• 2014 Spot News Photography Winner

    A heavily armed man, identified as Justin Bourque, walks on Hildegard Drive in Moncton after several shots were fired in the area on Wednesday June 4, 2014. Three police officers were killed and another two sustained non-life threatening injuries. Photo by Viktor Pivovarov/Moncton Times &Transcript (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2014 News Feature Photography Winner

    Police dog Danny sniffs the Stetson of his partner, slain Const. Dave Ross, one of three RCMP officers killed during a Moncton shooting spree, at a regimental funeral at the Moncton, N.B. Coliseum on Tuesday, June 10, 2014. Andrew Vaughan/The Canadian Press (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2014 Feature Photography Winner

    Four-year-old Jonathan Pitre, who suffers from Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) – a rare disease defined by severe blistering and shearing of the skin that leaves him in constant pain, stands by a heater to stay warm until his bandages are reapplied for another day in Ottawa on October 21, 2014. Photo by Julie Oliver / Ottawa Citizen (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2014 Sports Photography Winner

    Gael Monfils dives and tosses his racquet at a return by top-seeded Novak Djokovic during Rogers Cup tennis play in Toronto on Thursday August 7, 2014. Photo by Stan Behal/Toronto Sun (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2014 Editorial Cartoon Winner

    Bruce MacKinnon of the Halifax Chronicle Herald was cited for capturing the confluence of tragedy, history, place and time in his poignant cartoon of the National War Memorial reaching down to welcome Corporal Nathan Cirillo. His cartoon of Pauline Marois’s disastrous election campaign was a sharp stick in the eye of Quebec’s proposed Charter of Values. (Click photo to see full view)