Best of Canadian Photojournalism 2017

A picture perfect night with brilliant Harvest Moon, seen over Halifax, NS Wednesday October 4, 2017.
Tim Krochak/The Chronicle Herald

Photojournalism still matters. Witness some prime examples of that with these links to great best of 2017 images from photojournalists from across Canada. Will add more as I come across them, if you have any suggestions, email me.

Special shout out to photographers from the Halifax Chronicle Herald, who are back on the job after a long strike.

Tim Krochak
Eric Wynne
Ryan Taplin

Unfortunately the signing of that contact meant the loss of the talented Ingrid Bulmer, Christian LaForce, Ted Pritchard and Adrien Veczan.

Did I miss anyone? If so, email me the link!

Want to see more great photojournalism? Check out the lists from 2016 and 2015.


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