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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

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Recent Work by Jeff

Anishinabek Police arrest murder suspect

Anishinabek Police arrest murder suspect

Joint efforts led to his arrest without incident
Youngest leader of a Canadian provincial political party in North Bay Sunday

Youngest leader of a Canadian provincial political party in North Bay Sunday

Alex Tyrrell wants to bring high-speed rail, free transit and green jobs to the region
Strike will hit all area schools Friday

Strike will hit all area schools Friday

Fedeli's office will see hundreds of protesters
Canadore employees meeting tonight to 'discuss' Burton's refusal to release report

Canadore employees meeting tonight to 'discuss' Burton's refusal to release report

'Canadore’s workplace is toxic and our members live in genuine fear of retribution and reprisal for discussing any aspect of their workplace'
Nipissing First Nation cannabis manufacturing plant to bring 80 jobs

Nipissing First Nation cannabis manufacturing plant to bring 80 jobs

Golden Harvest Organics plans to be in operation in January 2021
Dionne Home to be managed for $1

Dionne Home to be managed for $1

It is the intention that the management, operation, and promotion of the museum and the management of the collection be self-sustaining
Local football field to be named after five-time Grey Cup winner

Local football field to be named after five-time Grey Cup winner

A motion, put forward by  councillor Marcus Tignanelli, will ask council this Tuesday to the name the football field at the Steve Omischl Sports Field Complex, Mike O’Shea Field'
Cross Nipissing swim planned for July by hall of fame swimmer

Cross Nipissing swim planned for July by hall of fame swimmer

She has done some difficult swims including Lake Ontario in1984, the English Channel in 2011, and around Manhattan in 2014
Nipissing First Nation cannabis manufacturing plant to bring 80 jobs

Nipissing First Nation cannabis manufacturing plant to bring 80 jobs

'This state-of-the-art manufacturing facility will be one of the most secure facilities in the region; second to the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD)'
<b>OPSEU calls for government intervention in Canadore's 'attempted cover-up'</b>

OPSEU calls for government intervention in Canadore's 'attempted cover-up'

'Now, in the wake of an attempted cover-up, OPSEU calls for President George Burton and Vice-President Shawn Chorney of Canadore College to be placed on administrative leave while the Ministries step in to ensure that the investigation report is disclosed to the appropriate parties'