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CanadaMan dead after shooting overnight in Scarborough

15:30  12 january  2019
15:30  12 january  2019 Source:   cbc.ca

Man, 69, found dead on grounds of Quebec City retirement home

Man, 69, found dead on grounds of Quebec City retirement home Quebec City police say the man fell from a second-floor balcony and was discovered lying on the ground in front of the facility by an employee around 7 a.m. The man lived there for many years, and had recently moved into a new wing for semi-autonomous people, the family told Radio-Canada. An autopsy will be performed to determine the cause of death — which is not believed to be criminal, according to police. The company overseeing the property, Cogir Management, issued a statement Wednesday afternoon offering its condolences to the family and affirming the building's safety.

One man is dead following a shooting inside an Etobicoke home late Monday night. Questions surround two deaths in Scarborough . Homicide detectives have taken over an investigation into the deaths of two people at a Scarborough Junction apartment building on Tuesday afternoon.

A shooting in the city's east end on Friday night has left a male believed to be in his 20s dead . A man believed to be in his 20s is being treated for serious injuries after a shooting in Scarborough . Kayla Goodfield, CP24.com Published Friday, April 6, 2018 8:28PM EDT Last Updated Friday, April 6

Man dead after shooting overnight in Scarborough © John Hanley/CBC A Toronto police officer enters a building early Saturday after the city recorded its fourth homicide of the year.

A man is dead after a shooting inside a Scarborough apartment building early Saturday, Toronto police say.

Police were called to 100 Dundalk Drive, near Kennedy Road and Highway 401, at midnight for a report of a shooting.

When officers arrived, they found a man suffering from "obvious signs of trauma," according to Det. Rob North of Toronto police's homicide squad.

The man was pronounced dead at the scene, North said. Next of kin have not been notified yet.

Police said the homicide is Toronto's fourth of the year.

Fatal stabbing marks Toronto's 1st homicide of year

Fatal stabbing marks Toronto's 1st homicide of year Toronto has recorded its first homicide of 2019 after a man was stabbed to death in a highrise apartment building in Scarborough early Sunday. Emergency crews were called to 40 Gordonridge Place, near Danforth Road and Midland Avenue, shortly after midnight. When officers arrived, they located a man with life-threatening injuries. He had been stabbed in his upper body area. Attempts were made to save his life but he was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Toronto police's homicide squad has taken over the investigation. Police said no suspect information was available.

Man found dead after daytime Scarborough shooting marks new homicide record: Toronto police. A 17-year-old boy is dead and another teen is in critical condition following a shooting in Scarborough early Sunday. Toronto police said officers responded to a call at Milford Haven Drive and Greenock

A teenager has been pronounced dead after a shooting in Scarborough on Friday evening, Toronto paramedics say. Toronto police say that a man was transported to the hospital without vital signs after a reported shooting in Scarborough .

Man dead after shooting overnight in Scarborough © John Hanley/CBC John Hanley/CBC

Officers are canvassing the area for evidence and have taped off an entrance to the building as they investigate.

No suspect information was available.

North is expected to provide an update about the fatal shooting later on Saturday morning.

Man arrested, charged with murder after reported shooting in Cache Creek, B.C..
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