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Canadian Magazine Photo Life Has Shipped its Final Issue

Popular Canadian photography publication Photo Life has announced that the March 2021 issue will be its last. In a letter to readers on its website, the Photo Life team says that while it has weathered many of the storms the industry has faced, the pandemic was one it could not overcome.

US Filmmaker Arrested While Documenting Pipeline Protest in Canada

US documentary filmmaker Melissa Cox had a run-in with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) this week while trying to document an indigenous protest in British Columbia. Despite the fact that she is a member of the press, the RCMP chose to arrest Cox, allegedly using "undue force" and tampering with her camera equipment in the aftermath.

Which Photojournalist Helped Design That $850 Jacket? An Examination

Photo Twitter collectively chuckled at the announced availability of Canada Goose’s Photojournalist Jacket. With editorial day rates hovering below $300/assignment, actual photojournalists were unlikely to be purchasing such a luxury item – even if it was inexpensive by Canada Goose standards.

This Airport Made Fence Holes for Planespotting Photographers

There's a large community of planespotting photographers around the world who camp out at airports to photograph airplanes arriving and departing. A major airport in Canada has decided to serve its local photographers by creating dedicated holes in its fences for camera lenses to poke through.