana, 24, who is partly paralized by polio, is helped by his girlfriend Sabena, 19, as he tries to sit up in his bed at the A. Cisse Hospital in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo on Friday December 3, 2010. "When I got to the hospital I could still move my arms, but now I can't", he says. "I feel completely lost."


A bible lies next to the foot of Maouaka, 19, who suffers from respiratory complications from polio, as she lies in a bed at the A. Sice general hospital in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo on Wednesday December 1, 2010. Maouaka died a few hours after this image was taken.


Maouaka, 19, who suffers from respiratory complications from polio, lies in a bed at the A. Sice general hospital in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo on Wednesday December 1, 2010. Maouaka died a few hours after this image was taken.


Vivien Massomba, 12, who suffers from palsy following a polio infection, grimaces while being massaged by a health worker at the Tie-Tie hospital in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo, on Thursday December 2, 2010.


Relatives prepare to bury the body of Rachel Yaki Diane, 26, who died following a polio infection at the Vendelou cemetery in Pointe-Noire, Republic of Congo on Saturday December 4, 2010.


Volunteers hang a banner announcing the upcoming round of polio vaccination as night approaches in Djambala, Republic of Congo on Monday December 6, 2010.


A member of a social mobilization team uses a megaphone from a moving vehicle to inform the population about the upcoming polio vaccination round in Djambala, Republic of Congo on Tuesday December 7, 2010.


A child receives two drops of polio vaccine during the second round of vaccination in Djambala Village, Republic of Congo on Wednesday December 8, 2010.


A man gets vaccinated against polio during the second round of vaccination in Djambala Village, Republic of Congo on Wednesday December 8, 2010.


A woman's finger is marked with indelible ink after she was vaccinated against polio during the second round of vaccination in Djambala Village, Republic of Congo on Wednesday December 8, 2010.


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WINNER-Tyler Anderson/The National Post


Hamilton Tiger-Cats wide receiver Adam Nicolson loses his helmet while being tackled by Toronto Argonauts defenders Greg Blue, Ejiro Kuale and Michael Grant during CFL action in Toronto, June 13, 2010. 


A man with a trumpet takes his shirt off the hood of a burning cop car on Queen Street West during the G20 Summit in Toronto, Saturday, June 26, 2010.



Mayoral candidate Rob Ford tries to ignore a person dressed in a chicken suite holding a sign that reads 'Where is Rob Ford's Plan', during in front of City Hall in Toronto, Wednesday, August 4, 2010. Ford became mayor of Canada's largest city on December 1, 2010.


A funeral procession makes its way through the streets of Leogane, Haiti, Monday, February 1, 2010. Three weeks after the devastating earthquake, the people of the seaside town at its epicentre struggle to rebuild their lives after loosing so much.


Musician, producer and rapper, Pharrell, pose for a portrait at the Four Season Hotel in Toronto, Ontario, October 14, 2010. 



A ball catches Toronto Blue Jays infielder Alex Gonzalez's shirt during a game against the Chicago White Sox during the home opener of the Toronto Blue Jays in Major League Baseball (MLB) action in Toronto, Ontario, April 12, 2010.



Angel investors Frank Erschen (L), Randall Howard (M) and Robert Douglas (R), explore new virtual reality equipment that is part of a digital media innovation centre at the Communitech Hub (The Hub) in Kitchener, Ontario, Monday, December 20, 2010.



A freight train drives into the last rays of sunlight along the tracks beside the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto, Ontario, March 31, 2010.



A group of children cool of in the water of a public tap near a temporary tent city in Leogan, Haiti, Thursday, February 4, 2010. Three weeks after the devastating earthquake, the people of the seaside town at its epicentre struggle to rebuild their lives after loosing so much.



 
NOMINEE- Jimmy Jeong/Independent Photojournalist


Philip Roth in his apartment in Manhattan, NY on October 5, 2010. His latest book, Nemesis, is set in his hometown of Newark, N.J. in 1944 in the midst of a polio outbreak.


Edmonton - August 11, 2010 - Photos of police tactical team training rappelling techniques in downtown Edmonton.


Edmonton - April 8, 2010 - Models, many of them first-time models,  wait nervously backstage during Western Canada Fashion Week.


Edmonton - May 16, 2010 -  Two-year-old Maddox Flynn. Parents Mike Flynn and Nicole Champagne expect Maddox to have surgery in New York on Friday for a severe facial malformation that has affected him since birth.


Rancher Carmen Langer looks over some of his pure bred cattle at one of their fields near Peace River, Alberta on July 14, 2010. Residents in the area have been complaining of strong odours in the air which they say are affecting the health of their animals and family members.


Edmonton - April 2, 2010 - The 30th Annual Good Friday Outdoor Way of the Cross Walk through inner city Edmonton.


Author Salman Rushdie poses for a photo in Manhattan, NY on November 12, 2010. Mr. Rushdie has just released his latest novel, 'Luka and the Fire of Life' which is inspired from the video games played by his son Milan.


Aaron Patzer poses for a photo in Manhattan, NY on November 29, 2010. Aaron Patzer is the founder of Mint.com, (acquired by Intuit in 2009) which is an online finance management site targeted towards a young online audience.


New York City, NY - October 31, 2010 - A costumed parader speaks with an officer during Halloween in New York city.


Reinie Jobin, an elder with the Lubicon nation, middle, sits in the office of Bernard Ominayak, 30-year chief of the Lubicon nation, at Little Buffalo which is 70kms east of Peace River, Alberta on July 15, 2010. Residents in the area have been complaining of strong odours in the air which they say are affecting the health of their animals and family members.
 

NOMINEE- John Lehmann/The Globe and Mail


Some of the manny actors seen here October 18, 2010 who entrain the crowds at this years Fright Nights on until October 31, 2010 at Vancouver's PlayLand.


An Iraqi-Canadian kisses a holy cross during mass at the Our Lady of Good Counsel Church in Surrey December 12, 2010. The church has become the spiritual and geographical centre for Iraqi Christians in the area that have fled Iraqi because of their religious beliefs.


A young surfer checks out the last few ridable waves of the day at Long Beach South of Tofino October 14, 2010.


Canadian Peter Devries during the O'Neil Cold Water Classic surfing competition in Tofino, British Columbia October 14, 2010. The Devries the son of one of the original local Tofino surfers who last years won the inaugural event failed to win his heat and was eliminated from the event.


Sockeye salmon make their way up the Adams River at Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park north of Chase B.C. October 12, 2010. Struggling against insurmountable odds the salmon return once every fours years to this spot where only 1 out of every four thousand eggs laid in River lives to return as a spawning adult.


A young boy climbs out of cave at Chesterman Beach South of Tofino makes his way out into the ocean October 6, 2010. Tofino will host The O’Neill Cold Water Classic Canada October 9-15, 2010 the most Northern surf competition on the plant.


Tamils from Sri Lanka are escorted of their vessel by Canadian Border Services after the ship carrying 490 suspected asylum seekers docked at Canadian Forces Base Esquimalt near Victoria August 13, 2010.


With the help of his father Kulvir Lehal, Jujhar age four takes part in the Eighth annual turban competition in Surrey, B.C. April 5, 2010. The annual event is the largest in North America and showcased the many styles of turbans from different parts of the world.


Canadian Samuel Edney makes his way down the Luge track at the Whistler Sliding Centre February 13, 2010 during men's singles competition first run.

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Roadside memorials: The crossroads of life and death. Usually, there is a cross. Sometimes there are scraps of metal, salvaged from the car that carried someone to their death. There are teddy bears and photographs; plastic flowers and hockey sticks; poetry and beer bottles. Always, there is grief and loss. Roadside death memorials have existed for centuries. With the rise of the automobile and modern highways, though, sudden road deaths have become routine, and so have roadside shrines.














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Queen Elizabeth peers from behind a curtain as she and Prince Philip, the Duke of Edinburgh, wait to get introduced at a luncheon Tuesday, June 29, 2010 in Halifax.
 

during overtime period men's ice hockey gold medal final at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver, Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010. 
 

Wednesday, December 8, 2010  in Port-au-Prince. Government-backed candidate Jude Celestin and former first lady Mirlande Manigat will advance to a second-round runoff in Haiti's presidential election, officials announced Tuesday as protests led by supporters of Martelly, the third-place candidate, broke out in the capital Tuesday. 

Governor  General Michaelle Jean breaks down after boarding the helicopter following a tour of Jacmel, Haiti, Tuesday March 9, 2010. Jean is on a two-day visit of her home country for her first visit since the devastating earthquake.
 

A dog all bundled up against the cold waits for its master outside a grocery store  Friday, January 8, 2010  in Montreal. Temperatures are expected to drop to the minus twenties over the weekend.


Members of the Saskatchewan Roughriders offensive Marc Parenteau, Chris Best, Doan Goodspeed, and Gene Makowsky, left to right, let off steam during a practice in extreme cold weather Wednesday, November 24, 2010 in Edmonton. The Roughriders will face the Montreal Alouettes in the CFL Grey Cup Sunday.
 

Canada's Charles Hamelin kisses his girlfriend after winning the gold medal in the men's 500 metre final in the short track speedskating competition Friday February 26, 2010 at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.
 

Unites States President Barak Obama, Prime Minister Stephen Harper and his wife Laureen direct Michelel Obama for a photograph during an official dinner at the G20 Summit Saturday, June 26, 2010 in Toronto.
 

Canada's Joannie Rochette fights back tears following her short program in the women's competition Tuesday February 23, 2010 at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver. Rochette's mother died of a heart attack Sunday.


Korea's , left to right, take a bow after winning the silver medal in the men's 5000 metre relay in the short track speedskating competition Friday February 26, 2010 at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games in Vancouver.


NOMINEE- Tim Smith/The Brandon Sun


Children play tag on a pyramid of straw bales under a rainbow at Spring Valley Hutterite Colony after a light rain shower on a warm August evening. Modern forms of entertainment such as television and video games are frowned upon in hutterite societies so children spend much of their days playing outside and exploring their surroundings. 


Light streaks through the gates as Bull riders Derek Macmillan and Denton Krentz (sitting down) talk shop while gearing up for their event during the Shilo Heartland Rodeo on Friday evening. The small town rodeo is a summer institution with many competitors spending their summer bouncing from one rodeo competition to the next. 
 

Six-year-old Areeba Hussain is bathed in light from the setting sun as she enjoys a sweet treat before dinner at the Brandon Islamic Centre's Eid celebration at Knox United Church on Saturday evening.
 

A young boy poses with his scooter on a side street in Matanzas, Cuba in late March 2010.


Young lovers Billy Cook and Ashley Soulier share an embrace while saying goodbye on an overcast June morning in Brandon, Manitoba.
 

Kristy Yuzicappi of Standing Buffalo First Nation in Saskatchewan does her hair in the passenger seat of a car while preparing for the Grand Entry at the Birdtail Sioux First Nation Powwow. Dancers and spectators from First Nations communities across Canada and the northern United States came to the three day event, many spending their summer hopping from powwow to powwow.
 

Visitors to the Brandon Downtown Arts & Cultural Festival at Princess Park cast shadows on a translucent tent material on Saturday evening. Brandonites of a variety of backgrounds came out to enjoy the cultural celebrations which included food, music, art and other entertainment.
 

Rebecca, Deborah, Dehlia, and Lana, diene (low german for unmarried young women) from Deerboine Hutterite Colony stand in a field of canola at sunset in July 2010.
 

Fire breather and juggler Isaac Girardin exhales a mouthful of paraffin oil creating a large burst of flame while practicing his skills on the east end of Brandon.


Michelle Hofer, 11, offers one of the colony goats a snack on the Spring Valley Hutterite Colony. Modern forms of entertainment such as television and video games are frowned upon in hutterite societies so children spend much of their days playing outside and exploring their surroundings.   
 

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KINGSTON, Ont. (20/11/2010) - At her behest, Don Pettigrew shoots speed into a vein in Pat Jeffery's neck. After years of intravenous drug use, Jeffery's arms are scarred and it is too difficult to find her veins. In a nightly ritual, Pettigrew, 53, prepares the rock of speed, shoots himself up and then does Jeffery, also 53. Sometimes he must try several times before finding a vein, even in her neck.


TORONTO, Ont. (26/06/2010) - A protester is run over by a group of mounted police who were using their horses to help riot police clear a dwindling crowd out of Queen's Park around 7:30 Saturday evening. The protester managed to pick himself back up and walk away and the police did not stop or dismount to check his condition.


TORONTO, Ont. (27/06/2010) - Several police wrestle a protester to the ground before handcuffing him outside the Eastern Avenue Detention Centre Sunday morning. Tensions quickly rose when a group of police suddenly rushed through lines of sitting protesters and began targeting certain individuals for arrest. A temporary detention facility had been established on Eastern Avenue in anticipation of the G20 summit, which took place in Toronto from Jun. 25-Jun.27. More than 1,000 people were arrested over the course of the weekend.


KINGSTON, Ont. (03/02/2010) - Didier Stowe and Olivier Lemieux take their show to the air above Market Square with the help of some trampolines at Kingston's Feb Fest Wednesday afternoon. The aerial stunts are the trademark fare of the Flying Canucks, a group of entertainers composed of trampolinists and former Olympic skiers and snowboarders. This is the Flying Canucks' second year at Feb Fest and, judging by the reception they got, they are a highlight of the week's events.


KINGSTON, Ont. (08/10/2010) - Kiteboarders on Lake Ontario take advantage of warm weather and strong winds on Friday, Oct. 8, 2010, as windmills on Wolfe Island loom in the background.


KINGSTON, Ont. (09/10/2010) - University of Toronto receiver Sebastian Magalas is taken down by Queen's University defensive back Joshua Sultana, Saturday, Oct. 9, 2010. The Blues were no match for the defending Vanier Cup champions; Queen's defeated Toronto by a score of 66-1.


KINGSTON, Ont. (10/10/2010) - Kingston Frontenacs centre Alan Quine scores his second goal of the evening midway through the third period to tie the Plymouth Whalers at 5-5. Frontenacs defenceman Taylor Doherty took control of the puck during a power play and fired it through the crease and over to Quine, who dropped to one knee and shot the puck over goalie Scott Wedgewood. The Frontenacs fought back from a 5-1 deficit, only to suffer a heartbreaking loss in overtime as Whalers right wing Robbie Czarnik scored with 16 seconds left to lead his team to a 6-5 victory.


KINGSTON, Ont. (03/11/2010) - Peter Kerkatsch is one of the higher functioning patients on 3-South, the Complex Continuing Care wing at Providence Care's St. Mary's of the Lake Hospital site. He spends a large part of each day watching television and movies. Each Wednesday he looks forward to a visit from his wife, Joyce, who brings him a sub for lunch.


BELLEVILLE, Ont. (05/10/2010) - Margaret "Peggy" Wilson was born March 21, 1910. She has resided at the Bayview Retirement Residence in Belleville, Ontario for the past 6 years. She has two children, five grandchildren and cannot recall how many great-grandchildren. "I'm hard to get along with," she says, but explains that she is more affable after a few glasses of wine.


KINGSTON, Ont. (18/01/2011) - Yannick Tona was just four years old when the Rwandan genocide began in 1994. He had no idea why so many people were running or what Hutus and Tutsis were, but he soon learned. His family split into pairs and he and his mother escaped by walking in the bush for three weeks. Of 20 family members, six survived, including both his parents and one sister. He has since dedicated himself to raising awareness about the Rwandan genocide and to eliminating hatred and advocating for human rights through organizations such as Aegis Students Rwanda. He spoke about his experiences and his work at Queen's University's Dunning Hall Tuesday night.



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A man does a handstand in front of a burning police car during a protest against the G20 summit in downtown Toronto, June 26, 2010.     


South Florida Bulls coach Jim Leavitt (R) gets a bucket gatorade dumped on him in celebration by players Aaron Harris (C) and Mike Ford as wide receiver A.J. Love (L) looks on during the final minute against the Northern Illinois Huskies during the first half of their NCAA International Bowl football game in Toronto, January 2, 2010.     


Toronto FC's Chad Barrett celebrates his first of two goals against the Chicago Fire's during the second half of their MLS soccer match, May 8, 2010.     


People walk along the waterfront trail on the lakeshore in Toronto, May 9, 2010.   


People feed birds in front of the Yeni Mosque in Istanbul September 13, 2010.


Duke's Jon Scheyer jumps for joy as Butler's Matt Howard lies on the court at the end of their NCAA National Championship college basketball game in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 5, 2010. Duke defeated Butler, 61-59, to win the championship.   


People sunbathe at the Travertines in Pammakule September 21, 2010.     


A snowboarder soars through the centre ring of the Olympic Rings during the opening ceremony of the 2010 Winter Olympics, February 12, 2010.



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Torchbearer Damon Jones, left, carries the Olympic flame through heavy fog before dawn in White Rock, B.C., on Tuesday February 9, 2010. The Olympic flame is on a 106 day journey across Canada in the longest domestic torch relay in Olympic history. It will end with the lighting of the Olympic cauldron at the opening ceremonies for the Vancouver Winter Olympics on February 12. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darryl Dyck


Japan's Takayuki Endo goes flying after colliding with USA's Taylor Chace, back, during second period gold medal ice sledge hockey action at the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday March 20, 2010.


Shingo Doi, of Japan, skates during the men's 1,500-metre long track speedskating event at the Richmond Olympic Oval in Richmond, B.C., on Saturday February 20, 2010. 


Stanislav Detkov, of Russia, celebrates after qualifying for the small final during the men's parallel giant slalom snowboard competition at the Vancouver Winter Olympics at Cypress Mountain in West Vancouver, B.C., on Saturday February 27, 2010.



Spectators watch as a naked runner competes in the Bare Buns Run, a 5 km clothing optional run, at Wreck Beach in Vancouver, B.C., on Sunday August 8, 2010. Wreck Beach is the Canada's first and largest clothing-optional beach.



A rehabilitated harbour seal scurries towards the waters of Howe Sound after being released back into the wild by the Vancouver Aquarium's Marine Mammal Rescue Centre in Porteau Cove, B.C., on Saturday October 9, 2010. The centre released 14 seals back into the wild north of Vancouver Saturday. They have cared for over 2,000 sick, injured, abandoned and orphaned marine mammals since the program began more than 40 years ago. 


Clive Flett weeps as he speaks about his friends who lived in a rooming house where three men died and one was left one in critical condition after a house fire in Vancouver, B.C., on Wednesday December 22, 2010. The city said in a statement the property was being illegally rented out as a rooming house to seven tenants when it was only licensed as a single-family dwelling.


Robert Dziekanski's mother Zofia Cisowski reacts as she comes across a photograph of her son while reading Thomas Braidwood's final report into her son's death, after it was released in Vancouver, B.C., on Friday June 18, 2010. Dziekanski died after being stunned with a Taser at Vancouver International Airport in October 2007. Braidwood concluded RCMP officers were not justified in using a Taser to subdue him. 



USA's Nick Springer, of New York, holds his gold medal after defeating Australia to win the World Wheelchair Rugby Championships in Richmond, B.C., on Sunday September 26, 2010.


Peter Thompson holds his first prize winning photograph as he poses at the location where he took the photo of his eight-year-old nephew Ariez Pye in Vancouver, B.C., on Tuesday October 5, 2010. Thompson won first prize for best colour photo out of thousands of photographs entered in the annual Hope in Shadows contest held for residents of the Downtown Eastside. The photo is in the Hope in Shadows calendar and also graces the cover. The annual calendar creates employment opportunities for hundreds of local people living on low or no income. Vendors purchase calendars for $10 each, sell them for $20 and retain all money from the sale.

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Rebecca, Deborah, Dehlia, and Lana, diene (low german for unmarried young women) from Deerboine Hutterite Colony stand in a field of canola at sunset in July 2010. 


 



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