A photograph of William Kyle's Dakota C-47 aircraft that crashed on 21 June 1945. (Photograph by Shelby Lisk)

How an RCAF airman’s watch solved a 50-year mystery

The discovery of F.O. William Joseph Kyle’s watch led Veterans Affairs Canada—and his family—to where his plane went down during the Second World War

A cave-diving photographer on ‘swimming though the veins of the Earth’

Underwater cave photographer Jill Heinerth boldly swims where no one has swum before

Streicker in Marsh Lake; the Yukon minister went all in on warning people about high water levels (Photograph by Cathie Archbould)

John Streicker on rapid snowmelt and why he got into it up to his neck

Streicker, climate scientist and the Yukon’s minister of energy, mines and resources, went neck-deep into freezing waters to show rising water levels.

Bugs are people, too

Common insects get the close-up treatment, revealing more depth than may be expected

Two Jack Lake, Alberta (Paul Zizka)

This Alberta photographer captures ‘wild skaters’ against breathtaking backdrops

These skaters await the perfect confluence of conditions, like surfers seeking the ultimate wave. Paul Zizka’s photos lay bare the ethereal magic of skating on Alberta’s lakes, surrounded by nature.

Juanita Kwarting, 37 Toronto. (Photograph by Lucy Lu)

Why I’m spending the holidays alone

Five Canadians on the decision to self-isolate over the holidays—and what they’re doing to cope

US President Donald Trump tours an area affected by civil unrest in Kenosha, Wisconsin on September 1, 2020. - Trump said Tuesday on a visit to protest-hit Kenosha, Wisconsin that recent anti-police demonstrations in the city were acts of "domestic terror" committed by violent mobs. "These are not acts of peaceful protest but really domestic terror," Trump said, describing multiple nights of angry demonstrations last week after a white police officer in Kenosha shot a black man in the back at close range. (Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images)

Trump’s ‘absurd manipulation of reality’ in Kenosha

Image of the Week: The owner of a wrecked shop refused to take part in Trump’s photo-op as the president used the riots to further inflame divisions rather than heal. Team Trump just found someone else to do the job.

Identical twins Maigan van der Giessen (right) and Lana Gilday in Edmonton on June 19, 2020 (Photograph by Amber Bracken)

When we’re allowed to hug again

Most of us have maintained the distance in service of saving others from COVID-19, depriving ourselves for months from the physical acts of love. These photos capture the emotional moments of reunion.

Protests across the U.S. began in May and continued into June: a protester in Los Angeles on May 27 (Jason Armond /Los Angeles Times/Getty Images)

Tear gas, outrage, solidarity: Scenes from the protests against racism across the U.S.

Photographers on the ground during protests and riots across the U.S. capture images of pain, resilience and the aftermath of police brutality

Still from cellphone video shows Ahmaud Arbery jogging moments before he was shot to death. (Shaun King/Facebook)Still from cellphone video shows Ahmaud Arbery jogging moments before he was murdered. (Shaun King/Facebook)

Ahmaud Arbery’s alleged killers ran free for months. Then someone leaked a video.

Image of the Week: Two men were arrested this week for Arbery’s killing. It’s a lone bright spot in one family’s pursuit of justice after a senseless death in Georgia.

The USNS Comfort medical ship moves up the Hudson River as it arrives on March 30, 2020 in New York as seen from Weehawken, New Jersey. - A military hospital ship arrived in New York Monday as America's coronavirus epicenter prepares to fight the peak of the pandemic that has killed over 2,500 people across the US. The navy's 1,000-bed USNS Comfort entered a Manhattan pier around 10:45 am (1545 GMT). It will treat non-virus-related patients, helping to ease the burden of hospitals overwhelmed by the crisis. (Angela Weiss/AFP/Getty Images)

The U.S. Navy gives comfort—in the form of a hospital ship—to an ailing New York City

Image of the Week: As the largest city in the U.S. battles a coronavirus outbreak that’s stretching hospitals beyond their limits, USNS Comfort offers hope for those who are sick for other reasons—and feeling forgotten in the crisis

The coronavirus knows no borders. Just ask Sophie Grégoire Trudeau.

Image of the Week: Trump’s Europe travel ban exempted the U.K., but the experience of PM’s wife—who came home from London and tested positive for COVID-19—challenges the president’s logic.