Eugene Melnyk

The Ottawa Senators enter the ‘Tyson Zone’

Senators fans hate their owner, the feeling appears to be mutual, and internal dysfunction keeps producing HR messes. How did it get this bad?

Canadians oppose using taxpayers funds for NHL franchises

Fans in Calgary and Ottawa want new arenas. But taxpayers and politicians aren’t keen to help pay for them

How Ottawa got its groove on. No, seriously.

Paul Wells on a stunning regeneration afoot in the nation’s capital

Did Eugene Melnyk jump the queue for a new liver?

Did Eugene Melnyk’s wealth and fame give him an unfair advantage? The answer is not as simple as it may appear, reports Michael Friscolanti

Eugene Melnyk: ‘Time is of the essence,’ team official says

When the Ottawa Senators said the team’s owner was in dire need of a liver transplant, hundreds called in to help.


No end to the pain at Biovail

You have to feel for the shareholders of Biovail. Today at the drug company’s annual general meeting in Toronto investors were forced to choose between two difficult options—the pain of uncertainty, or the certainty of pain. They went with the former.