The Explorer: 19th-Century Quebec In Photos

Alexander Henderson spent decades photographing the province’s dazzling landscapes and burgeoning cities. And his work was almost lost forever.

Masks, mops and “ugly sticks”—a look at Newfoundland’s tradition of mummering

Photographer Adam Coish grew up mummering in Labrador City. For most Canadians, his shots offer a window into another world.

This photographer turned an RV into a 19th-century-inspired mobile darkroom

“My photos will last for at least 200 years,” says photographer Bill Hao, “but will the beauty in the photos still be there?”

See the best wildlife photos of the year before they arrive at the ROM

A showcase of the best works from the 58th annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year awards arrives at the Royal Ontario Museum this weekend

Artist Judy Chicago brings the smoke to Toronto Biennial of Art

Acclaimed artist Judy Chicago is presenting her famous “smoke sculptures” north of the border for the first time

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

Bugs are people, too

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

Frederick Varley (Courtesy of Jon Sasaki/McMichael Canadian Art Collection)

Take a look at these mesmerizing landscapes from the Group of Seven—made of bacteria

A suite of photos by artist Jon Sasaki reveals the microscopic lives on the palettes of some of Canada’s most iconic painters

This American claims to have taken the highest-resolution photo of a snowflake ever

Acclaimed Canadian snowflake photographer Don Komarechka decided to take him to task

The Saskatchewan photo lab that unearths secrets of the past

Inside an old bank building in Indian Head, Sask., a half-dozen full-time staff spend their days ‘basically opening up time capsules’ developing long-expired film

‘That’s my auntie’: A new book reframes photos from Indigenous communities

When Paul Seesequasis started posting archival images on social media to shine a light on the resilience of Indigenous communities, thousands of people responded