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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

Timiskaming--Cochrane's John Vanthof won't seek NDP leadership

Timiskaming--Cochrane's John Vanthof won't seek NDP leadership

'It's been an incredible honour to represent the people of Timiskaming-Cochrane. I enjoy this job'
Charges laid in transport driver training fraud investigation

Charges laid in transport driver training fraud investigation

'Tractor-trailers and other commercial vehicles can be deadly in the hands of those with little or unapproved training'
2 new forest fires confirmed in region yesterday

2 new forest fires confirmed in region yesterday

The first fire of the year near Timmins is 375.5 hectares and is not under control
Two tiny orphaned bear cubs rescued safely from Haileybury electrical pole <b>(VIDEO)</b>

Two tiny orphaned bear cubs rescued safely from Haileybury electrical pole (VIDEO)

The boy's names are Alex cub and Danny cub, to be known as AC/DC
'To us, this is our Humboldt' says MPP in calling for driver licensing improvements and safer highway design

'To us, this is our Humboldt' says MPP in calling for driver licensing improvements and safer highway design

'Through no fault of their own, none at all, two unborn babies and one lady died, and one lady is in a medically induced coma'
Crash Monday afternoon closes Highway 11 in both directions (reopened)

Crash Monday afternoon closes Highway 11 in both directions (reopened)

The accident happened around 3 p.m. and has traffic backed up
UN plane in Northern Ontario for regular maintenance, says company

UN plane in Northern Ontario for regular maintenance, says company

 Voyageur is based out of North Bay and provides aircraft maintenance, repair, and overhaul services for a global customer base
Sea can storage facility, upgraded fishery equipment will aid walleye fishery in Temagami

Sea can storage facility, upgraded fishery equipment will aid walleye fishery in Temagami

The group has suffered from a rash of thefts over the past couple of years
Province enforcing new bait management rules for anglers

Province enforcing new bait management rules for anglers

Bait can pose a significant ecological risk to Ontario's fisheries by spreading invasive species and fish diseases
Municipal lobby group calls for higher enrolment to address doctor shortages

Municipal lobby group calls for higher enrolment to address doctor shortages

'Many of the communities in the north either have a doctor and nurse shortage'