Normally bustling with activity, things at Montreal’s Marché Jean-Talon have looked a little different since COVID-19 took over our lives a year ago. For three vendors working there, the future is always uncertain. But adaptation and positivity have allowed them to keep their stands and stores open despite the challenges of the pandemic.

Over the last few months, Carleton journalism students have been documenting their lives and their communities though images and through the lens of COVID-19. 

This project was produced in a photojournalism class taught by Associate Professor and photographer, Kanina Holmes and self-published by the author.