Best of Captis Photos 2015

Before passing into the new year, we take a moment to look back at the photos captured by the lenses of the Captis team in 2015. From Toronto to Kiev, tragedy to celebration and sunset to sunset, our photojournalists, Brendan Montgomery, Connor Evans and Jaclyn McRae-Sadik share with you their most memorable moments of the last 365 days. We look forward to sharing  the world with you in 2016. Happy New Year!

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Firefighters battle a house fire which claimed the life of an elderly woman in Ottawa’s south end. February 7, 2015. Captis Photos/Brendan Montgomery

The Sheepdogs play in the pouring rain during Ottawa’s Folk Fest. September 19, 2015. Captis Photos/Connor Evans

Three-year-old Jenna wears the Syrian flag as a dress while being carried by her father during the first Refugees Welcome rally in Ottawa on September 5, 2015. Captis Photos/ Jaclyn McRae-Sadik

Three-year-old Jenna wears the Syrian flag as a dress while being carried by her father during the first Refugees Welcome rally in Ottawa on September 5, 2015. Captis Photos/ Jaclyn McRae-Sadik

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Kathleen rides in the back of a car along the Dnieper River in Kiev, Ukraine. August 11, 2015. Captis Photos/Brendan Montgomery

The CN Tower on a foggy Toronto morning. May 11, 2015. Captis Photos/Connor Evans

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Then Prime Minister-Designate Justin Trudeau pauses for a moment before entering his car as he leaves the memorial ceremony for Warrant Officer Patrice Vincent and Cpl. Nathan Cirillo on October 22, 2015. Captis Photos/ Jaclyn McRae-Sadik

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The sun sets behind Hull, Quebec. October 2, 2015. Captis Photos/Brendan Montgomery

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Justin Trudeau waves to an enthusiastic crowed on the campaign trail leading up to the 2015 Federal Election in Orleans, Ottawa. September 21, 2015. Captis Photos/Connor Evans

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Little girl catches an inflatable globe at the march against climate change in Ottawa on November 29, 2015. Captis Photos/ Jaclyn McRae-Sadik

 

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