The Column

On Terrorism and Fundamentalism

By Brian Fawcett | 2001 October 12

Brian Fawcett takes a third run at understanding the aftermath of the World Trade Center attacks

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Who’s sitting in Starbucks?

By Brian Fawcett | 2001 October 4

Brian Fawcett offers a couple of terms to describe those people you see sitting in Starbucks

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September 11, Excrement, and Appropriate Reactions

By Daniel Gawthrop | 2001 October 1

Daniel Gawthrop explores why Thai people haven’t responded to America’s tragedy with candlelight vigils

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In the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack, part two

By Brian Fawcett | 2001 September 27

Brian Fawcett ponders the departure of sound sleep, and why he had the gift in the first place

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In the Aftermath of the World Trade Center Attack

By Brian Fawcett | 2001 September 23

Brian Fawcett tries to sort out the motives behind two Internet petitions

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A NOTE ON TRAUMA, NYC AND NORTH VANCOUVER STUDENTS

By Ryan Knighton | 2001 September 13

Ryan Knighton takes apart the media uses of "trauma" after September 12th.

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Losing Conrad Black

By Brian Fawcett | 2001 September 7

In this week’s Column, Brian Fawcett waves goodbye to Conrad Black

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Self-involved Jerks, or, Sleeping With the Elephants

By Wally Hourback | 2001 August 24

North Bay’s Wally Hourback asks some pertinent questions about the Royal Bank’s recent makeover

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Oh Pulleeeze…

By Brian Fawcett | 2001 August 16

Brian Fawcett has an irritable moment over the CBC’s casting of Colm Feore to play Pierre Trudeau in an upcoming television miniseries.

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RATTING ON TEACHER

By Wally Hourback | 2001 August 10

Wally Hourback has an unfashionable thought about a criminal trial going on in New York State, and some even more unfashionable comments about our education system

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