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Peter McCusker

Peter McCusker

Peter McCusker is a long-time Burlington resident and freelance photographer who uses his talents to capture events and share people's stories throughout the community. Peter graduated from the Sheridan College Journalism Program and his work has been featured in many publications, including the Guelph Mercury, the Toronto Star and the Oakville Journal Record, among others.

Recent Work by Peter

PHOTO GALLERY: Rummaging the goods at packed Appleby United sale

PHOTO GALLERY: Rummaging the goods at packed Appleby United sale

Sunshine helps crowds stay warm to cheer on Around the Bay runners

Sunshine helps crowds stay warm to cheer on Around the Bay runners

Best photographic images on display for all to see, enjoy

Best photographic images on display for all to see, enjoy

Joseph Brant Museum Easter activities get some grins

Joseph Brant Museum Easter activities get some grins

Legion welcomes crowds to St. Patrick's Day celebration

Legion welcomes crowds to St. Patrick's Day celebration

Locals bring in wares to hear just how valuable - or not - they are

Locals bring in wares to hear just how valuable - or not - they are

Alex Moshtagh of Treasure Antiques was at the Burlington Seniors' Centre Saturday to evaluate the goods
3,200 runners take to streets in Chilly Half Marathon

3,200 runners take to streets in Chilly Half Marathon

Over 3200 athletes took over Burlington Downtown streets Sunday morning for the 27th. annual Chilly Half Marathon run. 1.The race begins with 3200 runners heading north on Brant St. at City Hall. 2. Runners heading up Brant St. 3.
Creating ornate, colourful, detailed eggs: locals enjoy Pysanky

Creating ornate, colourful, detailed eggs: locals enjoy Pysanky

A workshop on the Ukrainian Easter egg specialty was held Saturday afternoon
Record number of participants come out for Coldest Night of Year walk

Record number of participants come out for Coldest Night of Year walk

Coldest Night of the Year walk to raise funds for the Open Doors program at St. Christopher's Anglican Church saw the largest-ever turnout
More than 750 hockey players battle for Oldtimers Hockey Club tourney title

More than 750 hockey players battle for Oldtimers Hockey Club tourney title

Burlington Oldtimers Hockey Club Tournament at Mainway raises funds for The Carpenter Hospice
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