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Russell Wangersky: the nature of policy

Russell Wangersky: the nature of policy

Sometimes there's more to news than what catches the eye. Russell Wangersky, the Opinions Editor of The Telegram , reports on the seen and unseen each Tuesday and Saturday in his column. You can reach Russell at rwanger@thetelegram.com.

The road to ruin

Updated on May 12, 2014 - It has only been his brushes with controversy that have landed premier-to-be Frank Coleman media hits in recent weeks.

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It’s official: Muskrat Falls is a millstone

It’s official: Muskrat Falls is a millstone

Updated at 05:02 - I guess they were just wrong.That’s the very best face you can put on it.For years, the former provincial government argued we could have our fiscal cake and eat...

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Give ’em an earful

Updated on February 06, 2016 - Bureaucratese: We hope to engage stakeholders with diverse experience, knowledge and opinions in order to deliver strong...

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Pam Frampton

Another day, another black eye for the cops

Updated on February 06, 2016 - If you were mounting a case (so to speak) for the establishment of an independent body to keep an objective eye on the activities...

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Bob Wakeham

In all things, clarity

Updated on February 06, 2016 - You all know what an effective hooker line is, right?No, you’re wrong. It is not, “Hi there big boy, looking for a party tonight?”

Ed Smith

Goodbye, Schengen

Updated on February 06, 2016 - “Europe has forgotten that history is fundamentally tragic,” said Manuel Valls, the French prime minister. “If Europe can’t protect...

Gwynne Dyer

The world according to business

Updated on February 06, 2016 - One thing that’s happened since the Justin Trudeau Liberals came to power?There’s been an explosion of business-based research. It...

Russell Wangersky

There’s no moving on, Mr. Minister

Updated on February 06, 2016 - It’s just a joke. Boys will be boys. If you’re going to work in a man’s world you have to be willing to put up with it. It’s time...

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Lana Payne

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Writing for the illiterate is tough.

david,  February 08, 2016, 17:05

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