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Wolf Depner

Wolf Depner

I had previously reported for the Saanich News in Greater Victoria from October 2016 to September 2019. My time with Black Press Media also includes six years at the Penticton Western News (2002-2008) and summer internships in the region. Before rejoining Black Press Media on Vancouver Island, I had studied and taught at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus and I recently served as associate faculty at Royal Roads University.

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250-656-1151
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wolfgang.depner@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Wolf

B.C. considers legal action against Ottawa over equalization: Eby

B.C. considers legal action against Ottawa over equalization: Eby

B.C. Premier says province may join constitutional challenge launched earlier by Newfoundland
B.C. premier tells app-based firms to 'suck it up' over new rules

B.C. premier tells app-based firms to 'suck it up' over new rules

Premier David Eby tells app-based companies to suck it up over new rules
New B.C. law aimed at finding labour shortage relief from abroad

New B.C. law aimed at finding labour shortage relief from abroad

New law coming into effect next month promises to relief labour shortages in health care and other fields
B.C. United drops candidate over Gaza, LGBTQIA2S+ comments

B.C. United drops candidate over Gaza, LGBTQIA2S+ comments

Asad Gondal, President of the B.C. Muslim Association, is no longer running in Surrey-North
Northeastern B.C. likely to see large, challenging wildfires this summer

Northeastern B.C. likely to see large, challenging wildfires this summer

Wildfire service warns drought conditions likely to continue with low snowpack, warm weather in forecast
B.C. blows past country with new construction in April 2024

B.C. blows past country with new construction in April 2024

B.C. leads Canada among provinces in value of building permits, new units in April 2024
B.C. Premier Eby slams Ottawa's immigration offer to Quebec

B.C. Premier Eby slams Ottawa's immigration offer to Quebec

Eby frustrated after Ottawa gives Quebec $750M to deal with surge of immigration
Right-wing political split not welcomed by B.C. business leaders

Right-wing political split not welcomed by B.C. business leaders

Business community looking at Conservative/United choice with some concern
B.C.'s unemployment rate rises to 5.6 per cent in May

B.C.'s unemployment rate rises to 5.6 per cent in May

Slight worsening follows national trend — although more pronounced — but B.C. remains better than the nation overall
Falcon says voters will move to the centre and B.C. United

Falcon says voters will move to the centre and B.C. United

B.C. United Leader tries to ease concerns about right-wing split in front of Greater Victoria business leaders
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