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Globe and Mail photojournalist Peter Power. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)
Globe and Mail photojournalist Peter Power. (Fred Lum/The Globe and Mail)

Peter Power


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In Pictures: New Canadians hit the ice

Grades 10-12 students, male and female, from Eastern Commerce and Pearson C.I. played a hockey game as a culmination of a successful partnership between Toronto Police, TDSB and the National Hockey League Players Association. This program, called Goals and Dreams, has enabled new Canadians and students who would never have had the opportunity to experience hockey to be able to meet weekly to learn skills, have the appropriate equipment and play hockey.

Mar 06, 2014

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Working for twenty-plus years as a photojournalist has allowed me to see and experience much of this country and the world.

But photojournalism can, and should be done anywhere and everywhere. In it's simplest form my job is about story telling, and there are people and stories right here in our own backyards that are as important and as compelling as many international stories.

Much of our work in this industry revolves around single images, but what I enjoy most are the opportunities to spend prolonged periods of time working on stories — especially those that are not being covered by the mainstream media.

Every day, on every assignment, I try to make the strongest images I can — to convey with accuracy and honesty the stories that should be told.



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