Lluc Cerda for Osgoode Professional Development, York University
       
     
 Marina is a sea lion trainer from California, living in Dubai, 2019.
       
     
 Badansing Sumietra, runs a neighbourhood corner shop on a local street in Agra, India, where his customers can buy fresh chai, tobacco and small snacks. He is one of about 50 percent of Indian workers who are self employed. For the Globe and Mail.
       
     
 Tim Maguire for Osgoode Professional Development, York University
       
     
 Viktorija, a model from Lithuania, on Phi Phi Island 2016
       
     
 Tomupei Ngondo for Osgoode Professional Development, York University
       
     
 Realtor Sharon Soltanian for The Globe and Mail
       
     
 Portrait of Elly Cortez from Show and Tell Coffee. Jessica Lee for The Globe and Mail
       
     
 Irene Paterson holds up a photograph of her son Roger Wong who died in June 2017 of a fentanyl overdose in a downtown Toronto parking lot. For The Globe and Mail
       
     
 Former Toronto Police Detective Kerry Watkins 2019, photographed for York University.
       
     
 Realtor Sharon Soltanian for The Globe and Mail
       
     
 Erin Edwards, 31, and her daughter Weaver, 2, go for a walk in the park near their home in Pickering, Ont. on February 3, 2019. They go for a walk almost every day as they want to raise her children to appreciate nature. Jessica Lee/The Globe and Mail
       
     
 Kevin in Antwerp, 2017
       
     
 Cole Torode of Rosso Coffee Roasters, 2018 and 2019 Canadian National Barista Champion. Jessica Lee for the Globe and Mail
       
     
 Olivier on rue St. Urbain, Montreal, 2015
       
     
 Thiago, a former model from Brazil, photographed in Phi Phi Island, 2016
       
     
 Kevin in Antwerp 2017
       
     
 Girl on a train from Rambukkana, Sri Lanka to Kandy. 2019
       
     
 A caretaker at the mostly empty Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was bombed in several places two weeks before this photo was taken. Many visitors cancelled their trips, fearing for their safety. Visitor arrival dropped 80 percent after the attacks, affecting locals relying on tourist income, which is about 4.9 percent of the GDP.
       
     
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 Pien from the Netherlands has been travelling for two months around Sri Lanka. 2019
       
     
 Lluc Cerda for Osgoode Professional Development, York University
       
     

Lluc Cerda for Osgoode Professional Development, York University

 Marina is a sea lion trainer from California, living in Dubai, 2019.
       
     

Marina is a sea lion trainer from California, living in Dubai, 2019.

 Badansing Sumietra, runs a neighbourhood corner shop on a local street in Agra, India, where his customers can buy fresh chai, tobacco and small snacks. He is one of about 50 percent of Indian workers who are self employed. For the Globe and Mail.
       
     

Badansing Sumietra, runs a neighbourhood corner shop on a local street in Agra, India, where his customers can buy fresh chai, tobacco and small snacks. He is one of about 50 percent of Indian workers who are self employed. For the Globe and Mail.

 Tim Maguire for Osgoode Professional Development, York University
       
     

Tim Maguire for Osgoode Professional Development, York University

 Viktorija, a model from Lithuania, on Phi Phi Island 2016
       
     

Viktorija, a model from Lithuania, on Phi Phi Island 2016

 Tomupei Ngondo for Osgoode Professional Development, York University
       
     

Tomupei Ngondo for Osgoode Professional Development, York University

 Realtor Sharon Soltanian for The Globe and Mail
       
     

Realtor Sharon Soltanian for The Globe and Mail

 Portrait of Elly Cortez from Show and Tell Coffee. Jessica Lee for The Globe and Mail
       
     

Portrait of Elly Cortez from Show and Tell Coffee. Jessica Lee for The Globe and Mail

 Irene Paterson holds up a photograph of her son Roger Wong who died in June 2017 of a fentanyl overdose in a downtown Toronto parking lot. For The Globe and Mail
       
     

Irene Paterson holds up a photograph of her son Roger Wong who died in June 2017 of a fentanyl overdose in a downtown Toronto parking lot. For The Globe and Mail

 Former Toronto Police Detective Kerry Watkins 2019, photographed for York University.
       
     

Former Toronto Police Detective Kerry Watkins 2019, photographed for York University.

 Realtor Sharon Soltanian for The Globe and Mail
       
     

Realtor Sharon Soltanian for The Globe and Mail

 Erin Edwards, 31, and her daughter Weaver, 2, go for a walk in the park near their home in Pickering, Ont. on February 3, 2019. They go for a walk almost every day as they want to raise her children to appreciate nature. Jessica Lee/The Globe and Mail
       
     

Erin Edwards, 31, and her daughter Weaver, 2, go for a walk in the park near their home in Pickering, Ont. on February 3, 2019. They go for a walk almost every day as they want to raise her children to appreciate nature. Jessica Lee/The Globe and Mail

 Kevin in Antwerp, 2017
       
     

Kevin in Antwerp, 2017

 Cole Torode of Rosso Coffee Roasters, 2018 and 2019 Canadian National Barista Champion. Jessica Lee for the Globe and Mail
       
     

Cole Torode of Rosso Coffee Roasters, 2018 and 2019 Canadian National Barista Champion. Jessica Lee for the Globe and Mail

 Olivier on rue St. Urbain, Montreal, 2015
       
     

Olivier on rue St. Urbain, Montreal, 2015

 Thiago, a former model from Brazil, photographed in Phi Phi Island, 2016
       
     

Thiago, a former model from Brazil, photographed in Phi Phi Island, 2016

 Kevin in Antwerp 2017
       
     

Kevin in Antwerp 2017

 Girl on a train from Rambukkana, Sri Lanka to Kandy. 2019
       
     

Girl on a train from Rambukkana, Sri Lanka to Kandy. 2019

 A caretaker at the mostly empty Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was bombed in several places two weeks before this photo was taken. Many visitors cancelled their trips, fearing for their safety. Visitor arrival dropped 80 percent after the attacks, affecting locals relying on tourist income, which is about 4.9 percent of the GDP.
       
     

A caretaker at the mostly empty Gangaramaya Temple in Colombo, Sri Lanka. Sri Lanka was bombed in several places two weeks before this photo was taken. Many visitors cancelled their trips, fearing for their safety. Visitor arrival dropped 80 percent after the attacks, affecting locals relying on tourist income, which is about 4.9 percent of the GDP.

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 Pien from the Netherlands has been travelling for two months around Sri Lanka. 2019
       
     

Pien from the Netherlands has been travelling for two months around Sri Lanka. 2019