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Moe Doiron

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Behind the scenes at the Toronto Police Service forensic unit

Toronto, Brought to Light: For this summer series, The Globe and Mail’s team of award-winning photojournalists get behind the scenes around the city – uncovering what’s hidden, capturing the unexpected, in places they’ve always wanted to go. For more images in this series, visit globeandmail.com.

Jun 29, 2013

In Pictures: Police forensic lab

Far away from flashing lights and yellow police tape, a cluster of alphabetized buildings in the shadow of Canada’s busiest highway is home to the Toronto Police Service Forensic Identification Service, or FIS, where officers in lab coats help solve mysteries

Jun 29, 2013

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mdoiron@globeandmail.com

For three decades I’ve been lucky to work as a photojournalist and editor, often with a front row seat to history, along the way meeting and photographing those with a story to tell — from world leaders to high school leaders, the famous to the not so famous and sometimes the infamous.

No two are alike, no day is the same but every one just as important as the next.

It’s my job to show those who weren’t there what happened, to introduce them to people they’ve never met or will never ever meet and to do it honestly and accurately.

I often joke that at a dinner party I’ll have the coolest job at the table. All I have to do is tell them about my week and sometime even what I did that day and I’m usually never wrong.

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