A Couple of Days at Surf Lodge

July 26, 2006 by  
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Brian Fawcett files a fond report about one of B.C.'s gulf Islands, which has a wealth of conventional virtues, and one that most people wouldn't think is a virtue at all.

Global Village Despatch

April 7, 2005 by  
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Brian Fawcett finds the “real” Global Village at work in a small B.C. town

Kee Tseel: Living Silence

October 19, 2004 by  
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Margaret Randall travels to a place of "living silence."

Rideau Hall

October 18, 2004 by  
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Brian Fawcett stays overnight at the residence of Canada’s Governor General, and is very surprised by what heĀ finds

Angkor Wat

October 16, 2004 by  
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Where the middle of nowhere turns out to be the centre of everywhere. Tales of a timid time traveller.

Tinseltown, Vancouver, B.C.

August 31, 2004 by  
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Brian Fawcett, with some help from Trevor Boddy, offers a view of Vancouver’s most cynically concieved retail platform

Some Small Town Motels and Hotels in the British Columbia Interior

August 20, 2003 by  
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Brian Fawcett does some motels and hotels in the British Columbia interior

Salty Prices

August 11, 2003 by  
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Ryan Knighton visits the salt mines near Krakow, Poland, and finds them, er, translated…

A Non-Fiction Writer’s Holiday

July 23, 2003 by  
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Myrna Kostash tries to have a throught-free holiday in Europe, and fails miserably–and interestingly.

So Far, So Good (8)

February 28, 2003 by  
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John Harris records a tour guide’s speech to his passengers

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