Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery

Photographs from around the North

Photos from Around Northern Ontario

TheOneOnLine brings you photographs from around Northern Ontario. After all, a picture is worth a thousand words.

Thunder Bay

The facial expressions from these two guitarists says it all – to play the blues, you got to feel the blues. Photo Courtesy of Thunder Bay BluesFest Facebook.


The story behind the legend of this rock formation in Thunder Bay known as the Sleeping Giant originates with the Ojibway hero Nanabijou. Photo for Wikipedia Commons.


Kenora City Hall. Photo appears courtesy City of Kenora.


Kenora’s picturesque waterfront on Lake of the Woods features the round Clarion Lakeside Hotel. Photo appears courtesy of Trip Advisor.


Some cringe at the thought of winter, but not in Attawapiskat and other James Bay communities. Winter and the building of the 400 km winter road brings the freedom to roam. Frank Giorno for



Guess which team this Kashechewan resident cheers for? Frank Giorno for .



On old, disused railway building in Hornepayne has a series of murals on wooden planks covering broken windows, including this one of a church. Frank Giorno for .



Hearst is the home town of Claude Giroux, the captain of the Philadelphia Flyers of the NHL. Frank Giorno for


A mural on the side wall of the Hearst Public Library. Frank Giorno for



Fun at the Beauce Carnival in Kapuskasing, part of the annual Lumberjack Fest in July .Frank Giorno for .


The Tembec paper mill in Kapuskasing. Frank Giorno for .




Moonbeam south east of Kapuskasing is famous for its flying saucer, shown here with the aurora borealis in the background. Frank Giorno for .


The Cochrane Polar Bear Mascot wearing a tie that a town member put around his neck. Frank Giorno for


Henry the real polar bear gets fed at the Cochrane Polar Bear Habitat. Frank Giorno for



Timmins turned out for the partial solar eclipse in August. This person uses a welders face protector to protect his eyes  the harmful effects of the sun. Frank Giorno for .


Though the Kayak Festival is about kayaking, there is room to view exotic water sports like fly boarding. Frank Giorno for .


Mattagami First Nation

The annual Mattagami First Nation Pow Wow draws participants such as Regional Chief Isadore Day of the Chiefs of Ontario (right). Frank Giorno for .

Kirkland Lake

Sir Harry Oakes’ mansion is now a museum in Kirkland Lake. Oakes a wealthy mining executive in Kirkland Lake, moved to the Bahamas in the 1940s and was murdered there, a crime that has not been solved. Frank Giorno for .



The Firefighters Museum in Cobalt. Frank Giorno for .



Fishing at sunset, near Temagami. Frank Giorno for .


North Bay

North Bay’s Lake Nipissing at sunset. Frank Giorno for .




A poetry reading in Sudbury’s Salute Coffee Company. Frank Giorno for .


Marconi St. in Sudbury’s Little Italy, with the Vale Superstack in the background. Frank Giorno for .


Sault Ste. Marie


A bust of Canadian Astronaut Dr. Roberta Bondar, along the Sault Ste. Marie Waterfront. Frank Giorno for .


The Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge at sunset. Frank Giorno for .


If you have any photographs you would like to post on TheOneOnLine’s Photo Gallery, please send a photo in jpeg format of 2000 pixels to

Show More

Frank Giorno

Frank Giorno lives in Timmins, Ontario. He is a graduate of York University (Honors B.A Political Science) and Ryerson School of Journalism (B.A. Journalism). Frank has worked as a city hall reporter for the Brandon Sun; freelanced for the Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. He is the past editor of and the newsletter of the Association of Italian Canadian Writers. Frank has also worked as Research Director for the Canadian Environmental Law Association; Senior Communications Advisor on Water Quality Issues for the Ministry of the Environment; Public Affairs Associate for Region of Peel Public Works; and Media Relations Officer for Toronto Public Health. In Timmins, he served as the Communications Manager for Mushkegowuk Environmental Research Centre/Five Nations Energy Project on Energy Conservation. He freelanced for Frank is a published author of essays on the internment of Italian-Canadians during World War 2, “Internee 328: Camp Petawawa” co-written with James McCreath appears in “Beyond Barbed Wire” (Guernica Editions 2012). He has published four books of poetry, My Nation is a Train...Wreck (2017, Northern Voices Publications), MoPoPoMo (2016, Northern Voices Publications), “Elvis in America,” and “Arrivederci! Plastic Covered Couch ( 2006, 2008 Lyricalmyrical Press)”.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

Font Resize