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

  • When the light changes

    There are times when I don't like the light. A hotel room with sliding glass patio doors, on the back of a hotel lost in the low-rise commercial ...

  • One point worth debating

    Who says a political debate cant have its high points? For me, the televised debate between this provinces three party leaders had several like ...

  • Clearing away the dead rot

    It's the time of year when everything is just ready to fall down. On a rising, bread-dough hill in Port Rexton, a singularly perfect grass has ...

  • Have you got the write stuff?

    Every week, someone gets in touch with me and wants to flog an idea for a weekly column. Nobody wants to offer up an isolated op-ed piece no, ...

  • Nattering nabobs serve a purpose

    Who says the unexamined life isn't worth living? It seems that during the brief period when their political spending wasn't being examined, this ...

  • A piece of the action

    You could call it the new math. Or you could call it class-action math. Or you could just scratch your head and wonder about where the path were ...

  • The tyranny of technology

    We have to fill in this wretched form now. - Mr. Justice Collins of the High Court of Justice, Queen's Bench Division, Royal Courts of Justice, ...

  • Proverbs for any occasion

    Earlier this week, I was doing research for an editorial on the ever-worsening world of incivility (and lack of humour) in e-mail communication, ...

  • Falling into the vortex of words

    Agent provocateur, winsome, witty and worldly-wise, wishes to meet house of harlot showgirl for liberation in paradiso and subversive outings. ...

  • Modern times, and the livin is easy

    My computer ate its entrails, and its not my fault. My nice, new office computer ate its entrails, a veritable gang of IT professionals came in ...