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Gun Violence Toronto

Gun violence in the city has reached new heights in recent weeks.
A man showed up at a Toronto hospital claiming he was wounded in a drive-by shooting, but police soon concluded that he was
Toronto police on Wednesday night were searching for suspects after a shooting in the city’s northwest end in which a 15
On Friday night in Toronto, people marched for peace. Then the shooting began anew. Toronto hip-hop artist P. Reign hosted
2012-04-27-mediabitesreal.jpg Isn't it impressive how every Torontonian with a newspaper column knows exactly how to prevent vicious gang violence? Truly, they have all the answers. In less blood-soaked news, the London Olympics are almost upon us, and you know what that means: time for the papers to be filled with bitter editorials about how horrible the Olympics are! (You won't be disappointed!)
What to do about gun violence in Toronto -- or anywhere else, for that matter? Well, contrary to prevailing opinion, there's a lot that can be done. For starters, we (the police and government) should determine who is doing the shooting. Unfortunately, "Profiling" is a taboo word for many, especially human rights zealots who equate "profiling" with bullying or unfairly picking on a portion of the community.
Three young men who have been shot dead in Toronto over the past six weeks have been laid to rest in the same cemetery in