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The Journal Pioneer
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Summertime, summer tides
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Handgun column draws fire
SEBRNIK: Is 'wokeness' leading America into political turmoil?
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: I’ll be tracking the untruths
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Indigenous groups’ dam concerns not really on the radar
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: No one needs a handgun
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Seen and not heard
Imagine a flock of starlings, settled deep into a spruce thicket and nattering away non-stop in song fragments the way they do, squawking over each other constantly. Then record that noise, crank it up from “2” to ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Embrace your strange
I watched a beaver swim up a narrow brook about 10 feet in front of me on Sunday while I ate a sandwich. Saw a small covey of young grouse scatter, and then freeze in place, shape-shifting into invisibility. Fell off a slippery fallen tree trunk and ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Four little words that said so much
It’s still got me rattled. Because it has the possibility of explaining so much. Why the province started Muskrat Falls in the first place. Why the provincial government can continue to claim there’s some magical method ...
SREBRNIK: Is Israel’s supreme court too powerful?
Those who follow the rhetoric endlessly spewed by Israel’s many enemies know that it is referred to, ad nauseam, as a theocracy, a racist country, a colonial-settler state, an apartheid entity, even a genocidal nation, among other ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Keep everything under the dome
I don’t know whether to be fascinated or horrified. Thursday, Memorial University political science professor Kelly Blidook was on the stand at the Muskrat Falls inquiry, answering questions on his report surveying issues about ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Paying the price for political ambition
It happens now and then — this time, in Halifax. Municipal councillor Steve Craig, who used to represent Lower Sackville, moved up a spot in the government rankings, winning the provincial riding of Sackville-Cobequid in a ...
GIFFORD-JONES: Talking scales help to fight obesity
Are readers tired of me telling them that they should step on the scale every day? No one has said, “Enough is enough!” Besides, tons of readers evidently ignore my advice. Since the obesity epidemic gets worse year after year, is there ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: A natural remedy
Someone’s cut fir near the trail and left it, the now-rust-red boughs ready to shed their needles, and the warm air is redolent with the scent of it. The alder’s grown in — that is its specialty — and there’s more ...
Saskatchewan designer talks fashion, factories and family
Ever since she was in high school, Rebecca Farthing (nee King) knew she wanted to work in fashion. She learned to sew from her mom, Roseann King, at home in Hudson Bay. Now the owner and designer behind the Saskatoon-based Rebecca King Fashion House, ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: More information is good for you
Let’s be pragmatic for a second. When Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer was fighting for his job against fellow leadership contender Maxime Bernier, one of the issues that brought votes to Scheer’s side (and eventually dispatched ...