The 4,000-km migration of sockeye salmon to their Adams River birthplace is the most extraordinary migration in the natural world
A look at how Canada—and London, too—paid tribute to those who served and continue to serve
Pictures from a makeshift memorial outside the John VC Foote Armoury in Hamilton, Ont.
Photojournalist Larry Towell’s goal? ‘I try to become the people I photograph.’
A dramatic art installation at the Tower of London pays tribute to 888,246 fallen soldiers
The best shots from the week that was
The Berlin Wall fell, but testaments to the Cold War remain standing
Rachel Browne explains why pro-democracy demonstrators in Hong Kong have armed themselves with rain gear.
Politicians, journalists and politicos celebrate the spirit of Jaimie Anderson
From celebs to selfies, look back on another fantastic TIFF with our best-of-fest gallery
War news photography has never just been about capturing a moment in time
Photographer Patrick Brown chronicles the cruel realities of the underground animal trade in a new book, ‘Trading to Extinction’
More than 5,000 photographers from 132 countries submitted more than 90,000 photographs to the prestigious contest
Photographer Narendra Shrestha gets a glimpse inside the world of Nepal’s living goddesses
Daredevil surfers flock to giant waves churned up by Hurricane Marie in Southern California
As tensions appear to be subsiding in Ferguson, a look back at two weeks of demonstrations in the embattled community