TORONTO BLOCK PARTY SHOOTING

The Week That Was: Making Sense of The Senseless

In the wake of the "Dark Knight" shooting, there is the inevitable and understandable desire to seek an explanation -- to make sense of the senseless. Somehow this monstrosity might have been averted -- if gun laws were different, if someone who knew the killer could have stopped the crime in advance, if social welfare programs to treat such sociopaths were improved, if movies didn't encourage such violence. And those thoughts may feel even more urgent to Canadians as our week began and ended with horrific shootings -- on Monday, two people were killed and 24 injured at a Toronto block party.
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Charges Laid In Toronto Block Party Shooting

TORONTO - Toronto police say they've made an arrest in a deadly shooting at a suburban block party.Police say 19-year-old Nahom Tsegazab has been charged with reckless discharge of a firearm.Tsegazab...
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The Quiet After A Bullet Storm

A walk for peace was held Wednesday in the Scarborough neighbourhood where 25 people were shot on Monday night, but some residents in the area say talking about what happened with police is something...
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Twitter Reaction: 'I Now Fear For My Life'

Torontonians woke up shocked by a shooting in the city's east end that left two dead, a bout of violence that police described as "unprecedented." Late Monday night, a outdoor party of more than 200 t...