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Julie S. Lalonde Apr 23
A year ago today, a misogynist drove a van through the streets of Toronto, fueled by his male entitlement. I wrote this piece last year & I don't know what else to say.
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Toronto Firefighters Jul 22
Today we pause to reflect and remember those whose lives were taken by the tragic and senseless violence that occurred one year ago today. We wish all affected peace of mind. Spread ❤️
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Mark Douglas Apr 23
A small crowd has already gathered at Mel Lastman Square for this afternoon’s ceremony to mark one year since the Toronto van attack that killed ten people. Messages of peace and hope written in chalk are holding up in the light rain.
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Samanta Claus 🇨🇦 Apr 23
April 23rd is the anniversary of a tragic day in the city of Toronto If you are in the position to do so, please help us remember and honour those lives that were lost through an act of kindness today
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Globalnews.ca Apr 23
On April 23, 2018, a vehicle-ramming incident occurred on a stretch of Yonge Street in Toronto. 10 pedestrians were killed and another 16 injured — some critically. Officials reflect on the weight of that day, one year ago. FULL STORY:
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Bonnie Crombie 🇨🇦 Jul 22
Tonight, the clock tower will be dimmed to honour Julianna Kozis & Reese Fallon who lost their lives and the innocent victims injured in the tragedy on the Danforth 1 year ago today. stands with . My heart goes out to all those impacted by this tragedy.
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City of Toronto Apr 23
The Toronto Sign has been dimmed and flags at Toronto City Hall & North York Civic Centre have been lowered to half-mast for the remainder of the day to commemorate those who lost their lives or were injured during the Yonge Street Tragedy.
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Stan Cho Apr 23
Today at 1:30PM, will have a moment of silence to commemorate one year since the Yonge Street Tragedy. Last week I reminded my colleagues at Queen’s Park of our duty to stop hate in its tracks wherever it shows its ugly face.
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Katherine Apr 22
Hall, who was in charge of distributing the funds, said almost all victims of the van attack immediately asked about those who were severely injured. Around a quarter of those receiving funding requested their portion to be allocated to those seriously impacted.
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John Tory Jul 22
The Toronto Sign is lit in blue and white today in support of our Greektown community as we continue to honour the victims of last year’s tragic attack on the Danforth.
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Michael de Adder Aug 12
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Tiffany Jefkins Apr 23
It’s been one year. What splendid sign to walk into today. All my thoughts, not just to the victims and families, but to the often forgotten bystanders & lay-rescuers today. You’re all heroes to me.
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ʙɪɢ ᴡɪʟʟ🍁 Apr 23
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DUNCAN Jul 22
Rest in peace to all those who lost their lives during the Danforth Shooting last year. 🙏🏾🇨🇦
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Scott BlueJaysAlways Apr 23
Prayers to the families of those who lost loved ones 1 year ago today and to the 16 victims who were injured and are still suffering from this tragic attack. 🙏🙏
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Alfredo Colangelo Apr 23
One year after the horrific van attack that killed 10 people and injured 16 more, Toronto will mark the anniversary with several vigils and commemorations.
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Pedro Marques Apr 23
Replying to @joe_cressy
A year later, our city looks like this. There are ways to protect pedestrians without extending a highway’s hulking concrete infrastructure into the pedestrian realm. If we live in fear, terrorism has achieved its goal.
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CBC Toronto Apr 23
Replying to @CBCToronto
Sohe Chung’s family said she had dreams of doing something for society. Chung, 22, was a University of Toronto student studying a bachelor of science in cellular and molecular biology. Illustration/Animation by: Ben Shannon Video editing: Julia Whalen
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CBC Toronto Apr 23
Replying to @CBCToronto
Munir Najjar, 85, was a husband, father and grandfather. His friend Ahmad Kamleh said he was a “beloved friend.” The Jordanian citizen was visiting his son in Toronto at the time of the attack. Illustration/Animation by: Ben Shannon Video editing: Julia Whalen
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Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Apr 23
Today marks one year since the Yonge Street tragedy. Our thoughts are with the victims, families and all those affected. We also thank the first responders, our health system partners and our hospital teams for their strength and dedication. Together we are all
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