9-11: 10 Years Later

9-11: 10 Years Later

A decade after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in the United States, we're looking back at the events of that day, the immediate aftermath and the long-term effects.

The articles for this special report include local, national and international stories. They have been provided by The Telegram, our colleagues at Transcontinental Media and reporters with The Canadian Press.

More will be added in the week leading up to the 10th anniversary.

Please spend some time, then share your own memories of 9-11.

Abigail Carter and kids Olivia Dack and Carter Dack visit the 9-11 Memorial in Ottawa, in September 2003, in this family handout photo. — Photo by The Canadian Press

9-11 and its dark age

September 09, 2011 - 8 h 14

Gwynne Dyer must be mightily miffed.

The London-based Newfoundlander, commentator, filmmaker and author has spent the last 10 years arguing that the threat of terrorism to the West is overblown...

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The post-9-11 border debate

September 08, 2011 - 18 h 52

OTTAWA — Hamoud can no longer travel to the United States, and the middle-aged Calgary businessman says he doesn’t know why.

He’s one of many Canadians who now think twice before they...

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Jerseyside native watched Twin Towers fall

September 08, 2011 - 8 h 33

Jerseyside native Thomas Belbin watched the 9-11 tragedy unfold, and with each horror, thought the worst was over.

But it wasn’t.

“When the first plane went in, you think, ‘Well this...

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Remembering 9-11

September 10, 2011 - 0 h 00
A collection of photos from Sept. 11, 2001 and its aftermath. Take a look, read some of our stories in our Special Report "9-11: Ten Years Later," then share your own memories of 9-11 (Click on "Remembering 9-11" on our homepage, in our list of Featured Links).
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Catastrophe, trauma and the processing of loss

September 07, 2011 - 16 h 05

As America awoke on the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, a chain of events was set in motion that would bring horrendous death to thousands and grief to thousands more.

Like the rest of the world, this...

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Stranded passenger turned 9-11 experience into play

September 07, 2011 - 8 h 07

Michael Walsh has shared his 9-11 experience many times, and he’s usually had an audience.

The New York-based actor was stranded in Gander during the crisis and turned that experience into a...

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Canada’s 9-11 families living with loss

September 06, 2011 - 19 h 11

TORONTO — The pain can still ambush them at an unexpected moment, the love for those taken is ever strong, but life has gone on.

For many who lost family...

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Muslim Canadians deal with stereotypes post 9-11

September 05, 2011 - 16 h 11

TORONTO — Gilary Massa’s high school art class began buzzing with speculation the day a student rushed in to announce that “somebody bombed America.” Amid her horror Massa had one hope which...

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‘Pushed to the limit’

September 06, 2011 - 8 h 11

Like most people in Newfoundland and Labrador, Don O’Brien was at work while the Sept. 11 tragedy was unfolding.

And, because of what was happening in the United States, a routine morning turned...

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