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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

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Recent Work by Jeff

Ontario’s largest sled dog racing event mushing into Kearney

Ontario’s largest sled dog racing event mushing into Kearney

'Unique event is committed to offering race classes for professional and beginner mushers of all ages and classes' amid beauty of Almaguin Highlands
'Not safe': Northern fire chief defends decision not to save dog from ice

'Not safe': Northern fire chief defends decision not to save dog from ice

' I can't sacrifice any one of them for an animal, whether it be a pet or wildlife,' says fire chief after incident in South River
New '2+1' Hwy. 11 North will save lives and money: study

New '2+1' Hwy. 11 North will save lives and money: study

Three-lane highway in northern Ontario will incorporate passing lane that changes direction approximately every two to five kilometres
Doctor burnout at record levels, College of Physicians warns

Doctor burnout at record levels, College of Physicians warns

Family doctors leaving the profession increase the strain on those who remain and continue to deal with ever-increasing and complex population demands for primary care
Clocks may spring forward this weekend, but opposition mounts

Clocks may spring forward this weekend, but opposition mounts

'This ritual of changing time twice a year is stupid,' says Republican politician, while sleep researchers would also prefer permanent move to standard time
'People are fascinated': Electric motorcycles surge in sales

'People are fascinated': Electric motorcycles surge in sales

Public's reaction to electric bikes is 'overwhelmingly positive. People are smiling. They think it's cool,' says industry insider
Dreaming of frying up that tasty raccoon you accidentally ran over? The MNRF wants to know

Dreaming of frying up that tasty raccoon you accidentally ran over? The MNRF wants to know

You can keep a dead wild animal or bird you have found or been given and you don’t always need to register the possession
Province enforcing new bait management rules for anglers

Province enforcing new bait management rules for anglers

Bait can pose significant ecological risk to Ontario's fisheries by spreading invasive species and fish diseases, says ministry
CANADA: National Trust puts North Bay's underground NORAD Complex on Endangered Places List

CANADA: National Trust puts North Bay's underground NORAD Complex on Endangered Places List

The National Trust notes that this unique site is in good condition and holds potential for creative and innovative reuse
ONTARIO: Campaign started to save North Bay's underground NORAD complex

ONTARIO: Campaign started to save North Bay's underground NORAD complex

'I have put some effort into trying to save the Underground NORAD Complex – with little success'
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