Max Fawcett is the former editor of the Chetwynd Echo, a weekly newspaper in the small northern town of Chetwynd, B.C. He currently lives in Edmonton, and works as the managing editor of Alberta Venture Magazine.

Too Little, Too Late?

By Max Fawcett / 2007 November 22
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Why our newfound commitment to
environmentalism isn't going to be enough to make a real difference.

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No Logos, No Fear: A Review of Naomi Klein’s “The Shock Doctrine”

By Max Fawcett / 2007 October 23
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Max Fawcett dissects Naomi Klein's latest best-seller.

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The Atheist Burden

By Max Fawcett / 2007 August 30
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Will the recent success of atheist literature lead to an increase in the number
of atheists?

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Unintended Consequences

By Max Fawcett / 2007 July 16
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Why the internet will save, rather than destroy,
the newspaper industry
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The Deceitful Documentarian

By Max Fawcett / 2007 June 27
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Max Fawcett explores Michael Moore's
problematic relationship with Canada.

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The Boy Who Always Cries Wolf

By Max Fawcett / 2007 May 30
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Max Fawcett discusses why one of Toronto's newest folk heroes needs to turn down
the rhetorical volume.

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Against Ludditism: Or, Why the Electronic Book is a Good Idea

By Max Fawcett / 2007 May 14
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Max
Fawcett discusses the future of the electronic book and the dangers inherent in
the literary establishment's approach to dealing with it.

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Memories of Labrusca

By Max Fawcett / 2007 February 12
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No, it's not another addition to the President's Choice line of
specialty sauces, but instead a probe into why Canada's domestic wine
industry isn't doing nearly as well as it should.

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In Praise of Older Highways

By Max Fawcett / 2007 January 29
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In the wake of another dusting of winter snow, Max Fawcett muses about an unlikely vacation destination.

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Not His Year

By Max Fawcett / 2007 January 23
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Max Fawcett reviews George Stroumboulopoulos's difficult 2006, but sees good things ahead for one of the CBC's best assets.

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