Monday, September 20, 2021

Man dead after Etobicoke shooting

A man in his 20s has died of his injuries in hospital after a shooting in Etobicoke early Friday, Toronto police say. The shooting happened in a parking area near the entrance to a highrise condo complex on Eva Road, near The West Mall and Burnhamthorpe Road. Emergency crews were called to the scene at 12:47 a.m. (CBC)

Gunman opens fire at Halloween party, four dead, several more wounded

ORINDA, Ca. - A gunman killed four people and injured several others in a mass shooting at an off-campus college Halloween party in an Airbnb in California. Police rushed to Lucille Way, Orinda County, at around 11pm on Thursday, where more than 100 young people had been partying in a rented property. (Daily Mail)

30 arrested after shots fired at Surrey AirBnB house party

Dozens of people were detained by RCMP overnight Saturday after reports of multiple shots fired at a house party in Surrey. Police descended on the area of 55A Avenue and Bakerview Drive around midnight, and officials say they found evidence of more than a dozen shots fired outside a home and close to the street. (Global News)

Grammy-nominated rapper shot dead in L.A.

LOS ANGELES - Nipsey Hussle, the skilled and respected rapper who earned a Grammy nomination this year for his major-label debut and was heavily respected in South Los Angeles where he grew up, has died, authorities said. He was 33. (Toronto Sun)

Man dead in Halifax drive by shooting

HALIFAX - A 19-year-old Halifax man died shortly after midnight from injuries in a shooting on Scot Street in Halifax early Friday evening, said regional police in a press release issued early Saturday morning. The name of the victim was not released because his next of kin had not been notified.  The case is now a homicide investigation. The release said  "there is no suspect(s) information at this time." (The Chronicle Herald)

Sherwood Park woman killed in officer-involved shooting

EDMONTON - Alberta’s provincial police watchdog is investigating after a woman was killed in an officer-involved shooting in Strathcona County Monday. (Edmonton Journal)

Atlanta shootings a tragedy, but not a hate crime

It's been amusing watching the political left set their hair on fire over the Atlanta shootings.It must have been a hate crime they claim. After all, they were all Asians. Well except for the two found-ins in the wrong place at the wrong time, folks whom the left simply ignore. Its embarrassing really. First off, the Asians involved were the furthest thing from the outstanding citizens killed by a depraved killer. Well, he was nothing of the sort. He is a disturbed young man obsessed with pornography and sex in general with whomever he can get it. The Asians killed were  . . how to be gentle here. . .ladies who give rub and tugs. These shops are all over the place and yes Canada too. They're a dime a dozen across Canadian cities. Remember the sainted Jack Layton? His 2010 election for the Prime Minister's job came unglued when he got found naked in one of these shops in the 700 block of Dundas Street in Toronto. He tried to claim when the police came in on a child sex trafficking investigation he was only there for a shiatsu. While standing, talking to a naked man the officer could barely contain his mirth. Tip: if you are going to claim you are only in a massage parlour for a shiatsu massage, don't get naked without a towel. I don't blame the women in these places.They are just trying to earn a living. Without English or marketable skills,  this is what they are left with. But, the blame...

Nova Scotia mass killing began with attack on girlfriend

HALIFAX — A source close to the investigation says a killer’s murderous rampage across Nova Scotia began with him attacking and binding his girlfriend, and that she managed to escape and eventually give crucial details to police.(Toronto Sun)
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  • Man, 50, dead in vehicle after targeted shooting

    TORONTO - A man in his 50s is dead after he was shot while sitting in his car near Keele and Sheppard. Toronto Police inspector Mandeep Mann says a single shot was fired from another car in the area, and believes the shooting was targeted. (680 News)

    Employee being fired kills five co-workers, wounds five police officers

    AURORA, Ill. - A 15-year employee being fired from a suburban Chicago manufacturing company started shooting Friday, killing five co-workers and wounding five police officers before he was killed by police, authorities said. (National Post)