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KJ Mullins

Digital Journalist based in Toronto, Canada. Joined on Apr 12, 2007
Expertise in Family & parenting, Books, Women's health, Charity & volunteer work

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Review: O'Keefe's 'One Day In August' explains Dieppe Raid Special

On August 19, 1942 the shores of Dieppe, France saw 6,086 men from Canada, the UK and the United States storm the beach in a raid on the German occupied port. Within hours, 4,164 of those men lost their lives, were wounded or were captured.

Review: 'The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in Our Times' Special

As the stigma of mental health is being lifted, books like 'The Last Asylum: A Memoir of Madness in Our Times' by Barbara Taylor are important to understand how the fairly recent past treatment of the mentally ill has shaped our thinking.

Review: 'They Left Us Everything' on RBC Taylor Prize shortlist Special

Every once in a while when you finish the last word of a book you know that the story within the pages have made a lasting mark on your soul, Plum Johnson's "They Left Us Everything", published by Penguin Canada, is one of those treasures.

Spirits & Spice at Marché brings the Islands to Toronto Special

Toronto - With a clean blanket of snow on the ground it may seem like Carnival season is far away in Toronto but Spirits & Spice week at Marché Restaurant is bringing on the sun while raising funds for The Caribbean Scholarship Foundation (CSF).

Jordan executes terrorists in wake of pilot's murder

Jordan has executed two prisoners with ties to the Islamic State Wednesday morning. This move came following the release of a video by the terrorist group showing the brutal murder by of a Jordanian fighter pilot.

Lance Armstrong caught in new lie

Aspen - Lance Armstrong was once known for beating the odds on his bike before being disgraced for doping. Today it was revealed that he let his girlfriend take the rap for a driving offense before coming clean with police.

Canadian politician John Baird steps down

Ottawa - In a surprise move Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird, 45, announced his resignation from office Tuesday morning after a 20-year political career and that he will not be seeking re-election in 2015.

Power Ranger actor arrested for murdering roommate

Los Angeles - Ricardo Medina, Jr., 37, has been arrested for the murder of his roommate Joshua Sutter. Medina was an actor on the TV series Power Rangers.

Bidder to turn Neverland Ranch into haven for sex abuse victims

Los Olivos - In August 2014 it was revealed that Michael Jackson's estate, Neverland Ranch would be going for sale in the near future by Colony Capital. One of the current bids for the property is proposing to build a camp for sexually abused children.

UN warns refugee camps in South Sudan approaching breaking point

The United Nations is warning that refugee camps in South Sudan are approaching their breaking point as more flee the violence in the Nuba Mountains. This warning comes as fresh fighting in the troubled region has increased.

Youth makeup company Bonne Bell closing shop

Westlake - Back in the 70s and 80s every teen girl had at least one tube of Lip Smackers in her purse. The coveted colourful tubes contained lip gloss with flavours like Dr Pepper and Sour Grapes has been manufactured by Bonne Bell since 1973.

Kenji Goto beheaded by ISIS

A video was released Saturday afternoon by the Islamic State (IS)showing the beheading of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto.

Whitney Houston's daughter found unresponsive

Roswell - Police in Roswell, Georgia were called to the home of the late singer Whitney Houston's daughter Bobbi Kristina Brown, 21, Saturday after she was found unresponsive in her bath tub.

RBC Taylor Prize announces short list Special

Toronto - In light of recent events in Paris the importance of non-fiction writing has never been more important. Writers who bring truth to the global scope at times risk their very lives in order for voices to be heard.

Child soldiers reunited with families

This week 152 child soldiers in the Democratic Republic of the Congo were reunited with their families. While a happy start, the violence these children have lived is a hard trial to get over.

Apples in Canada recalled due to Listeria monocytogenes

The old adage of an apple a day is good advice but for some apples in Canada the threat of Listeria monocytogenes has apples from the United States being recalled. The apples affected were sold under the brand names Big B and Granny's Best.

Toronto shows support to victims to Paris terrorist victims

Toronto City Hall is flying the French flag in a show of solidarity following a terrifying terrorist attack Wednesday in Paris. Terrorists killed 12 people at a newspaper Wednesday in Paris at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical magazine.

Colorado NAACP bombed on Tuesday

Colorado Springs - Authorities in the United States are looking for a balding white man in his 40s after the Colorado NAACP was bombed on Tuesday morning. Luckily no one was injured in the attack.

New EpiPen case connects victims to help

For those who have a life threatening allergy carrying an EpiPen is part of their daily routine. A new case for the EpiPen promises to add an extra layer of help by notifying support networks when an emergency takes place.

Two Toronto men dead as Arctic Air Mass settles on city

Toronto - As Toronto begins to settle into a week of freezing temperatures two homeless men died in the early morning hours Monday and Tuesday.
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