Profile of Russell Wangersky

Russell Wangersky is TC Media’s Atlantic Regional columnist. He can be reached at russell.wangersky@tc.tc. His column appears on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays in Transcontinental’s daily papers.

All articles of Russell Wangersky

  • Beware the rural/urban divide

    Break something down far enough and you find yourself in a theoretical universe that eventually has no connection to the way things really work. ...

  • Beware the rural/urban divide

    Break something down far enough and you find yourself in a theoretical universe that eventually has no connection to the way things really work. ...

  • For those in peril...

    Sunday, the waves were breaking large on the eastern coast of the province. Large enough that, eating a handful of partridge berries fresh from ...

  • The good life

    Above Carbonear last Monday, the wind was ripping across the ground and out onto the water with that decisive, steady breath that really lets you ...

  • Look before you leap

    Maybe history will be kinder than I am, but I can't help but think that the best word to describe our current provincial government is ...

  • Outside, under there

    There's a point of land where the Piper's Hole River truly earns the name of the town perched on its estuary, Swift Current. There, the water ...

  • U.S. understands public's right to know

    If you ever wanted to see the critical difference between a country that commits to the public's right to know and one that only gives the ...

  • Clear-cutting and bad chemistry

    Here's a study in contrasts for you: on Route 210, heading down the Burin Peninsula just past Swift Current, the sides of the road are getting a ...

  • The politics of branding

    The simple fact is that the marketers are co-opting our protests and our dreams, and using them to sell anything from shoes to politicians. The ...

  • Bracing for Phase 2

    There are still signs of it around, both in airports and with the occasional friend or acquaintance. In Montreal last Monday, there were ...