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    2014 Winners

    Features

    153 Entries – Sponsored by The Winnipeg Free Press
    1. Peter Power / Independent – Innu Swing
    2. Marta Iwanek / Toronto Star – Boys Playing
    3. Johnathan Hayward / The Canadian Press – Chris Hadfield Airplane
    HM. Andy Clark / Independent – Rainblossom Project
    HM. Andrew Vaughan / The Canadian Press – Trudeau Punch

    General News

    122 Entries – Sponsored by CNW Group
    1. Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press – Kathy Cirillo at funeral
    2. Mark Blinch / Reuters – RCMP Pallbearers
    3. Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press – Cirillo Tribute on Overpass
    HM. Mark Blinch / Reuters – Mayor Ford Arrival
    HM. Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press – Dr. Qamar Funeral

    Spot News

    36 Entries – Sponsored by The Camera Store
    1. Wayne Cuddington / Ottawa Citizen – Fallen Soldier
    2. Jenna Hauck / Chilliwack Progress – MVA
    3. John Lehmann / The Globe and Mail – Pipeline Protest
    HM. Cole Burston / The Globe and Mail – Running Cop
    HM. Jennifer Gauthier / Metro – Oppenheimer Park

    Pictorial

    137 Entries – Sponsored by Canon
    1. Daniel Hayduk / AFP – Construction Worker
    2. Darren Calabrese / National Post – Steam Grate
    3. Joe Bryksa / Winnipeg Free Press – Winter Tree
    HM. Darryl Dyck / The Canadian Press – Fog and Boat
    HM. Sean Kilpatrick / The Canadian Press – West Block Tower

    Portrait/Personality

    172 Entries – Sponsored by Beau Photo
    1. Michelle Siu / Independent – Bernadette Bainbridge
    2. Wendell Phillips / Independent – Debbie, 49
    3. Michelle Siu / Independent – Farmer Charles Bradley
    HM. Michelle Siu / Independent – Smoking Boy
    HM. Michelle Siu / Independent – Teenage Parents

    Social Issues

    72 Entries – Sponsored by ONA
    1. Tim Smith / Brandon Sun – Cheryl Mauthe PreOp
    2. Kevin Van Paassen / The Globe and Mail – Kim Teske
    3. Michelle Siu / Independent – Teen Mom
    HM. Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press – Coffin Hug
    HM. Chris Young / The Canadian Press – Homeless Palliative Care

    Sports Action

    100 Entries – Sponsored by Nikon
    1. Mark Blinch / Reuters – Sweden Goal
    2. Larry Wong / Edmonton Journal – Lacrosse Leap
    3. Mathieu Belanger / Reuters – Syncronized Swimmer
    HM. Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press – Tennis Leap
    HM. Jean Levac / Ottawa Citizen – Toews Wrap Around

    Sports Features

    99 Entries – Sponsored by Reuters
    1. Vaughn Ridley / Getty Images – Hockey Tutus
    2. Wayne Cuddington / Ottawa Citizen – Team Photo
    3. Derek Ruttan / London Free Press / QMI Agency – Hockey Popeye
    HM. Bernard Brault / LaPresse – Goalie and Bat
    HM. Ed Kaiser / Edmonton Journal – Snowboard Cross Jubilation

    Picture Story

    47 Entries – Sponsored by Leica
    1. Michelle Siu / Independent – Farmer Charles Bradley, 94


    2. Tim Smith / Brandon Sun – Cancer Patient Cheryl Mauthe


    3. Tyler Anderson / National Post – Trapper William Tozer


    HM. Michelle Siu / Independent – Guatemalan Teen Moms


    HM. Kevin Van Paassen / The Globe and Mail – Kim Teske’s Choice

    Single Multimedia

     

    23 Entries – Sponsored by Sony
    1. 104-Year-Old Swimmer – Melissa Tait / Winnipeg Free Press
    2. Most Of Us – Guillaume Nolet / Independent
    3. Hearts of Feather – Annie Sakkab / Independent
    HM. Chiara – Marta Iwanek / Toronto Star
    HM. To Be A Boy – Annie Sakkab / Independent

    View the winning multimedia.

    Team Multimedia

    23 Entries – Sponsored by Vistek
    1. The San Diego Highway Man – Brent Foster, Tammy Foster, Gerald Mabee / Foster Visuals
    2. The Black Nightmare – Ryan Jackson,Sam Brooks, Otiena Ellwand, Cailyn Klingbeil, Topher Sequin / Edmonton Journal
    3. Digging for Dinosaurs – Todd Korol, Melissa Renwick / Toronto Star
    HM. The Beacon of Hope – Carla Antonio, Amanda Cheung, Dillan Cools, Maggie Naylor, Thomas Surian / Loyalist College Photojournalism 2nd Year
    HM. Laughter from Pain – Jimmy Jeong, Tiffany Brown Olson / USA Today

    View the winning multimedia.

    2014 Eastern Clips Contest

    Sponsored by Loyalist College
    Winner: Mark Blinch / Reuters

    2014 Western Clips Contest

    Sponsored by Epson Canada
    Winner: Darryl Dyck / The Canadian Press

    Student Photographer of the Year

    Sponsored by SAIT
    Winner: Annie Sakkab / Loyalist College

    Ninety six percent of chronic illnesses are invisible. People with Multiple Sclerosis suffer from various symptoms like vision loss, weak limbs and fatigue. Dianne Douglas, 44, was diagnosed in 2006 and is now living with Primary Progressive MS. Her debilitating disease makes everyday activities like eating or walking a struggle and these resulting symptoms are not always seen. This is the story of Dianne whose fight goes past the physical struggle for normality into the realm of her insecurities in the shadows of a veiled disability.

    Photojournalist of the Year

    Sponsored by The Canadian Press
    Winner: Nathan Denette / The Canadian Press

    Photograph of the Year

    Sponsored by The Globe and Mail
    Winner: Michelle Siu / Independent – Personality / Portrait : Bernadette Bainbridge