photo essay

A photo of a storefront with signs reading "BARBER SHOP: TWO CHAIRS" and "HEBNER'S TAXI 526-2217". In front of the storefront are two men in conversation.

This new exhibit showcases six decades of quirky Canadian street photography 

Canadian photojournalist Ian MacEachern shoots iconic street scenes and eccentric characters

This librarian turned photographer takes stark, dazzling images of the Prairies

Sandra Herber braves treacherous winter weather to shoot the region’s iconic grain elevators and churches

These vintage photos celebrate Black communities in Canada through the decades

“There is an onus for us to document ourselves. I certainly wasn’t waiting for anyone to tell me about Black Kitchener-Waterloo—it was incumbent upon me to do so.”

A look inside the new Chinese Canadian Museum in Vancouver’s Chinatown

The grand opening exhibit traces the exclusion of Chinese communities across the nation

Polar bear hunts, pageants and other images from a new photo book about Atlantic Canada

After tragedy struck, photojournalist Darren Calabrese documented his return to the East Coast in a new book

The many times the Queen graced the cover of Maclean’s

Since the 1950s, Queen Elizabeth has been a regular fixture on the cover of Maclean’s. Here are 18 covers that reflect the Queen’s reign.

The Queen: 23 Canadian visits in 23 photos

Queen Elizabeth visited Canada more than 20 times over the decades. Here’s a photo album of her travels.

Queen Elizabeth and her family: a photo album

A look at Queen Elizabeth and her family through the years

Seven evacuation busses from Bucha arrive in Bilohorodka transporting around 200 displaced people. (Photograph by Philip Cheung)

Scenes from the war in Ukraine

When Russia invaded, Canadian photographer Philip Cheung travelled to Kyiv to capture the devastation

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

Prince Philip’s life in photos

A look at the late Duke of Edinburgh through the years

This photographer documented the cruel, perilous journey of migrants to America

Photojournalist John Moore captures the many facets of the U.S.-Mexico border—from violence to train-top rides to detention