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Philip Wolf

Philip Wolf

I’ve been involved with journalism on Vancouver Island for more than 30 years, beginning as a teenage holiday fill-in at the old Cowichan News Leader. Following university, I joined the Cowichan Valley Citizen, then moved to the Nanaimo Daily News, finishing there as managing editor. I’m currently the editor of the PQB News and Vancouver Island Free Daily, as well as hosting a variety of Black Press Media podcasts. Your questions, comments and story ideas are always welcome.

Phone
250-905-0019
Email
philip.wolf@blackpress.ca

Recent Work by Philip

WOLF: Would you ever eat a cold hot dog right out of the pack?

WOLF: Would you ever eat a cold hot dog right out of the pack?

COLUMN: Hot dogs seem to be everywhere in the month of July
WOLF: Vandalism in all forms is just exceptionally stupid

WOLF: Vandalism in all forms is just exceptionally stupid

COLUMN: Strong emotions expressed in unhealthy ways
WOLF: My sandcastle-building skills haven't improved after all these years

WOLF: My sandcastle-building skills haven't improved after all these years

COLUMN: Parksville sand sculpting competition begins July 11
WOLF: Sometimes the best things never change

WOLF: Sometimes the best things never change

COLUMN: There's just something about places that seem like time has stood still
RCMP: PQB resident loses $20K in cryptocurrency scam

RCMP: PQB resident loses $20K in cryptocurrency scam

Oceanside RCMP say resident responded to a social media advertising sales pitch
WOLF: Hockey seems a little out of place in the summer

WOLF: Hockey seems a little out of place in the summer

COLUMN: Stanley Cup final should wrap up near the end of May
WOLF: Desperately seeking suggestions for sweet summer relaxation

WOLF: Desperately seeking suggestions for sweet summer relaxation

COLUMN: What’s your go-to stress reliever?
WOLF: Would you chew a piece of 32-year-old hockey card gum?

WOLF: Would you chew a piece of 32-year-old hockey card gum?

COLUMN: Reader sends in package that sparks nostalgic thoughts
WOLF: 50 years is quite the long coffee break for B.C. man

WOLF: 50 years is quite the long coffee break for B.C. man

COLUMN: Dunnett returns to playing musical instruments after five decades
YOUR PHOTOS: Northern lights shine brightly above PQB

YOUR PHOTOS: Northern lights shine brightly above PQB

Photographer Finn Lynch captures some spectacular shots
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