Speedo protestor marijuana

KITCHENER, Ont.(29/08/17) - Cambridge's Jeffrey Shaver protests in front of the Kitchener Courthouse in response to his arrest last October for possession of marijuana, despite having a medical marijuana license. (The Waterloo Region Record / VICE News)

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senior cyclist

WATERLOO, Ont. (17/06/17) - 85-year-old Waterloo cyclist Roy Conway returns from his daily 50-kilometre ride through town. The racing cyclist has had some terrible spills in the past, earning him the nickname "Crash Conway." (The Waterloo Region Record)

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Special Olympics Ontario

KITCHENER, Ont. (18/06/17) - Connor Gastmeier, 12, steps up to bat in the Adaptive T-ball Hitting competition at the WCDSB & WRDSB Special Olympics Ontario track and field meet on June 18, 2017. Over 400 students with an intellectual or physical disability participated in this event, which focuses on friendly competition and companionship. (The Waterloo Region Record)

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presidential election

NEW YORK CITY, NY (11/08/16) - Hany Alexander is overcome with despair as she watches Trump take the lead in the 2016 presidential election in Times Square on Aug. 11, 2016. "What will happen to us now?" she cries. (The Pioneer)

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TORONTO, Ont. (18/04/18) - Catherine Raw, executive vice president and chief financial officer of Barrick Gold Corp., stands for a photograph at the company's headquarters. While women are head-hunted as a way to now equalize the workforce, Raw says that even a whiff of “tokenism” risks undermining top women. (Bloomberg)

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conservation longhouse

CRAWFORD LAKE, Ont. (31/03/16) - The University of Guelph Aboriginal Resource Centre's annual student trip to the Crawford Lake Conservation Area. The trip exposes a diverse group of students to an Iroquoian heritage site, an 18th century Huron Settlement and recreated Longhouse. (University of Guelph)

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Standing Rock protest

TORONTO, Ont. (5/11/16) - Hundreds of peaceful protestors march down University Ave. in Toronto on Nov. 5, 2016, bringing public awareness to the Dakota Access Pipeline plans to destroy sacred Indigenous grounds. Shouting "water is life!" throughout the streets, the protest aimed to support those on the front lines at Standing Rock in North Dakota, fighting for clean water for future generations. (The Pioneer)

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Aquafit for seniors

BELLEVILLE, Ont. (03/03/17) - Seniors wind down after an Aquafit class on March 3, 2017 at the YMCA of Central East Ontario Belleville Branch. Aquafit is proven to be a beneficial workout for seniors, with the buoyancy of the water relieving joint pressure and muscle pain. (The Pioneer)

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Women's March Toronto

TORONTO, Ont. (21/01/17) - 60,000 men, women and children meet in Queen's Park for Toronto's Women's March on Washington on January 21, 2017, to prove that they will be united in the face of a shifting America. Protests against Trump have become a fight for equality, diversity and freedom. (The Pioneer)

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Yonatan Gat

GUELPH, Ont. (14/04/16) - New York-based instrumental duo Yonatan Gat becomes enclosed by their audience as they play from the center of a boxing ring at Kazoo! Fest 2016. (Play Magazine)

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band interview backstage

GUELPH, Ont. (14/03/15) - Guelph-based electronic duo Bowjia is interviewed backstage before performing their closing set at Gain Fest 2015. (The Ontarion) 

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Partner band

GUELPH, Ont. (12/04/16) - Lead singer of Toronto rock band 'Partner', Josée Caron wails mean solos over tunes that they call "part teenage diary, and 100% queer." (Play Magazine)   

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 drag queen

GUELPH, Ont. (13/05/14) - A drag queen performs at the eBar in Guelph, Ontario on May 13, 2014. (TroyBoy Entertainment)

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nude street dancers

NEW YORK CITY, NY (11/08/16) - Voters find ways to stay entertained during the eight stressful hours waiting for the results of the presidential election in Times Square on Aug. 11, 2016. These girls do not say which candidate they support, but this scene feels much more like Trump's America. (The Pioneer)

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