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.
While participating in a “guerilla gardening” exercise in downtown Toronto, Max Fawcett encounters some uncomfortable but familiar truths about Canada’s political left.Read More
The Tsunami in Southern Asia is a catastrophe writ large – dead children, destroyed towns, and carnage on an unthinkable scale. It has also spawned another, less immediate, catastrophe: a tidal wave of sentimental bullplop from the Canadian media. Max Fawcett tries to get to the bottom of the increasingly large pile.Read More
Yasser Araft’s death has raised hopes that a new peace can be brokered between Israel and the Palestinian people. Max Fawcett disagrees, but he has a roadmap of his own that he thinks would actually work. Strangely enough, it comes the pages of our own history here in Canada.Read More