Members of the Athabasca Fire Department work to get people out of a vehicle involved in a Feb. 23, 2018 collision in Athabasca.
Nearly 100 people walked through the streets of Athabasca to the riverfront Oct. 4, 2017 for the annual Sisters in Spirit walk for missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Athabasca RCMP Cpl. Dale Bereza (right) puts an arm around another member as they walk from the scene of a police-involved shooting March 2, 2018 in Athabasca. A confrontation led to one male in his 40s being shot by police. The Alberta Serious Incident Response Team was directed to investigate the incident.
Extendicare Athabasca resident Hal Johnston paints a birdhouse with Braidy Fuchs, age four, during Parent Link's "Partners In Time" program April 19, 2017 which bridges the gaps between generations twice monthly.
Trevor Greene, 75, has been farming cattle his entire life on the Greene farm, even while working on rigs and laying pipe during the day. He is the only living member of his immediate family, and is known by those closest to him to "give you the shirt off his back if you needed it."
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From left: Hannah, Kai and Grace enjoy dinner with their adopted mother Anne while their adopted father Bob is out bringing a hot meal to Anne's sick and elderly father on Tuesday Oct. 13, 2014. The three children with Down syndrome are not related by blood, but were adopted by Bob and Anne Freeland. Hannah and Kai were adopted before their first year passed, whereas Grace was adopted when she was ten and a half.
John Baxter and his wife Mabel Baxter stand on their farm, Wipple Tree Ranch, along West Mountain Road in Woodlands County on Nov. 16, 2016. Baxter's been a mechanic, hauled gravel, driven school buses, ran his own cattle ranch, and has played the fiddle for 40 years.
A cowboy ropes a calf during during the 2016 Whitecourt and District Agricultural Society Rodeo on July 16, 2016.
A raucous group of Catherine McKenna supporters celebrate her MP victory at the Richmond Road Clocktower Brew pub in Ottawa on October 19, the date of Canada's 2015 federal election. McKenna was running for liberal MP in the central Ottawa riding. Liberal nominee for the same riding in 2008— Penny Collenette (front, left)— is among McKenna's supporters, along with her husband the honourable David Collenette (left, second row).
A silver cowboy breaks his statue-like stance to tip his hat at a young girl in Times Square on Oct. 13, 2015.
Tari Ngangura, 21, a journalism student and one of the organizers of #AllBlackLivesMatter: Black Communities Take Back The Night event in Toronto on Saturday Sept. 26 shares about her passion for the movement #BlackLivesMatter. "My blackness in itself makes me a part of this movement. It's an issue that is very close to my heart: anti-black racism, and fighting that, and fighting police brutality and state-sanctioned violence. This is something I'm very passionate about, something that's very close to me because of my blackness."
Community health student Alex Moskalewicz models one of the scarves donated by Bell Let's Talk on Jan. 26 for the Canadian Mental Health Association Hastings and Prince Edward (CMHA-HPE) 2016 event Sleep Out So Others Can Sleep In, outside the CMHA branch in Belleville. Bell Let's Talk has been a gold sponsor of the event for the past three years, and in 2011 the CMHA received a grant from Bell Let's Talk for training in mental health first aid. On the annual Bell Let's Talk Day five cents is donated to mental health for every text, phone call and tweet using the hash tag.
An immigrant couple, Ryan Allam from Lebanon and his wife Abeer Allam originally from Syria, but arriving from Dubai, spend a picturesque afternoon picnicking in High Park on September 29, 2015 and attempt to take couple photos of themselves. Both husband and wife say they are looking for jobs, and have been in Canada since May.