Newspaper article The Canadian Press

In the News Today, July 22

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

In the News Today, July 22

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In the news today, July 22

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Four stories in the news for Monday, July 22

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VIGIL ON FIRST ANNIVERSARY OF DANFORTH SHOOTING

Members of Toronto's Greektown community will gather tonight to remember the victims of a mass shooting last summer. The vigil -- set to begin at sunset -- marks the first anniversary of the tragedy, which left two people dead and 13 others injured. It happened on a busy stretch of Danforth Avenue when a lone gunman went on a shooting rampage before killing himself. Eighteen-year-old Reese Fallon and 10-year-old Julianna Kozis were killed by the gunfire. Their names will be read aloud at a parkette where Fallon was with a group of friends celebrating a birthday when the shots rang out. Church bells will also ring and the community will hold a moment of silence.

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TWO MEN GO MISSING IN NORTHERN B.C. NEAR WHERE A BODY IS FOUND

RCMP in northern B.C. are searching for two young Vancouver Island men whose vehicle was discovered on fire Friday in the same area where police say a body was found. Officers investigating a vehicle fire about 50 kilometres south of Dease Lake, B.C., received information that led them to find a body at a highway pullout two kilometres from the scene of the fire. Dease Lake is about 470 kilometres southwest of where 23-year-old an Australian man and his American girlfriend were found murdered earlier in the week. Police say investigators "are sharing information" about the two cases as they try to determine whether they might be linked.

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FOUR YEARS ON, THE FUTURE OF 24 SUSSEX STILL UNCERTAIN

Nearly four years after Justin Trudeau opted not to move into the prime minister's official residence over concerns about its crumbling state, the building remains vacant -- except for staff who use the kitchen to prepare meals for the Trudeau family. And David Flemming, with Heritage Ottawa, says no one expects the National Capital Commission to decide the fate of 24 Sussex until after the October federal election. …

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