Back to the Present
So many people are afraid of it: forgetting what we’ve been and the ones we love. In the next 15 years, nearly a million Canadians will be affected by Alzheimer’s or related disorders. Many of these people will end up living excluded from society. What can we learn from spending more time with them?
Watchers on the Land
In 1998 a young soldier named Philip Cheung travelled to Nunavut to learn survival skills from the Canadian Rangers, a unique sub-component of the Army Reserve in the North. Nineteen years later, Cheung—now a seasoned combat photojournalist—returned to the Arctic to document the role of the Rangers in the contested and rapidly changing region.