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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

Second Skeena-area First Nation inks treaty deal in as many days

Second Skeena-area First Nation inks treaty deal in as many days

Kitsumkalum First Nation initials historic draft agreement with Victoria, Ottawa
B.C.'s beef about equalization mostly about electioneering: analyst

B.C.'s beef about equalization mostly about electioneering: analyst

B.C. political scientist says complaints about equalization is part of electioneering
Kitselas First Nation poised to shake off Indian Act after 3 decades of talks

Kitselas First Nation poised to shake off Indian Act after 3 decades of talks

Terrace-area nation signs draft treaty with federal government, deal needs ratification
As population grows, B.C. premier wants feds to revise equalization

As population grows, B.C. premier wants feds to revise equalization

B.C. Premier David Eby calls for a review of equalization payments
Taxes cut, investment boosted: B.C. United unveils economic platform

Taxes cut, investment boosted: B.C. United unveils economic platform

B.C. United Leader presented his party's economic platform Thursday in Vancouver
B.C. sues manufacturers of 'forever chemicals' seeping into water

B.C. sues manufacturers of 'forever chemicals' seeping into water

First suit of its kind in Canada alleges negligence in product design and public awareness
Rustad's message gaining traction with B.C. business leaders

Rustad's message gaining traction with B.C. business leaders

B.C. Conservative Leader gets positive reaction from two prominent business leaders in Victoria
B.C. Conservatives recruit another B.C. United defector

B.C. Conservatives recruit another B.C. United defector

Former District of Sechelt councillor Chris Moore flips parties in Sunshine Coast race
'Standing for the average person': Rustad lays out B.C. Conservative policy

'Standing for the average person': Rustad lays out B.C. Conservative policy

Conservative Party of B.C. Leader John Rustad speaks to the Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce
B.C. government funds Victoria housing for former inmates

B.C. government funds Victoria housing for former inmates

Construction is underway for a new six-storey, 28-unit transitional houses for former inmates
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