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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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Recent Work by Wolf

B.C. wine industry cheers new wine deal uncorked with Alberta

B.C. wine industry cheers new wine deal uncorked with Alberta

Provinces strike a deal that will permit direct wine sales in either direction, for a fee
Former B.C. Green leader says Rustad is open-minded, like Horgan

Former B.C. Green leader says Rustad is open-minded, like Horgan

Andrew Weaver says Conservative Party of B.C. leader is a flexible listener he could work with
New digital testing looks to cut down B.C.'s wait times for cancer diagnoses

New digital testing looks to cut down B.C.'s wait times for cancer diagnoses

New provincial funding promises to cut the wait times for cancer diagnoses, especially for patients in rural and remote regions of B.C. 
'It's time': Personal reasons fuel departures of 3 B.C. ministers

'It's time': Personal reasons fuel departures of 3 B.C. ministers

Departing cabinet ministers mark significant change for B.C.'s NDP
'Zero' chance B.C. ups access to "non-prescribed" drugs: Eby

'Zero' chance B.C. ups access to "non-prescribed" drugs: Eby

"Zero" That is how Premier David Eby rated the likelihood of B.C. implementing a recommendation from provincial health officer Bonnie Henry to expand access to "non-prescribed alternatives to unregulated drugs.
Critics slam call for expanded B.C. drug access as a step to legalization

Critics slam call for expanded B.C. drug access as a step to legalization

Calls by B.C.'s provincial health officer Bonnie Henry to look into an expansion of what she calls "non-prescribed alternatives to unregulated drugs" is getting mixed reactions. 
Bonnie Henry wants B.C. to expand access to "non-prescribed" drugs

Bonnie Henry wants B.C. to expand access to "non-prescribed" drugs

Province's public health officer says step will decrease the risk of deaths caused by contaminated supply
B.C. environmental group considers challenge to B.C. LNG terminal

B.C. environmental group considers challenge to B.C. LNG terminal

Environmental organization is considering its options when it comes to challenging a liquified natural gas project in Delta
Departure of high-profile B.C. cabinet ministers normal: analyst

Departure of high-profile B.C. cabinet ministers normal: analyst

Choice of new forests minister will be of particular intrigue if NDP holds power
B.C. announces its first solar panel rebate program

B.C. announces its first solar panel rebate program

Up to $10,000 available to households and up to $150,000 to organizations, starting next month
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