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

  • Toll too high

    Where the old railbed curls through Port Rexton, it's easy to walk on the packed stone ballast and imagine what it would have been like to have ...

  • Signpost to amazing places

    It pains me to do this. Yes, it pains me, because these are places that are so private they feel like they belong to me. But I'll share them with ...

  • Do as I say, not as I do

    First, a mea culpa. After describing John Furneaux's achievement of reaching the top of Mount Everest in a column last week, I mistakenly ...

  • Kennedys comments curiouser and curiouser

    It's about time a Newfoundlander reached the summit of Mount Everest. John Furneaux got there a few days ago. And it's about time a ...

  • Negligence in the great outdoors

    I don't like finding poached moose. I found three in a single day once, down past St. Joseph's, one shot through the lungs and left on its side ...

  • An unfair contract is a poor contract

    A contract is a contract. That's the message being sent to this province's public-sector pensioners about whether they can ever expect an ...

  • Stop looking for the bad guys

    Have you ever met a doctor who didn't care about his or her patients? I've met doctors who are gruff and abrupt, and doctors who were busy to the ...

  • Andy-handling - the newest fundraising craze

    "I get asked for money almost every day and I will not give money to panhandlers because it only encourages the behaviour." That's then-St. ...

  • As large as alone

    Climbing up the backside of Sugar Loaf Head, there's a fat, round small-bread-roll of an iceberg in tight against the cliff, rocking slightly in ...

  • Celebrate Bartlett, but for the right reasons

    Tourism promotions always seem to need a headliner, and next year, the provincial government has decided to promote the year as Celebrating ...