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JESSE ROBICHAUD: Anatomy of MP’s rogue vote
JIM VIBERT: Doctors, others in N.S. health say system near collapse
Russell Wangersky: No excuses
ALAN HOLMAN: A pipe dream in wrong era
Russell Wangersky: Workers’ comp — he who pays the piper doesn’t always call the tune
Russell Wangersky: Separating fact from speculative fiction
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: PTSD — time to talk about it … and listen
Russell Wangersky.Because that is the only way I feel safe, the only way I can let go and actually listen to what’s going on around me. I know it — I understand it, to a point. It doesn’t get better. At this point, it’s not going to. It’s one of a ...
RUSSELL WANGERSKY: Flooding the insurance market
Instead, he was offered what was, back then, huge money right out of undergraduate math. Not to go back to school, but to do actuarial studies of risk. For the insurance industry. That’s why, in all the talk of whether or not there are risks from ...
STEVE BARTLETT: The neighbourly thing to brew
“Steve,” he says, “your beer is exploding!” Adam is my neighbour and “beero” (beer + hero = beero). He brews his own and used to drive a beer truck for a living. He helped fulfil a frothy fantasy of mine a few months ago when I bought a stout mix and ...
ALAN HOLMAN: Removing loopholes
There has been a vociferous chorus of opposition to the tax changes, coming mainly from doctors and business groups. Let’s be clear, the changes purposed are to the federal tax act, not the provincial one, so one might rationally question why a ...
WAYNE YOUNG: Balancing business and conservation
The first thing that struck me was the enormity of the Atlantic right whale as I watched it being slowly pulled ashore by a heavy equipment excavator. And I wished my first glimpse of this 40-foot, 60-ton giant – one of the world’s most endangered ...
Wangersky: Smartphones put to stupid use
Russell WangerskyThey pay the price, sometimes, for the rest of their lives. Pay the price, sometimes, with their lives. Teenaged boys – and some teenaged girls — have proven for years that they are incapable of attaching cause and effect when it ...
RICK MACLEAN: Don’t bet against Duffy in courtroom
Ten pages? Sure. Twenty, you’re stretching it. But 50? Still, if you’re going to demand the Senate and the attorney general of Canada – ultimately the taxpayers always end up footing the bill – pony up millions of dollars for hurting you, you might ...
CHANTAL HEBERT: Quebec unimpressed with the NDP
The enthusiasm that attended the 2011 orange wave has given way to widespread voter indifference as well as internal discomfort within the province's depleted NDP ranks. None of the four candidates has emerged as a panacea for the party's ...
Russell Wangersky: No wonder the courts are bogged down
Russell WangerskySo it must have been a momentous case, one that deserves long and careful review, including analysis of case law from California and Britain, right? Well, no. It’s the case of Michael E. Robinson vs. the City of Brampton, and it’s ...
Russell Wangersky: The ones that got away
Russell WangerskyThey bring shellfish and finfish to market, species grown fat and large by aquatic farm husbandry. Mussels and oysters hang in socks from ropes beneath buoys, salmon and sometimes steelhead trout swim in circles in ocean cages. The ...