Skipper Tom McClure discards the innards of gutted fish back into the sea on board his fishing trawler Harvest Reaper off the coast of Newlyin, south west of England on Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017. Coastal towns in U.K. were some of the areas most in favour of leaving the EU in the 2016 referendum. According to the Executive Chairman of The National Federation of Fishermen’s Organizations Barrie Deas, EU vessels were fishing four times more than U.K. vessels. Fishermen felt they needed to ‘take control back’ of their waters. With pulling out of the EU, Britain will be terminating historic rights enjoyed by France, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and Netherlands that predates the U.K.’s own entry into the EU. (Annie Sakkab / for Bloomberg)

Novice steer rider Kade McDonald of Melville, Sask. poses for a portrait after his muddy ride at the Calgary Stampede. (Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald / Sun)

Firefighters, including Max Arcand, left, and Jordain Lamothe, right, take a brief break while conducting a controlled burn to help prevent the Finlay Creek wildfire from spreading near Peachland, B.C., on Thursday September 7, 2017. The wildfire season in British Columbia set records as the most destructive in the province’s recorded history. (Darryl Dyck / for The Canadian Press)

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Skipper Tom McClure discards the innards of gutted fish back into the sea on board his fishing trawler Harvest Reaper off the coast of Newlyin, south west of England on Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017. Coastal towns in U.K. were some of the areas most in favour of leaving the EU in the 2016 referendum. According to the Executive Chairman of The National Federation of Fishermen’s Organizations Barrie Deas, EU vessels were fishing four times more than U.K. vessels. Fishermen felt they needed to ‘take control back’ of their waters. With pulling out of the EU, Britain will be terminating historic rights enjoyed by France, Belgium, Germany, Ireland and Netherlands that predates the U.K.’s own entry into the EU. (Annie Sakkab / for Bloomberg)

Novice steer rider Kade McDonald of Melville, Sask. poses for a portrait after his muddy ride at the Calgary Stampede. (Leah Hennel / Calgary Herald / Sun)

Firefighters, including Max Arcand, left, and Jordain Lamothe, right, take a brief break while conducting a controlled burn to help prevent the Finlay Creek wildfire from spreading near Peachland, B.C., on Thursday September 7, 2017. The wildfire season in British Columbia set records as the most destructive in the province’s recorded history. (Darryl Dyck / for The Canadian Press)

Selected

News Photographers Association of Canada National Pictures of the Year Nominees

Gallery Hours

M–W: 9 am–6 pm; Th&F: 9 am–9 pm; Sa: 9 am–5 pm; Su: closed

The News Photographers Association of Canada (NPAC) celebrates and champions quality and ethical photography in journalism. Through a variety of efforts, the association challenges its members to better themselves and to continually raise the bar of industry standards.

NPAC hosts the annual National Pictures of the Year (NPOY) awards each spring. This event is the largest annual photo contest in Canada and it showcases the best work of its members. It also recognizes the Photojournalist of the Year, Photograph of the Year, and Student Photographer of the Year. The awards competition also serves to provide members with important peer review of their work as well as helps them to stay current with trends and techniques in photojournalism. This has become the largest photojournalism competition, for both still photography and multimedia, in the country.

The images in the exhibition represent the finalists for the NPOY. Winners will be announced at the NPOY Gala.

Supported by a London Drugs Printing Grant.

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