Troy Turner is a veteran journalist who has worked throughout Newfoundland and Labrador in both print and broadcast. Based in Corner Brook, he is a reporter with CBC Newfoundland Morning.
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Wedding with a view: Couple braves weather to get hitched on Gros Morne
A Mi'kmaq couple living in Corner Brook decided to get married in Gros Morne National Park, despite some extreme weather and a change of location.
Lark Harbour man honoured with bravery award for icy, cliffside rescue
Ralph Joyce has been granted a bravery award for his role in the rescue of a friend.
Looking for a trampoline or pool for backyard fun? Good luck with that
It's not just hand sanitizer that's been hard to buy. The pandemic has created a shortage of gear for family-oriented recreation.
'Staycationing' could provide a summer lifeline for adventure tourism operators
Despite some hefty unknown factors, adventure tourism businesses are ready to open for the summer season.
Mother hoping to be reunited with young son in June, after COVID-19 extends separation
A P.E.I. woman originally from Corner Brook hasn't seen her son since Christmas but is hoping to see him soon.
'Stay Home Year' licence plates a pandemic hit
A Corner Brook sign-maker has found a new niche with COVID-19.
Rats eat their fill of Pasadena barley field, and then head to town
A field that once grew barley in the western Newfoundland town became infested with rats, who have set their sets on a nearby neighbourhood.
Piping up for the public good: Why these doctors take to Facebook to talk COVID-19
Two western Newfoundland doctors are using social media every week to answer questions about the pandemic.
A long, long wait to go home: Stuck in Alberta, this Corner Brook man must wait until May
Steve Kenney's travel plans changed when Air Canada pulled its service to Deer Lake because of COVID-19.
Stephenville nurse says heartfelt support is great, but compliance is better
"If we get sick, there's no one to care for your loved ones."