Justin Skinner

Justin Skinner is a reporter with the City Centre Mirror. Reach him at jskinner@insidetoronto.com . Follow the Mirror on Twitter and Facebook.

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Jul 27, 2016

YMCA of Greater Toronto offers summer day camps full of activities and attractions throughout the city

Though dreams of canoeing, archery and other fun outdoor activities may seem out of reach for many youth in Toronto, the...

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ArtsEntertainment
Jul 26, 2016

Cast of Suicide Squad including Will Smith, Margot Robbie thanks Toronto in person for hospitality

Maybe the various baddies who comprise Suicide Squad aren’t such a bad bunch after all.

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News
Jul 26, 2016

Danforth to join Yonge and Bloor streets for Open Street Toronto’s third year of car-free Sundays

Open Streets TO is gearing up for a third year of car-free days downtown, and the popular event promises to be bigger and...

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Health Care
Jul 23, 2016

Men’s Health Network survey finds men’s mental health issues not openly addressed in today’s society

The importance of maintaining good mental health may be growing, but for half the population, mental health education and...

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Business
Jul 23, 2016

Downtown Yonge BIA creates booklet of services for Toronto’s homeless

The Downtown Yonge BIA is doing its part to get some of the city’s most vulnerable people get the help they need....

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Food
Jul 22, 2016

Get healthy food options at mobile food market open every Friday in front of Toronto General Hospital

A new partnership between the University Health Network (UHN), Toronto Public Health and FoodShare aims to help bridge the...

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News
Jul 19, 2016

Midtown in Focus strategy aims to better guide development at Yonge and Eglinton

As the population around Yonge and Eglinton continues to swell, work continues apace on the Midtown in Focus strategy, a...

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WhatsOn
Jul 19, 2016

Large black-and-white mural by U.K. artist Phlegm coming to Yonge and St. Clair

A massive mural by internationally-renowned U.K. artist Phlegm is starting to take shape at the corner of St. Clair Avenue...

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CityHall
Jul 19, 2016

Underground parking at new Davisville Junior Public School means area to get Midtown Community Hub

Years of hard work and determination have finally paid off with firm plans in place to build a community hub in the midtown...

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Health
Jul 19, 2016

Toronto resident Rick McGraw climbing Mount Kilimanjaro to help purchase laser surgery machine for SickKids

Given that he only got into hiking a few years ago, 72-year-old Rick McGraw’s upcoming adventure is a tall order – but one...

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CityHall
Jul 19, 2016

Land on former Glebe Lawn Bowling Club and Manor Road United Church to become green spaces

Manor Road is quickly becoming a green oasis in the rapidly-intensifying North Toronto community. City council recently...

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News
Jul 15, 2016

Premier Kathleen Wynne, Mayor John Tory, Black Lives Matter attend first in a series of anti-racism public meetings

A beyond-capacity crowd squeezed into the Daniels Spectrum on Thursday night to make their voices heard as the provincial...

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News
Jul 14, 2016

Launch of Yonge Street environmental assessment in downtown Toronto to look at widening sidewalks, adding cycling infrastructure

Downtown Yonge Street could soon become even more of a pedestrian mecca, thanks to new steps toward a long-running plan to...

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News
Jul 12, 2016

Ryerson University’s V4Lab summer camp prepares kids for the changing world

For many kids, summer camp means swimming, hikes through the forest and other outdoor activities. Those attending Ryerson...

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News
Jul 07, 2016

FOOD INSECURITY: Grassroots organizations helping vulnerable Toronto residents

While solving the problem of food insecurity will require a concerted effort from all levels of government, there is a great...

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