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Photo of the Day: Dec. 8th

Kelp bed outside of Cowichn Bay, on Vancouver Island. For more photos from this adventure, visit the Whale Watching Set on Flickr!

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Photo of the Day: Dec 7th

The Canadian Paralympic Sledge Hockey Team warming up for the Bronze Medal game at the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games! For more images, please visit the Set on Flickr!

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Photo of the Day: December 6th

A mother-daughter Belly shot! For more photos from this shoot, please visit the set on Flickr.

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Photo of the Day: December 3rd

Portrait of a Boy Playing in the Fall Leaves (Duncan, BC) For more images from this shoot, please visit the Set on Flickr!

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Photo of the Day: December 2nd

Ubud Wanderings: Rice Harvest (Bali, Indonesia)

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Photo of the Day: December 1st

The Ucluelet Lighthouse

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Canadian Olympic Committee Receives Funding of $5M Annually for 5 Years!

(image source: Canadian Paralympic Committee) Ottawa, ON (October 22, 2010) – Today, the Canadian Paralympic Committee and several decorated Paralympians gratefully accepted the financial contribution of $5M annually over the next five years from the Minister of State for Sport, the Honourable Gary Lunn. The funding was announced during the ...

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IMC Vancouver 2010

Next week the International Marketing Conference will be in Vancouver from September 21-23. I have been offered a ticket to the 3 day event in exchange for photographing and blogging about it. The 10th anniversary of the conference will feature Managing Director of Garage Technology Ventures, Guy Kawasaki as the ...

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Paralympic Sports Day, September 18th

The Canadian Paralympic Committee Invites Canadians To Paralympic Sport Demonstrations During The First-Ever Sports Day In Canada September 15, 2010 (Ottawa) – September 18th marks the first-ever Sports Day in Canada and the Canadian Paralympic Committee and its members are proud to invite Canadians to experience first-hand various Paralympic sports ...

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Balinese Kecak Dance

Kecak is a form of Balinese music drama, originated in the 1930s and is performed primarily by men. Also known as the Ramayana Monkey Chant, the piece, performed by a circle of 100 or more performers wearing checked cloth around their waists, percussively chanting "cak" and throwing up their arms, ...

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