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A Toxic Tour of Canada’s Chemical Valley, Aamjiwnaang First Nation, Ontario.
Boundary to Unist’ot’en Territory, unceded Wet’suwet’en territories, “British Columbia”
Agriculture For All
Billboard of First Nation Inclusion and Acknowledgement
Speaking out for Poultry Workers
No communcation barriers at this table
Frigid Maligne Canyon
Love is a feeling to be shared
The waterfall of the old Carbide Willson mill in Gatineau Park
Protest against violence against women
Drum dancing 13-year-old Allyson Gear stops a bus load of construction workers headed to the Muskrat Falls construction site.
26th Women’s Memorial March in Vancouver.
Landscapes of resistance to Canadian mining operations in Guatemala
Pride Parade
An Indigenous artist in front of the river, embraced by her daughter
Marie-Berthe, 102 years old, still feels beautiful and sexy
The Next Generation
Letting go, lessons from Chief Vern
State less Children
Points of View – National Human Rights Photography Exhibition
Pulse, 2016, Paul Patrick Charbonneau, Montréal, Quebec

In Montréal, I came across this tribute to the victims of Orlando’s Pulse nightclub shooting. Homophobia is a severe problem that seems to be spreading. Perhaps if we stay strong and support one another, we will be successful in overcoming hate.

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Montréal, Canada
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© Paul Patrick Charbonneau.
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Image Source: Digital Camera (High Resolution Image)
Date Taken: 06.2016
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Filed Under: Inclusion and Diversity
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Date Uploaded: Dec. 11, 2016, 10:27 a.m.
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PHOTO LOCATION Montréal, Canada