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KJ Mullins

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

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The Sidewalk Crusaders jazz up Toronto Special

Toronto - On Saturday afternoon the corner of Yonge and Dundas was getting a burst of jazz from a creative group of young men knew as The Sidewalk Crusaders. These music students have taken to the streets since 2012 when Peter Cavanagh had an idea.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford diagnosed with cancer

Toronto - The lead doctor from Toronto Mayor Rob Ford's medical team announced that the mayor is facing a battle with a very rare cancer. Ford will undergo chemotherapy as soon as possible.

Doug Ford speaks about mayoral race in Toronto

Toronto - Friday afternoon City Councillor Doug Ford was at City Hall putting his name into the hat for the Toronto Mayoral race. There was a rush to get the paperwork filed as the nomination process deadline was 2:00 p.m. Friday.

Rob Ford withdraws from Toronto's race for mayor

Toronto - At the last minute Friday Mayor Rob Ford's director of communications Jeff Silverstein put in the paperwork for resignation at Toronto's City Hall. Ford's brother Doug name has been added to the list of mayoral candidates.

Toronto's Mayor Ford admitted to hospital for tumour

Toronto - Mayor Rob Ford has been admitted to Humber River Hospital after doctors discovered a tumour. Ford had gone to the emergency room earlier Wednesday because of abdominal pain.

Devour Food Film Festival program launch Monday night in Toronto Special

Toronto - When you think of film festival's Wolfville, Nova Scotia isn't the first place that comes to mind but that is changing with the 4th annual Devour! The Food Film Fest.

Neighbours seek to give Jorge Interiano proper burial

Toronto - Jorge Interiano, 40, of Toronto was a friend to all in his West end neighbourhood. He lived in a bike shop after the owners took Jorge in, helping him out by cleaning his clothes and fixing him breakfast.

Nazi past not stopping John Beattie from Deputy-Reeve in Ontario

In the small town of Minden, Ontario an election will take place on Oct. 27. One of the positions up for grabs is Deputy-Reeve, who is second in command of the town's council. One candidate, John Beattie, has a history that may raise an eyebrow or two.

Op-Ed: Toronto let's go spend at the Exhibition! Special

Toronto - Every year over 1 million people visit Toronto's Canadian National Exhibition, known to locals as The Ex. Those visitors will open their wallets for great buys at the shopping areas, food vendors and to enjoy the carnival midway.

American photojournalist may have been beheaded by militant group

A militant group is claiming that they have beheaded missing American photojournalist James Foley. A video that was uploaded to YouTube earlier today showed the graphic death of a man believed to be Foley.

Brookfield Properties accused of cutting bike locks Special

Toronto - On Wednesday Lisa Ferguson locked her bike to a Toronto Transit Commission pole outside of the Hudson's Bay Centre on Yonge and Bloor before going to a business meeting. After the meeting was over she went to leave and found that her bike had been taken.

Op-Ed: Silence is the killer

Toronto - Social Media went wild last night as the news that it appeared that Robin Williams took his life. The world was in shock that a man so talented would end his life. Williams was not alone.

Party drug proves deadly at Toronto's Veld Special

Toronto - This weekend two young people died after consuming "party drugs" at the VELD Music Festival in Toronto's Downsview Park. Many more were taken to hospital and those numbers are climbing says Toronto Police. The average age of victims is just 19.

Politicians celebrate Scotiabank Caribbean Festival Grand Parade Special

Toronto - Local and provincial politicians were on hand for the official ribbon cutting ceremony for the 46th annual Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival Grand Parade this morning.

Behind the Scenes at Toronto's Scotiabank Caribbean Festival Special

Toronto - For years the Scotiabank Caribbean Festival Parade has put the city in a party mood that lasts for days. The festivities bring a bit of the Islands during the eight-hour parade. That party atmosphere takes months of prep behind the scenes to pull off.

Op-Ed: Toronto turns TTC subway train into Underground Railroad Special

Toronto - Today is Emancipation Day throughout the British Empire, including Canada. The Slavery Abolition Act was signed on this date in 1834 ending African enslavement.

Toronto Police Chief Blair's contract won't be renewed

Toronto - On April 25, 2015 Chief William Blair will no longer be heading up the Toronto Police Services. The Police Services Board made the announcement Wednesday that Blair's contract was not renewed.

The Islands came to Toronto's Liberty Village during lunch BBQ Special

Toronto - On Thursday the Lamport Stadium Parkette was alive with island flair when the Scotiabank Toronto Caribbean Carnival held a community BBQ sponsored by the Liberty Village BIA from 12-2pm.

Festivals bring a party attitude to Toronto Special

Toronto - Toronto was the location of several festivals this weekend including the 14th Annual Toronto Chinatown Festival, The Live Green Toronto Festival and Youth Day Toronto in the downtown core.

Toronto's Ireland Park reopens Special

Toronto - In the summer of 1847 Toronto's waterfront saw scores of starving immigrants from Ireland walking off boats and doubling the young city's population.
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