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Jeff Turl

Jeff Turl

Jeff is a veteran of the news biz. He's spent a lengthy career in TV, radio, print and online, covering both news and sports. He enjoys free time riding motorcycles and spoiling grandchildren. Email Jeff at jeff@baytoday.ca

Recent Work by Jeff

Local golf coach named to 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games

Local golf coach named to 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games

'I'm super grateful to Olympics Canada for selecting me'
<b>Winter storm watch in effect</b>

Winter storm watch in effect

Significant accumulations of 15 to 20 centimetres are likely
Near North Board rebrands schools, sets programs

Near North Board rebrands schools, sets programs

Widdifield Secondary School will close in September 2019. North Bay high school consolidation programming framework announced
<b>Guilty verdict in gas plant scandal</b>

Guilty verdict in gas plant scandal

'It’s a sad day when a premier’s most senior official is found guilty of trying to orchestrate a cover-up of the $1.1 billion gas plant scandal'
Province wants an independent panel to help with forestry and conservation policies

Province wants an independent panel to help with forestry and conservation policies

'The independent, expert panel will work to identify innovative local approaches and potential pilot projects for consideration'
NHL's oldest ex-player dies in Mattawa

NHL's oldest ex-player dies in Mattawa

After joining the Rangers at age 29, a broken wrist ended his career with the team and he finished his career in the minors, retiring in 1953
<b>NHL's oldest ex-player dies in Mattawa</b>

NHL's oldest ex-player dies in Mattawa

After joining the Rangers at age 29, a broken wrist ended his career with the team and he finished his career in the minors, retiring in 1953
Moody's says city's outlook 'stable'

Moody's says city's outlook 'stable'

'Our ability to make use of these forward-thinking approaches has been a contributing factor in our capacity to withstand ever-increasing operating and capital pressures to-date'
<b>Labour group to picket Tim Hortons on Lakeshore</b>

Labour group to picket Tim Hortons on Lakeshore

'We want to join the rest of Canada by showing residents and franchise owners that we can send a clear message to RBI CEO Daniel Schwartz that he cannot treat our workers this way'
<b>UPDATE: APPROVED</b> Over $200,000 to fix arena roof

UPDATE: APPROVED Over $200,000 to fix arena roof

This portion of the roof is at the end of its useful life