Total matches for Canada: 10
Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip visit Parliament Hill in Ottawa for Canada Day celebrations, Thursday, July 1st, 2010. All photos © Christian Bobak. All rights reserved. Do not use without permission.Date: July 01, 2011 11:36
Canada Day celebrations at Woodbine Park, Monday, July 1, 2011, featuring Alannah Myles, Lighthouse, Brass Transit, Dan Hill and Andy Kim. All photographs © Christian Bobak. All rights reserved. Do not use without permission. Free to view, not to takeDate: August 03, 2011 15:07
Exposure Photo & Video Imaging Expo, October 12-14, 2012. All photographs © Christian Bobak. All rights reserved. Do not use without permission. Free to view, not to take.Date: November 14, 2012 14:18
Meme photos I created of Darwin, the IKEA Monkey.
Monkey in coat runs loose at Toronto Ikea parking lot
Monkey was wearing coat, diapers
News Posted: Dec 9, 2012 3:36 PM ET Last Updated: Dec 9, 2012 8:48
A monkey wearing a miniature shearling coat and diapers was
collected by animal services on Sunday afternoon, after shoppers
spotted the animal in the parking lot of a Toronto Ikea store.
The owners, who were shopping in the store at the time, have come
forward to claim the monkey, Toronto Police Sgt. Ed Dzingala told
Dzingala said that the animal was in a car in the parking lot and
it somehow let itself out of its crate. "It's a smart monkey," he
An Ikea spokesperson told CBC News that the monkey was first
spotted in the parking lot of the Ikea store located near Leslie
Street and Highway 401.
Staff at the store quickly contacted animal control, and the monkey
was kept confined until animal services arrived at around 3
Shopper Stephanie Yim said she believes she was the first person to
spot the escaped monkey.
After parking her car on the upper-level parking lot, she saw the
animal peeking out from behind another vehicle.
"It was the weirdest thing." she told CBC News. "I thought I was going insane."
Yim, along with other bystanders, began following the monkey as it
skittered across the parking lot.
She said that while the monkey didn't appear to be scared, it cried out at times.
"It would start 'monkey-screaming,'" Yim said. "It seemed like it
was screaming around for someone [it] knew. It was sad."
Shoppers eventually alerted Ikea staff, who then contacted animal
The Canadian Press reported that the monkey was eventually reunited
with its owners.
Monkeys are prohibited as pets in Toronto, according to the city's
Municipal Code. Sgt. Ed Dzingala said that police haven't laid any
charges or fines.
The incident prompted the creation of at least two parody accounts on Twitter.
Date: December 12, 2012 13:45
Photos from Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip's visit to Toronto, July 4 - 6, 2010. All photographs © Christian Bobak. All rights reserved. Do not use without permission.Date: December 28, 2010 17:37
Remembrance Day ceremonies at Old City Hall, Toronto, November 11, 2012. All photographs © Christian Bobak. All rights reserved. Do not use without permission. Free to view, not to take.Date: November 11, 2012 20:01