September 11
One Year Later
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  "My sadness became pure anger and strength, for I believe that the Creator tests everyone, and that this event is a test for us all." Ironworker Bill Sears, who helped build the World Trade Center, writes about watching his work destroyed and finding faith.

Read the story:
[The Ironworker]

 

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The shock, the solidarity and the struggle: The story told in pictures with excerpts from CBC discussion forums. A Flash slide show.

 

  View various other multimedia such as photos, and interactive maps of 9/11.  
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Fathers, daughters, mothers and sons: Canadians who died in the
September 11 attacks are remembered by their families on The National. A preview of a special tribute airing on CBC TV Wednesday.
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Watch Video:
[Lives Lost Runs 9:07]

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Residents of Shanksville, Pennsylvania remember those who died when UA flight 93 crashed in their small town one year ago. A Web One Flash Presentation.

Watch Flash Movie:
[Shanksville's Story]

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Actor, comic and writer Chas Lawther uses humour to explore the impact of the events of September 11 on friends and family. In this "Stand-up Documentary," taped in front of a live audience, Chas delves into topics such as our addiction to CNN, the need to visit Ground Zero, and the challenges in putting together a show about this tragic event. An ArtsCanada Flash 5 presentation.

Watch Flash Movie:
[So.. What's The Punchline?]

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Author Douglas Coupland talks about the cultural implications of September 11th with author David Beers and architect Arthur Erickson. A 120seconds.com Flash 5 presentation.

Watch Flash Movie:
[Dead Modern]

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For many of the survivors of the attacks, it has been a difficult year. On World Report, CBC Radio’s Greg Rasmussen has the story of some who are struggling to put September 11 behind them.
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[Moving Forward Runs 1:37]

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CBC Radio's Steve Puddicombe reports for the World at Six on families who want to know why communications failed during the attacks on the World Trade Center.
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[Unanswered Questions
Runs 1:48]


Read the story:
[Unanswered Questions]

       
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Many people are concerned about the overload of images from this week’s anniversary events. Academics say it's new in history that people wants to commemorate a mass murder so quickly. As CBC Radio’s Mimi Tompkins reports many are asking whether all this is too much too soon.
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[Memorial Overload
Runs 4:24]

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