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Canada's ethnic media joined the mainstream media reporting on Toronto's deadly Sunday shooting. A collection of headlines and key points from MIREMS for today's Multicultural Must Read.
Punjabi: Two killed in Toronto shooting rampage
Two people are dead and 14 others injured after a shooting in Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood. Toronto Police say 16 people were shot in total, including the shooter, a 29-year-old man who also died.
Hindi: Concerns over increasing gun violence in Toronto
A woman, 18, and a girl, 10, are dead after a shooting in Toronto's Greektown neighbourhood, police say. The program hosts expressed concerns over increasing gun violence in the City and urged that the community and municipal and provincial authorities must come together to end this violence.
Cantonese: Danforth shooter is identified as Faisal Hussain of Toronto
The SIU has identified the 29-year-old gunman in the horrific shooting on the Danforth that left two people dead and 13 others injured on Sunday night.
Spanish: Shooting in Toronto
A 10-year-old girl and an 18-year-old woman were killed in Toronto. The perpetrator was known to have mental health problems. He died in a shoot-out with police. 13 people were injured in the shooting. The police chief did not want to speculate about motives but admitted that Toronto has a gun-control problem.
Mandarin: Political leaders vow to take united approach to tackling gun violence
Political leaders met in Toronto Monday afternoon to discuss ways in which each level of government could support the city’s efforts in cracking down on gun violence after a mass shooting in Toronto’s Greektown left two dead and 13 injured.