Editorial writers can be a wordy bunch.
The Globe's, for example, have this to say about yesterday's decision by the Conservative government to attack the credibilty of Richard Colvin, a diplomat and intelligence officer who told a Commons committee that all Afghan captives transferred by Canadian soldiers to local authorities wound up being tortured - even though many were likely innocent.
Editorial cartoonists, meanwhile, say more with less.
Brian Gable's take on the grim case of national hand-washing is shown above. And with a hat tip to Parker Donham for the idea, here's how other illustrators see the situation.
Aislin, in the Montreal Gazette:
Dale Cummings in the Winnipeg Free Press:
Malcolm Mays in the Edmonton Journal: