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 This week the Toronto Star photography department showcases a selection of its best work.


Nathan Thurien, 5, has his head shaved during a ceremony at Mahadhammika Buddhist Temple on July 11, 2009. (Michael Stuparyk/Toronto Star)


Justin Grant, left, tries out a cardboard trumped he made on camp counsellor Justin Lintern at Camp Oochigeas at SickKids on February 25, 2009. (Carlos Osorio/Toronto Star)


Serena, 10, swims during a lesson at Malvern Collegiate on July 8, 2009. (Richard Lautens/Toronto Star)


Kathryn Bertelsen, of Pickering, holds son Sebastian on May 4, 2009, for only the third time since his early appearance. Sebastian was born April 10, more than 3 months early. He weighed 1lb 14 ounces at birth and now is 2 lbs 7 ounces. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Cousin Thamara Balasuntharam, 3 wipes the tears from Rasiah Indrakanthan, who is the father of 19-year-old Annushath Indrakanthan who was killed outside a Daisy Mart as his other son Nevi Indrakanthan, 16 tries to console his dad on July 21, 2009. (Pawel Dwulit/Toronto Star)


Argonauts linebacker Willie Pile plays with his 16 month old son Jaylen after a team practice on August 12, 2009. (Richard Lautens/Toronto Star)


Bordanaro students, including Shabaz 9 (in doorway), prepare to head out for recess from portable 13 at Thorncliffe Park Public School in Toronto on November 24, 2009. (Richard Lautens/Toronto Star)


He might have been on the injured list, but Obed Cetoute managed to snag a freezie snack from Michelle McKay, a counsellor for a soccer camp run by the City of Mississauga on July 22, 2009. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Cristofer Micelli, 9, wanted to get closer to the practice to watch Toronto Argonauts at St. Marcellenius Catholic SS in Mississauga on July 22, 2009. But Micelli was accidently run over by Argonaut Reggie McNeal and shaken up. McNeal made sure he was OK before heading back on the field. Looking on is Lucas Ciardullo, 8, who came to practice with Cristofer and his dad.  (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Much loved National Ballet of Canada prima ballerina Chan Hon Goh gets some help collecting flowers on stage from son Aveary Goh, 3, during her final curtain call after a 20-year career on January 18, 2009. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


A boy wears a hat during President Obama's inauguration on January 18, 2009 in Washington DC. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Pitcher Shane Murli, with his foot propped up after suffering an injury sits dejected in front of his PIckering teammates following defeat in the Prentice Cup High school baseball championship on June 1, 2009. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Kids like Justin Baker, 10, are getting help from the the Max and Beatrice Wolfe Centre for Children's Palliative Care and Grief, where counsellors encourage parents to talk openly with their children about death and dying. October 30, 2009. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Three young boys embark on a game of splash while taking an afternoon dip in a canal in front of their homes in Kerala, India on November 21, 2008. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


Sarka Pancochova, of Cze, flies thru the air during women's halfpipe qualification for Saturday's final at Cypress mountain near Vancouver, B.C. on February 13, 2009. (Rick Madonik/Toronto Star)


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