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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

<b>UPDATED: Injunction granted against locked-out Children's Aid workers</b>

UPDATED: Injunction granted against locked-out Children's Aid workers

Children's Aid picketers are under new restrictions, starting at noon today, after an injunction was granted yesterday by Justice Rivard of the Superior Court of Justice in North Bay.
So you thought it was spring?

So you thought it was spring?

If you live in North Bay you woke up to a bit of a winter wonderland this morning
FEDNOR a budget highlight says MP

FEDNOR a budget highlight says MP

Our members have repeatedly told us they want to die at home surrounded by family members, but all too often they are dying in hospital surrounded by tubes.
Community Foundation gives almost $45,000 to local groups

Community Foundation gives almost $45,000 to local groups

Collectively the Foundation has combined assets of more than $4.8 billion and put hundreds of millions back communities over its 94-year history
TV series shot in Sudbury and North Bay sold in Europe

TV series shot in Sudbury and North Bay sold in Europe

Those beautiful scenes of the city will soon be attracting the eyeballs of European viewers
Film shot partly in North Bay sold in Europe

Film shot partly in North Bay sold in Europe

Those beautiful scenes of the city will soon be attracting the eyeballs of European viewers
Council wants hydro relief for hospital

Council wants hydro relief for hospital

Council voted in favour Tuesday night of a motion asking the Premier of Ontario, the Minister of Energy and the Minister of Health to “review ways to provide hydro relief to hospitals and other healthcare facilities through rebates or other mea
New Police Board appointee will be keeping an eye on costs

New Police Board appointee will be keeping an eye on costs

'I know some of the challenges that municipalities face across the province with regards to their policing costs'
Don't put away that jacket just yet

Don't put away that jacket just yet

Brief, intense snowfall is expected to develop under the snow squall and visibility will be significantly reduced due to the heavy snow
Elks Cribbage Tournament raises food and cash

Elks Cribbage Tournament raises food and cash

'We had an excellent turn out which made the day a huge success'