THE GLOBE & MAIL’S CARTOONISTS SUM UP THE TRUMPSTER’S PAST WEEK & WHAT MAY BE UPCOMING

<“Happy Hour at the Davos Economic Forum – Make America Great Again” by BRIAN GABLE, Globe and Mail, January 26/2018>

<“COME INTO MY PARLOUR” . . . “Looking forward to it . . . “ by DAVID PARKINS, Globe and Mail, January 25/2018>

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A PIECE OF TORONTO HISTORY FROM THE GLOBE AND MAIL’S ARCHIVE OF NEWS PHOTOGRAPHY

In the 1960’s, fear of the atomic bomb and a nuclear war spread throughout Canada and the United States. This image shows the possible radius of destruction should a bomb explode in the centre of TORONTO. – ca1960, unknown photographer

<And this is what we were worried about>

BRIAN GABLE’S EDITORIAL CARTOONS IN THE GLOBE & MAIL BRIGHTEN UP THE DARKEST DAYS

He seldom – if ever – fails to hit the proverbial nail on the head. The Globe and Mail’s editorial cartoonist BRIAN GABLE was born in Saskatoon, studied fine art at the University of Saskatchewan, then education at the University of Toronto. After teaching for a while, he freelanced as a cartoonist in Brockville and Regina, then became the editorial cartoonist for the Globe – Canada’s national and most prestigious newspaper – in 1987.<ABOVE – Mayor Rob Ford chased by the media – FIRST ROBINS OF SPRING, editorial cartoon by BRIAN GABLE, Globe and Mail, June 28/2014>