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Adam Radwanski

Adam Radwanski
Political Feature Writer

Adam Radwanski is The Globe and Mail's political feature writer. He specializes in profiles of public figures and backroom players, and in-depth examinations of political phenomena and how campaigns and issues are playing out on the ground.

A National Newspaper Award winner, he also regularly writes political analysis columns, informed by his reporting.

He spent a full year prior to the 2015 federal election writing about that campaign's strategies, tactics, personalities and stakes, earning particular acclaim for his reporting on the Conservatives' behind-the-scenes machinations during the final months of the Stephen Harper era.

Adam previously served as The Globe and Mail's Ontario columnist, and before that was a member of the Globe's editorial board.

He made his start in journalism as the founder of Canada's first online political magazine, was a columnist and editor at the National Post, and was managing editor for online services at Maclean's.

Adam lives in Toronto with his family, and occasionally can't help himself from writing about local sports and music.

Latest articles
Doug Ford kicks at the provincial Liberals while they’re down Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
The NDP faces disaster if Jagmeet Singh’s ‘reset’ doesn’t take hold very quickly Adam Radwanski
Opinion
Ford is betting big on supporters' appetite for perpetual conflict Adam Radwanski
Opinion
By embracing Ford, Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives signed up for chaos Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Opinion
Bernier’s new party is missing something – a roll-up-your-sleeves leader with a clear vision Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Opinion
Doug Ford’s mid-campaign meddling is callous, chaotic and chilling Adam Radwanski
On Toronto’s Danforth, hope for humanity alongside heartbreak Adam Radwanski
Premier Doug Ford delivers on people-pleasing promises, but fiscal plans still a puzzle Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Doug Ford's first cabinet: lots of experience, and some noticeably absent voices Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Opinion
How much do the Ontario Liberals have to apologize for? Adam Radwanski
Analysis
The telltale signals of what kind of leader Ford will be Subscriber content
Opinion
Doug Ford’s Liberal problem: The pros and cons of pushing them toward extinction Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
The coming, chaotic battle for the soul of a Doug Ford government Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Opinion
Ontario’s election outcome is more volatile than polls suggest Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Opinion
Latest controversy to hit Doug Ford could be the most damaging Adam Radwanski
Why Kathleen Wynne’s early concession was a fitting final act to her campaign Subscriber content Adam Radwanski
Opinion
Donald Trump’s tariffs deliver a reality check to Ontario’s election campaign Adam Radwanski
OPINION
Kathleen Wynne is well aware of what Doug Ford is selling Adam Radwanski
Opinion
With a target on her back, Andrea Horwath struggles in the spotlight during final debate Adam Radwanski
Opinion
As Ontario’s surprising campaign enters crunch time, how will parties adjust? Adam Radwanski