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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

NDP hails expansion of South Okanagan and Similkameen Primary Care Network

NDP hails expansion of South Okanagan and Similkameen Primary Care Network

Premier David Eby Wednesday announced expansion Wednesday with Health Minister Dix, MLA Russell
Environmentalists reject B.C. claim of ‘unprecedented’ old-growth deferral

Environmentalists reject B.C. claim of ‘unprecedented’ old-growth deferral

Wilderness Committee accuses government of stall tactic while logging continues
B.C. NDP Osoyoos retreat signals the election importance of Okanagan

B.C. NDP Osoyoos retreat signals the election importance of Okanagan

No B.C United incumbents running, Conservative support growing, regional voting patterns may change
B.C. Premier Eby says province can’t rely on ‘grandparents’ infrastructure’

B.C. Premier Eby says province can’t rely on ‘grandparents’ infrastructure’

Comments come after opposition criticized delays on 2 major transportation infrastructure projects
B.C.’s poor grade in 2024 poverty survey ‘concerning,’ says food bank head

B.C.’s poor grade in 2024 poverty survey ‘concerning,’ says food bank head

B.C. Premier David Eby says issues around affordability ‘serious and on-going’ in commenting on report
B.C. company receives hundreds of millions to expand hydrogen fuel stations

B.C. company receives hundreds of millions to expand hydrogen fuel stations

Vancouver-based HTEC to build up to 18 hydrogen fuel stations in B.C., two in Alberta
BREAKING: B.C. United says B.C. Conservatives walked away from talks

BREAKING: B.C. United says B.C. Conservatives walked away from talks

B.C. United Leader Kevin Falcon said his party had proposed a generous “non-competition framework”
Food bank report fails B.C. on several poverty tests, but commends efforts

Food bank report fails B.C. on several poverty tests, but commends efforts

Food Banks Canada tracking poverty gives B.C. an overall D-plus
Personal but not medical data impacted after hack at B.C. health authority

Personal but not medical data impacted after hack at B.C. health authority

First Nations Health Authority says “unauthorized entity” accessed its corporate network
Poll gives B.C. Conservatives no ‘reason’ to cooperate with B.C. United: analyst

Poll gives B.C. Conservatives no ‘reason’ to cooperate with B.C. United: analyst

SFU’s Nicolas Kenny says Conservatives are benefiting from “conservative, anti-establishment wave”
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