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

  • Only time for a quick byte

    Standing in a shower of rain a week ago Wednesday, I got to see the change to snow coming towards me in a single white line, like a curtain ...

  • The big chill

    You can win battles, and still lose wars. In Monday's Globe and Mail, Premier Danny Williams was once again suggesting that it was time that the ...

  • It's a pretty sad commentary

    Here's a question: do you ever go online and read the comments on news stories, letters or editorials? What did you think of them? Was your ...

  • Small wonders

    Sometimes you don't know you've lost something. Sometimes, even though there's a hole left behind, you step blindly around it for ages without ...

  • Reality bites

    Years ago, when winter nights were pure and clean like a young conscience, I walked across a frozen pond with my former brother-in-law, Bob, and ...

  • How about studying the whole problem?

    You just don't work as hard as you used to. That's the way the boss sees it, and he's worried about it. Worried enough that employers in this ...

  • We're getting somewhere - aren't we?

    You could call it barroom pragmatism. Or you could call it a damned shame, and proof that we haven't come anywhere near as far as we might ...

  • Steps in the right direction

    Right now, the last of the colour is going out of the trees and bushes along the former railway line to Old Perlican. After it passes above ...

  • Would you be willing - or able?

    CBC's radio show "Cross Country Checkup" waded into the issue of assisted suicide on the weekend, in some ways combative ground, replete with ...

  • If they ask, don't tell

    Thursday brought another round of federal polling, and probably brought us a little bit closer to an election nobody wants. Not because the ...