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

  • The reign of condescension

    When she started running for the New Democrats, Lorraine Michael was an unusually awkward campaigner. In fact, "shyly polite" wouldn't be an ...

  • Return to sender

    It would be nice to be writing about something else this week, but sometimes the world intervenes. Last Tuesday, I wrote a column about a tale of ...

  • Is there an echo in here?

    Saturday, we brought you a letter to the editor, written ostensibly by Aaron Hynes ("Conservative ads are all about Ignatieff's record," May 30), ...

  • When foxes guard the henhouse

    Looking across the ocean at Great Britain, MHAs in this province must feel like they've dodged a bullet. As a constituency abuse scandal ...

  • Vicious cycles

    A college friend of mine hit a dog while driving a motorcycle on a chip-sealed highway, a passenger on the back behind him. Driver and passenger ...

  • Taking out the trash

    It's hard to imagine how lucky we are here in this province - just, in fact, to have this province in the first place. First of all, let me point ...

  • Norway - now, there's a role model

    It's funny how often your eyes get distracted by flash, when the slow and steady out there are the ones making actual progress. Long-shot ...

  • A suitable memorial for bad judgement

    No matter how many times I see it, I can't help but wonder what you were thinking. And I wonder - do you think about it, too, every single time ...

  • You can't simply pave the way to prosperity

    The supply and demand equation is coming home to roost in a big way in this province, and chances are, it's going to be felt in a big way outside ...

  • Tories busy tarring themselves with the same brush

    Last week was a pretty average one in the House of Assembly. The opposition asked questions about government spending, and the government ...