This is Andrea Slobodian with Sun News. Despite appearing on national TV, and covering other people, she feels that taking her picture violates her privacy. Please see the description of this image for the full story.
This friendly guy is a cameraman with Sun News, a national cable broadcaster in Canada. He was annoyed that I took his picture, telling me I was not allowed to, despite being in a public place. After I persisted, he said something along the lines, that if I want a picture, then here's my picture. So, to him, I say thanks for the picture. Now, here's the long winded version:
Can you tell the woman in front of the camera doesn't want her picture taken? You can read the fully story here.
This is one of the photos I took at Olympic Plaza in downtown Calgary on Friday, December 9, 2011. I came a couple hours in advance of the 2pm deadline for Occupy Calgary campers to leave. To my surprise, the tents were gone. I found since, the occupiers removed everything overnight, and left behind some signs and a new sculpture.
Protesters gathered outside the Telus Convention Centre in downtown Calgary on March 17, 2009 to protest a speach by George W. Bush inside. They were calling for Bush to be tried for war crimes and objected to his presence in Canada. This was one of the many photographers covering the protesters.
Stephanie Norn, one of the the buskers, is interviewed by a reporter.
Collette Lemieux, with the Canadian Peace Alliance, was an organizer of and speaker at the anti-war rally.