“A City Divided” is a City Susceptible To Gun Violence

June 12, 2012, Torontoist. A vigil for the Eaton Centre shooting brings out passionate pleas for support for low-income neighborhoods in Toronto. Huddled under the red umbrellas of Yonge-Dundas Square, a small crowd gathered in the pouring rain last night, as community leaders spoke their minds about gun violence.

 Named a “Vigil for a United Gun-Free Toronto” and organized by city councillor Kristyn Wong-Tam (Ward 27, Toronto Centre-Rosedale), yesterday’s gathering was in direct response to the Eaton Centre shooting that took place earlier this month, but also spoke to broader concerns about gun violence in Toronto. Read More…

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