Best of Canadian Photojournalism 2016

 A group trying to rescue animals from Fort McMurray wait at road block on Highway 63 near Fort McMurray, Alberta on May 6, 2016 as smoke billows into the sky from raging forest fires. Photo: Cole Burston
A group trying to rescue animals from Fort McMurray wait at road block on Highway 63 near Fort McMurray, Alberta on May 6, 2016 as smoke billows into the sky from raging forest fires. Photo: Cole Burston www.coleburston.com

Photojournalism still matters. Witness some prime examples of that with these links to great best of 2016 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 LOCAL XPRESS in Halifax.
(AKA Photographers from the Halifax Chonicle Herald who have currently been on strike for almost a year, find out more about the situation here.)
Tim Krochak
Christian LaForce
Ingrid Bulmer
Eric Wynne
Ted Pritchard
Ryan Taplin

TORONTO STAR

Rick Madonik
Steve Russell
Melissa Renwick
Bernard Weil
Richard Lautens
Andrew Francis Wallace
Carlos Osorio
Lucas Oleniuk

EDMONTON JOURNAL
Greg Southam
David Bloom
Shaughn Butts
Ed Kaiser
Larry Wong
Ian Kucerak

REGINA LEADER-POST
Bryan Schlosser
Michael Bell
Troy Fleece
Don Healy

WINDSOR STAR
Jason Kryk
Nick Brancaccio
Dan Janisse
Dax Melmer
Tyler Brownbridge

HAMILTON SPECTATOR
Barry Gray
Cathie Coward
John Rennison

KINGSTON WHIG-STANDARD
Elliot Ferguson
Ian MacAlpine
Julia McKay
Steph Crosier

LETHBRIDGE HERALD
Ian Martens
Tijana Martin

SASKATOON STAR-PHOENIX
Gord Waldner
Richard Marjan
Liam Richards
Greg Pender
Kayle Neis
Michelle Berg

BELLEVILLE INTELLIGENCER

Luke Hendry
Emily Mountney-Lessard
Jason Miller
Tim Miller
Bruce Bell

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

BARRIE EXAMINER

FREELANCE/OTHER

Cole Burston
Chris Donovan
Darryl Dyck
Dave Chan
Lars Hagberg
John Lehman
Jason Franson
Kenneth Armstrong
Darcy Cheek-Brockville Reporter

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

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