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Toronto Shooting “Unprecedented” In Canadian History

Canada is well-known for hockey, cold weather, and, perhaps most foreign to those of us in the states, an extremely low crime rate. It was famously documented in Michael Moore’s “Bowling For Columbine” that many Canadians don’t even keep their doors locked, and while that sort of trusting mentality surely doesn’t go for every citizen, it does illustrate the general …

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Brett Lawrie Tweets About Almost Getting Shot

Toronto, Canada is well-known to be one of the safest places in North America; that’s why, when shots were fired inside a mall food court over the weekend, Canadians were shocked. Brett Lawrie, third baseman for the Toronto Blue Jays, was there when it happened. An unidentified man–who hadn’t been caught as of Sunday night–fired several shots in the food …

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