• 2012 Spot News Photography Winner

    Commuters watch a dramatic rescue attempt as Barrie police struggle to hold on to a man dangling from the Dunlop Street West overpass, over the northbound lanes of Highway 400 in Barrie, Ontario on Thursday March 22, 2012. Moments later the man did fall and was taken to hospital for assessment. Photo by Mark Wanzel / The Barrie Examiner/QMI (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2012 News Feature Photography Winner

    A staff member dozes off behind a black curtain as Toronto mayor Rob Ford speaks during a Toronto Real Estate Board luncheon in Toronto, Ontario on June 1, 2012. Photo by Tyler Anderson / National Post (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2012 Sports Photography Winner

    Canadian women soccer team member Christine Sinclair celebrates a 1 – 0 victory over France in the bronze medal match in City of Coventry Stadium at the London Olympics, August 9, 2012. Photo by Ed Kaiser / Edmonton Journal/Postmedia (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2012 Feature Photography Winner

    Basia Hoffman holds on tightly to Kensington Hospice Social Worker Maxxine Rattner (left) during a visit with her mother, Andree Hoffman, a resident at the privately run Kensington Hospice in Toronto February 8, 2012. Andree Hoffman passed away later that night, only hours after this image was taken. While governments struggle to reduce healthcare costs there is much debate over privately run hospice care. Peter Power/The Globe and Mail (Click photo to see full view)

  • 2012 Editorial Cartoon Winner

    Serge Chapleau of La Presse in Montreal has won this award seven times. Among his cartoons this year: Conrad Black is fast-tracked and welcomed back to Canada while Omar Khadr can only look on. Chapleau has won this award seven times. (Click photo to see full view)