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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13 hours ago

Ready, Set, PLAY! physical literacy program launched with Paralympic gold medallist Paul Rosen

In a bid to get Toronto kids more active, the city officially launched its Ready, Set, PLAY! physical literacy program on...

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15 hours ago

Queens Quay closed at Lower Simcoe as Toronto police investigate suspicious package

A portion of Queens Quay is closed off and a downtown condo building has been evacuated following reports of a suspicious...

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Aug 23, 2016

Toronto train derailment should serve as ‘wake-up call’: Counc. Josh Matlow

A train derailment that saw 1,100 litres of diesel fuel spilled just north of the Annex has local politicians pushing for...

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Aug 23, 2016

Sinai Health System selects Dr. Gary Newton as new president and CEO

Dr. Gary Newton is set to assume a role as the new president and CEO of the Sinai Health System (SHS). Newton, a graduate...

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Aug 23, 2016

Hundreds join Olivia Chow, Mike Layton in honouring late NDP leader Jack Layton

Hundreds of people came out to Riverdale Park West on Monday evening to mark five years since the passing of Jack Layton and...

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Aug 22, 2016

North York’s Ayaz Virani wins Canada’s Walk of Fame’s Emerging Artist Mentorship Program grand prize

After being named grand prize winner of Canada’s Walk of Fame’s Emerging Artist Mentorship Program, Ayaz Virani’s star is...

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Aug 22, 2016

Toronto animal activist Anita Krajnc to begin trial for giving pigs water on slaughter truck on hot day

Downtown Toronto resident Anita Krajnc is set to face trial for the simple act of giving a drink of water to thirsty pigs on...

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Aug 19, 2016

Poodle mauled to death in Scarborough's Thomson Memorial Park

Toronto Animal Services is investigating following an incident which saw a toy poodle mauled to death by a bull terrier mix...

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Aug 18, 2016

Divers can swim with the sharks at Ripley's Aquarium

It turns out Toronto residents don't need a passport and a plane ticket to swim with sharks.

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Aug 18, 2016

Kanye West to open Life of Pablo pop-up store in Toronto this weekend

Toronto fans of hip hop megastar Kanye West can grab some prime Yeezy merchandise at a pop-up store slated to open this...

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Aug 17, 2016

Gary Bettman, Donald Fehr visit Distillery District to announce World Cup of Hockey Fan Village

The Distillery District will be home to a massive Fan Village complete with an ice rink, giant bubble hockey table, NHL...

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Aug 16, 2016

Bobby Orr, Brian Burke speak out against bullying at Night for Change event in Forest Hill

While he made a name for himself outskating opponents and racking up huge numbers, NHL great Bobby Orr’s latest assist –...

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Aug 16, 2016

Bike lane pilot project under way on stretch of Bloor Street

After more than 40 years of wait-and-see, bike lanes on Bloor are finally a reality. The city officially launched a...

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Aug 16, 2016

Dispute over downtown Toronto patio leads to weekend sit-in protest

A dispute over a downtown patio on space that had been designated for public use appears to have been resolved – for now....

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Aug 10, 2016

Former Toronto police detective-turned-artist Tim Packer goes viral on LinkedIn with one of his paintings

Until recently, former Toronto police detective-turned-artist Tim Packer thought LinkedIn was mostly around to help job...

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