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 art of the matter

    When I heard Stephen Harper's comments about the value of the arts in this country, I rolled my eyes a little, and thought it was just another ...

  • Science fiction, Wall Street-style

    Call me crazy if you want, but I've always had a problem with one little piece of economic theory. It's a simple thing really. I have problems ...

  • Two rights don't make it wrong

    Premier Danny Williams is right, and he's right again, but that's not going to make life any easier for his administration. Monday, Williams ...

  • Focus on the road

    How about something anecdotal right off the top? Sure, that kind of information doesn't prove very much - if you see a lot of cod around your ...

  • Here today, gone tomorrow

    Well, all three of the amigos have been here, and I can't say that any of them impressed me much. Harper, Dion and Layton each came whooshing in, ...

  • Money to burn

    Down in the basement, it sleeps. But it's September now, and the beast is going to wake up. It's going to be hungry - very hungry - and the only ...

  • It's not as easy as it looks

    Here's something you might not have ever thought about: politics is actually a vocation - it's work that requires a certain amount of style, ...

  • It's time to retire Agent White

    Learn to look for it, and you'll spot it far more often in this province than you might expect. And once you see it, it can't help but make you ...

  • Looking beneath the surface

    Warning: there is no hidden message of any kind contained in this column. This is a work of description. Any resemblance to actual politicians, ...

  • All washed up

    It takes a long time for something to be thrown ashore, and you might want to think about that the next time you're walking along the tideline. ...