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Mi'kmaq Woman kneels in prayer before line of riot police
Lawyers of the former President Duvalier
Kanienkehaka Elders Walter David Senior and Bob Skidders lead a march through Oka Quebec a year after the "Oka Crisis".
Afghan mine clearer
Former Mujahedeen, now mine clearer
Young, Wild and Free
Gone But Not Forgotten
Sacred Fire
In the North the weather is cold but the smiles are warm.
"Reconciliation"
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”
Kookum
Billboard of First Nation Inclusion and Acknowledgement
Drum dancing 13-year-old Allyson Gear stops a bus load of construction workers headed to the Muskrat Falls construction site.
An Indigenous artist in front of the river, embraced by her daughter
The Next Generation
Letting go, lessons from Chief Vern
Points of View – National Human Rights Photography Exhibition
Gone But Not Forgotten, 2016, Madelaine Toupin, Beausejour, Manitoba

In 1959, this home was abandoned when the Inuit village of Hebron, Newfoundland and Labrador, was forcibly relocated. After the Province declared the community unviable, all residents were forced to move to new and unfamiliar areas, resulting in poverty and starvation.

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Beausejour, Canada
Member since 2016
Finalist
Photo Information
Copyright:
© Madelaine Toupin.
All rights reserved.
Image Source: Digital Camera (High Resolution Image)
Date Taken: 08.2016
Total Views: 991
Filed Under: Reconciliation
Camera Information
Date Uploaded: Dec. 30, 2016, 2:21 p.m.
Camera Make:
Camera Model: Canon EOS REBEL T4i
Focal Length: 22mm
Shutter Speed: 1/125
Aperture: f11
ISO: ISO100
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