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Globe photographer Deborah Baic looks back at 2012

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Sam Vurton, 57, from Mississauga writes a message to Jack Layton on the wall at Nathan Phillips Square in Toronto August 22, 2012 on the one year anniversary of Layton's death.

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Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty asks for his glasses while visiting a grade three class at Pierre Elliott Trudeau elementary school in Toronto, Sept. 4, 2012 on the first day of school.

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Electro-Motive Canada employee's work boots hang on a fence at the picket line outside the subsidiary of Caterpillar in London on February 15, 2012. Caterpillar announced that it's closing the plant and moving the work to other sites in North and South America, leading to a lockout and then the loss of 700 jobs at the 62-year-old plant.

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Ninety-two year old Norman Lane, who competed for Canada in the 1948 London Summer Olympic games winning a bronze medal in the C-1 10,000 M canoeing event stands on the dock of the family cottage near Perth Road Village, north of Kingston, July 23, 2012.

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Office workers in downtown Toronto walk under an art installation of more than 200 inflatable bird-like sculptures uniquely designed to inflate and deflate with "breathing animation" to mimic flight patterns, transforming the lobbies of 13 office towers in the downtown core including this one at the Royal Bank Plaza in downtown Toronto on April 17, 2012.

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Mayor Rob Ford climbs a play structure and chats with a group of Summer Campers from the Wellesley Community Centre at the newly opened Underpass park in Toronto, August 02, 2012.

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Buildings are reflected in a puddle on the waterfront in Toronto, January 31, 2012.

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Progressive Conservative Party of Ontario leader Tim Hudak leaves a press conference at Toronto's City Hall in Toronto on October 16, 2012.

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Condominium buildings are reflected in another buildings window making an abstract design in Toronto on February 1, 2012.

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Kari Svenneby with Active Kids Club, swims with her daughter Maia, 7, at Kew Beach in Toronto on June 15, 2012.

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Electro-Motive Canada employees put up a graveyard of crosses and workers boots outside the subsidiary of Caterpillar in London on February 08, 2012. Caterpillar announced that it's closing the plant and moving the work to other sites in North and South America, leading to a lockout and then the loss of 700 jobs at the 62-year-old plant.

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Joseph Bryan (second from left), attends a vigil with his family for 14 year old Shyanne Charles who was killed during a block party in Toronto, June 17, 2012.

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Marcia and Paul Whitcomb sit with their four children in the trailer where the family lives, with their 3 Chihuahuas, one cat and 5 kittens in a small RV Camp in Williston North Dakota on October 22, 2012.The Whitcomb family travelled from Arkansas to Williston over a year ago as Paul came to the Bakken oil boom town looking for work. Finding affordable appropriate accommodation for his family has been impossible, leaving the family of six to live in the 33 foot trailer year round.

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The Encampment, a unique form of sculpture on a grand scale that vividly evokes the War of 1812's personal toll, that launches as part of Luminato at Fort York in Toronto June 7, 2012. This large-scale art installation from art duo Thomas+Guinevere, conceived as a "temporal village", The Luminato Encampment comprises 200 A-frame tents pitched on the grounds of Fort York. Each tent contains an installation by one of 100 artistic collaborators who have created a visual representation of an aspect of the war's civilian history, gleaned from real-life stories of family, love, loss, survival, patriotism, collaboration and betrayal.

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