Dr. Jordan Peterson, a Psychology professor at the University of Toronto, pictured in his office. Jordan has publicly refused to use gender-neutral pronouns, claiming that it's a matter of free speech. Toronto, Canada. For the Toronto Star.

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Kimberly Persona of "A Monstrous Child, A Gaga Musical," which explores the Lady Gaga phenomenon from a gay perspective, at her rehearsal location. Toronto, Canada. For the Toronto Star.

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Ian Drummond at Ian Drummond Collection & the Wear and Now in Toronto.  For the Toronto Star. 

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Gustav Johansson, a former furrier, at home in Tranås, Sweden.

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Ruth, an artist who works with wood, in her West Toronto studio. Toronto, Canada. 

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Jeff Turner, left and Daniel Clarkson, right of Potted Potter at the Pantages Hotel in Toronto, Canada. For the Toronto Star. 


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Zombie Boy Rick Genest at Distillery District in Toronto. For the Toronto Star.

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George DeRose wearing his traditional Regalia at the 13th Annual Double "M" Traditional Powwow in Moose Cree First Nation in Canada's James Bay Region. 

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Cameron Bailey, artistic director and co-head of the Toronto International Film Festival, at the TIFF Bell Lightbox in Toronto, Canada. For Wondereur and The Globe and Mail. 

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Canadian filmmaker, screenwriter and actor David Cronenberg pictured at the Four Seasons on the occasion of his first novel, Consumed, being published. Toronto, Canada. For the Toronto Star.

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Evangeline Lilly, pictured at the Shangri-La Hotel in Toronto. For the Toronto Star.

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Veronica Hampson, 17, left, and Nick Ullrich, 17, right, stand in High Park where a part of their film called Secret Beach was shot. The film is about a couple camping at the "Secret Beach" when Scout washes up on shore and becomes a de facto third wheel. It explores human nature; our need for comfort and our need to unleash our primal desires, and how our relationships play into those needs. Toronto, Canada. 

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Anne-Marie Ambert, a retired sociologist who runs condoinformation.ca, a resource for condo owners, and a key figure in the Condo Act review on the balcony of her condominium in North York, Canada. For the Toronto Star. 


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Farbod Mansorian, Ryerson University Mechanical Engineering graduate, and co-founder of PawCharge. Toronto, Canada. For Ryerson University.

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Kate Taeuschel, 17, on the rooftop of her home where a lot of her film called TUFF was shot. Kate's film is a five-minute visual representation of her last four years inspired in part by experimental video diaries. The film draws heavily on colourful special effects and deals with issues of the past, present and future and how it relates to maturity. Toronto, Canada.

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Fern Cooper, 65, was forced to undergo cataract surgery on her right eye without sedation at Oakville Trafalgar. Here she is pictured in her backyard a week later, her husband Jim behind her. Oakville, Canada. For the Toronto Star. 

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Dr. Pangillnan at his clinic in Thornhill, Canada. For the Toronto Star. 

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Owner Moe Shaikh stands behind the counter at Touch of Spice Restaurant. Mississauga, Canada. For the Toronto Star.

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Carol Nguyen, 18, stands in an area of M C Auto (named with the initials of her and her sister's names), which was used for holding props and pizza during the making of her film Façade. The film involves four individuals in four different rooms that were individually built, filmed in, and torn down. Façade is an experimental, highly aesthetic film, with painstaking attention to detail, involving music and singing but no dialogue. Toronto, Canada. 

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Kris Miller, owner of Frank Correnti Cigars. Toronto, Canada. For the Toronto Star. 

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Three restaurant workers in Cuba. 

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