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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

BC Greens want rent hike limits tied to units, instead of renters

BC Greens want rent hike limits tied to units, instead of renters

BC United accuses NDP of failing to support seniors by neglecting SAFER program
Vancouver’s unhoused could reach more than 4,700 people by 2030: report

Vancouver’s unhoused could reach more than 4,700 people by 2030: report

Housing Minister Kahlon says improvements have been made, but acknowledges more work ahead
B.C. health minister Adrian Dix welcomes national pharmacare program

B.C. health minister Adrian Dix welcomes national pharmacare program

Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh says it will improve health care for B.C.
B.C. business leader calls for ‘balance’ after government raises minimum wage

B.C. business leader calls for ‘balance’ after government raises minimum wage

BC Chamber of Commerce’s Fiona Famulak worries about rising costs, while union leader praises hike
Hazardous spills increasing, B.C. not prepared or transparent

Hazardous spills increasing, B.C. not prepared or transparent

Auditor-general: B.C. lacks up-to-date major spill response plan, failing to keep people informed
Tourism minister says cost of B.C. hosting World Cup grew ‘substantially’

Tourism minister says cost of B.C. hosting World Cup grew ‘substantially’

Lana Popham has a ‘ballpark figure’ but won’t release it until staff has completed work
‘Final warning’ given B.C. house flippers, Eby says new tax not about revenue

‘Final warning’ given B.C. house flippers, Eby says new tax not about revenue

But BC United says new new flipping tax is ‘primarily a political announcement’
B.C. tying minimum wage increases to inflation permanently through new law

B.C. tying minimum wage increases to inflation permanently through new law

Minimum wage will rise to 65 cents to $17.40 on June 1 for most eligible workers
B.C. premier calls on comedy group to apologize to families of Pickton victims

B.C. premier calls on comedy group to apologize to families of Pickton victims

David Eby calls merchandise depicting Robert Pickton a ‘sad attempt at humour’
Business leaders criticize, praise B.C.’s budget in talk with Premier Eby

Business leaders criticize, praise B.C.’s budget in talk with Premier Eby

Eby says budget will help B.C. respond to growing population and set the stage for economic growth
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