His Honour Henry (Hal) Newton Rowell Jackman, the 25th Lt. Gov. of Ontario, 1991-1997, attends the Lt. Gov's 2019 New Year's Levee in the Lt. Gov's Suite in Queen's Park. Behind him is his official portrait, flanked by portraits of His Honour Lincoln Alexander and Her Honour Hilary Weston.
The Honourable Elizabeth Dowdeswell, the Lieutenant Governor of Ontario walks to place a wreath during the Remembrance Day Service in Toronto
Alkan Air with head office in Whitehorse, Yukon, is setting up in Nanaimo to offer charter flights. New hangers and offices to be built in Nanaimo.
Earth Day got off to a beautiful start this past Saturday. Shot at the mouth of the Humber River.
Le Musée national des beaux-art du Québec. From a recent shoot at Le Musée published by Canadian Geographic.
I was pleased to have been asked by the Lieutenant Governor's office to document the first official visit to Ontario of Her Excellency the Right Honourable Julie Payette, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada
4 locations and one hour with Steven Murphy, (formerly dean of the Ted Rogers School of Management), the next president and vice-chancellor of UOIT, effective March 1, 2018.
I am part of a photo exhibit with George Brown College, Waterfront Campus. The exhibit, 50x50, will be part of the CONTACT Photography Festival in May. 50 selected photographers photograph 50 graduates of George Brown College. It was a great day of shooting.
The Lt. Governor of Ontario, The Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell is the busiest Lt. Governor in history, with over 300 engagements last year. Occasionally her day ends when the sun sets, as seen here.
A sunrise this gorgeous could only last minutes, 12 minutes to be exact.
I had the wonderful opportunity to photograph aboard a Great Lakes freighter as it passed through the Welland Canal in late November. It was a very slow trip.