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Staff Photographer Fred Lum 2004.
Staff Photographer Fred Lum 2004.

Fred Lum


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In Pictures: A gleeful rivalry

Toronto's Wexford Collegiate for the Arts and the Etobicoke School of the Arts' rivalry to be featured in TVO documentary airing Dec. 4 at 9 p.m.

Nov 29, 2013

In pictures: Act of Remembrance meaningful for students

Looking for ways to make the practice of remembrance meaningful for students, the flag planting was inspired by the 3rd annual Operation Raise a Flag campaign at the Sunnybrook Veterans Centre with the students planting 300 trees in the Remembrance Garden.

Nov 04, 2013

In pictures: Rob Ford, mayor of Halloween Town

Toronto mayor Rob Ford takes the media on a tour of his City Hall office, which was decorated for Halloween. Not to be left out of the festivities, his brother, Councillor Doug Ford, hid behind a potted plant pretending to be a reporter hiding in wait for Rob

Oct 28, 2013

In Pictures: Markham's new Canadians

Adrienne Clarkson joins local volunteers and students to welcome 46 new Canadians at a community citizenship ceremony at Seneca College’s Markham campus

Oct 26, 2013

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Working in one of the most competitive newspaper markets in the world I thrive on the challenge to find unique and thought provoking ways to photograph my subjects. I'm always aware of what I'm photographing, hoping to uncover something that will give my photographs that extra push.

I bring my 'A' game to the job everyday and ask myself, "How can I tell a story with a single image?" Working with the best photographers in the country constantly pushes me to maintain this high level of photography that Globe and Mail readers demand.

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