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June 14: B.C. ballet dancers posed in different situations to illustrate this past year's B.C. headlines. Here dancer Andrew Bartee is behind the Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia.

July 9: Will Grimm with Wildfire Services during a controlled burn at the North end of the Sechelt forest fire on B.C.'s Sunshine Coast.

July 31: A polar bear feeds on a beluga whale at the mouth of Seal River which runs into Hudson Bay, north of Churchill, Manitoba.

Oct 14: Toronto Blue Jay centre fielder Kevin Pillar catches a fly ball during the American League Division Series against the Texas Rangers in Toronto.

April 30: Realtor Savey Mattu in front of a row of homes along Cambie Street in Vancouver. The image was shot on a Hasselblad film camera and 9 images were pasted together in Photoshop to create one single image.

February 1: Muslim women celebrate world hijab day in Fort McMurray, Alberta.

October 3: Hanna Scott during her winning ride in the shortboard competition at the 2015 Queen of the Peak surfing competition in Tofino, B.C.

July 31: A female polar bear at the mouth of the Seal River on the shores of Hudson Bay, north of Churchill, Manitoba.

February 5: Ian Ferugson, author of How to be a Canadian, posing in Victoria, B.C.

March 7: The Willie Family Potlatch who are members of the Kwakwaka’wakw First Nation in Alert Bay on Cormorant Island, B.C. where a ceremony was held for the new Sisuitl Symbol which Green Peace has used since 1971.

August 30: Four years after a tsunami swept scallop fisherman Kou Sasaki’s boat out of the harbour in the small Japanese port city of Ofunato, he saw the vessel for the first time in Klemtu, B.C.

June 14: B.C. Ballet Tara Williamson in Vancouver’s Chinatown.

July 17: Robert Lynn Green Senior sits on the stairs of his old home which was washed away in the flooding after Hurricane Katrina.

July 31: A polar bear wanders near the Seal River along the coastal waters of Hudson Bay, north of Churchill, Manitoba.

September 20: Marcel Martin harvests gooseneck barnacles in Clayoquot Sound near Tofino, B.C.

February 18: St. Michael's Residential School survivor Josie Hanuse (black hat) is over come with emotion during a symbolic decommission and demolition of the former residential school in Albert Bay, B.C.

January 19: Carole Itter, a prominent Vancouver artists, at her cabin in Cates Park in North Vancouver.

June 23: Roy Mulvahill and Marvin William ride in a covered wagon during the Xeni Gwet'in Youth Wagon Trip. The eight day trip starts in the Nemiah Valley and ends up in Williams Lake, B.C. for the start of the Williams Lake Rodeo.

May 11: A night time photo of a Joshua Tree illuminated by a torch in Joshua Tree National Park, California. This single image composite of 180 images stacked together to show the earth's rotation.

August 29: A sub adult grizzly bear chases down a salmon near Klemtu, B.C.

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