Ryan Taplin 2016 PHOTOS

Above photo: Saint Mary’s Huskies receiver Tristen Giusto is stopped just short of the end zone as time expires as the Huskies fall 10-3 to the Acadia Axemen on Oct. 29. Acadia advanced to the AUS semifinal while the Huskies season was over.

Top: Cuba’s Roger Iribarne celebrates his victory in the men’s 110M hurdles at the Aileen Meagher International Track Classic on June 22. Bottom left: Sara Coffin, co-artistic director at Mocean Dance, leads a free dance class at the Halifax Central Library on April 6. Bottom right: Leah Pritchard, Andrea Norwood and Ryanne Chisholm perform a scene from DMV Theatre’s The Drowning Girls at the Neptune Studio Theatre on April 19.
Top: Carvel Clayton is rushed from the courtroom at Halifax provincial court after he was attacked following a court appearance on Nov. 14. Clayton is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Shakur Jefferies. Bottom left: Kim and Brianne Washburn cross the finish line together at the Blue Nose half-marathon on May 22. Bottom right: Leading Seaman Kelly Perron hugs his wife Elysbeth Major and daughter Emila before leaving aboard HMCS Charlottetown on June 27. HMCS Charlottetown replaced HMCS Fredericton as the designated forward deployed ship of the Royal Canadian Navy.
Halifax Mooseheads defenceman Cooper Jones celebrates his third-period goal along with his teammates and the Scotiabank Centre crowd on Oct. 7. Jones’ goal ended up being the game winner as the Moose edged the Rimouski Oceanic 6-5.
Top: The Colombian tall ship ARC Gloria arrives in Halifax Harbour on July 18. The three-masted barque was in town for three days and was open for public tours. Bottom left: A honeybee lands on clover during a slow news day on August 1. Bottom right: Cyclists breeze by Halifax Common during the annual Naked Bike Ride on July 3.
Nicholas Scott, captain of the Lockview High School hockey team, poses for a photo in his Fall River backyard on Dec. 16. Hockey Nova Scotia is starting up a new league for high school players who haven’t been able to play hockey because of the Nova Scotia Teachers Union’s work-to-rule job action.
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Fred Blois, a member of Gary Burrill's campaign team, celebrates after Burrill was named leader of the Nova Scotia NDP on Feb. 27.
Gord Downie performs at the Rebecca Cohn during his Secret Path concert on Nov. 29. Downie’s Secret Path album tells the story of 12-year-old Chanie Wenjack who died fleeing a residential school in Ontario in 1966.

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