Emily Haines, singer/songwriter and the lead vocalist in the indie band, Metric, is launching a solo album to coincide with the publication of a book of poetry written by her late father, Paul Haines. The book was printed at the unique Coach House Books on the UofT campus, where Emily has been photographed. Of the book and her father she says, "His sense of humour is alive in his poems...I can continue the conversation that ended when he died by reading his book."

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Singer-songwriter Dan Hill, photographed at home. 

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Dr. John Esmond at the Grand Park Medical Clinic in Mississauga has been Kerri Alderman's GP since 1999. Due to the lack of mental health professionals in the York and Peel regions, Alderman was unable to get in to see a psychiatrist to treat her depression until it was too late - she recently lost permanent custody of her kids. (Tory Zimmerman/Toronto Star)

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Steve Molitor

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David Gergen, American presidential advisor and CNN pundit. 

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Canadian singer-songwriter Martha Wainwright. 

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The Canadian National Institute for the Blind runs an Intensive Rehabilitation Therapy Course (IRTC) for individuals who have recently lost their sight. This class was a young teenagers and adolescent course, the youngest was 14, oldest 22. It is led by a woman named Sumreen Siddiqui, who herself is over 90% blind.

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Yvonne Felix lost the majority of her sight at age 16 due to a condition called Stargardts, in which the body ceases to produce the enzymes needed to clean the lens of the eye. Last July she gave birth to her first child, Noah. During the pregnancy she co

Yvonne Felix lost the majority of her sight at age 16 due to a condition called Stargardts,

Pictured here with her then newborn son, Noah, as she reads to him from a braille book of stories. 

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Harry Serjeant, Merchant Marine, from 1942-52. Colonel J.E.L Strieght Legion Hall Branch 210 in Toronto. 

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K.V. (Kam) Rathee is the President of the Canada-India Business Council by day, and an investigator by night. A trained lawyer with a background in insurance, he has helped Canada and the States crack many insurance fraud cases over the years.

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Edward Greenspan, Q.C., held a press conference today regarding the ongoing murder investigation of Domenic and Nancy Ianiero, who were killed while vacationing in Cancun, Mexico earlier this year.

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Garth Drabinsky (right) and Myron Gottlieb (just to his left, behind), once co-owners of the now defunct theatre production company, Livent Inc., leave the Court House at 361 University Ave. after the opening day of their fraud trial. They were represented by Eddie and Brian Greenspan.

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Virginia Yule is a breast cancer survivor, and has been cancer free for seven years. She is the President of the breast cancer support group, Willow, which provides counselling to employees and employers dealing with breast cancer in the workplace. Photographed at her home in Caledon, Ontario; to support letter she wrote to the Globe.

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Rachel Barbie Christine Duncan, photographed for the KW Record

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Dancers in class at the new National Ballet School on Jarvis. 

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Actor William H. Macy in Toronto for TIFF

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George Evans joined the Canadian Merchant Navy at the age of 12, forging his birth certificate so that he could board a ship even though he was underage. 

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Frank takes exception to the rule at an apartment on Maitland Street around noon today.

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Gary Megaffin has been using gardening aids such as pesticides and cosmetic chemicals to be keep his lawn green and free of pests for decades. He is opposed to the government's controversial pesticide ban that has recently been introduced.

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Keith Unrau is a homeless man who has lived on the streets of Kitchener for most of his life. This summer he was given the chance to live in an apartment building for two months, but when the 60 days were up he was back on the street. Photographed while walking with an outreach worker in an alley behind the Walper Hotel, King Street.

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Lighting hits the CN Tower as severe thunderstorms rip through southern Ontario late Wednesday night. From Queen's Quay at Harbourfront. (Tory Zimmerman/Toronto Star)

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