Profile of Russell Wangersky

Sometimes there's more to news than what catches the eye. Russell Wangersky, the Editor of The Telegram , reports on the seen and unseen each Tuesday and Saturday in his column. You can reach Russell at rwanger@thetelegram.com

All articles of Russell Wangersky

  • Dodging a bullet

    In the second round of balloting, Davis had 340 votes to Ottenheimer’s 339, with one of the 680 delegate votes cast spoiled (it had both Davis’s ...

  • Cancelling a hydro project? Imagine that

    You probably won’t be surprised to know it’s not this province. It’s Manitoba.The decision came after that province asked its PUB to examine ...

  • Judge not, lest Danny Williams judge you

    The view out the windshield hurts so much, they’re driving with their eyes competely fixed on the rearview mirror.Monday, the current provincial ...

  • Shades of Humpty Dumpty

    The impending red tide, some suggest, means that frightened Conservatives are simply jumping ship before the inevitable arrives.Well, there are a ...

  • What you can do to make 911 work

    In one case, the fire department was sent to Westview Avenue when they were supposed to have been responding to a fire call on West Avenue. In ...

  • Summer slips away

    There was heavy dew on the car this morning, and driving up over the spine of the peninsula under the Ring Road, there was suddenly the smell of ...

  • A Week That Changed Our World: The Complete Series

    In Halifax, the indigent man — nicknamed “Old Moldy” by university staff — who would not miss a public lecture on any subject, from physics to ...

  • Humans vs. the machine

    Here’s a short snippet from the SeafoodNews.com summary from Aug. 21. (SeafoodNews.com comes from Massachusetts, where its editor and publisher ...

  • He fought the law and the law won

    In 2010, the province changed the act to let police officers pull cars over for no reason and ask drivers if they had been drinking — it was a ...

  • When only memories remain

    But I am at the age where the occasional person I know winks out, and at the age where many people I know are seeing their parents age and die; ...