The life of the Toronto shooter Faisal Hussain

Toronto shooter’s neighbors knew nothing of mental illness

The special investigation service of Ontario reported that the unknown, who on Monday night was shot in Toronto 15 people, was 29-year-old Faisal Hussein.

Reacting to the "terrible tragedy" in the early hours of Monday, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tweeted: "The people of Toronto are strong, resilient and courageous - and we'll be there to support you through this hard time". "We will mourn those who were lost for the rest of our lives", Hussain's family said in a statement. The interventions of professionals was unsuccessful.

Sinha said the association condemns Hussain's actions, but said discussing them exclusively in the context of his mental illness risks doing other patients a disservice.

"Although we during the whole of his life, full of pain and suffering, tried to help him, we even could not imagine that his departure will be so devastating", - is spoken in the relatives of Faisal.

"Nothing prepares us for the news of a tragedy like the one that took place in Toronto Sunday, especially one that affects children and youth, and happened so close to home", Louise Sirisko said in a statement.

When the teacher pressed Hussain about why he wanted to do such a thing, he simply shrugged it off, explaining he "just felt it would be really cool to kill somebody". Hussain was shot dead, but it's unclear whether it was from his own gun or a bullet from police.

ISIS had claimed credit for the Sunday night attack which killed an 18-year-old woman and a 10-year-old girl.

Flags at Toronto City Hall as well as at Fallon's former high school, Malvern CI, were lowered to half-staff.

She said it's important that the community comes together because residents of Greek town need support and positivity.

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Fallon was going to attend McMaster University and was known for her work with the young Liberals political group, CNN partner CBC reported.

The 13 people wounded range from ages 17 to 59, police said. "I hugged him", Aamir Sukhera told the National Post Monday.

However, Canadian investigators said on Tuesday there was no national security risk following the mass shooting. "And it doesn't seem he said anything or did anything online", he said.

"I never saw that he was violent or hyper", Khan said.

Police have not yet said how Hussain acquired a handgun, but a source told CP24 that the gun is illegal in Canada and came from the United States.

Still, though mass shootings are rare in Canada's largest city, Toronto police had deployed dozens of additional officers over the weekend to deal with a recent rise in gun violence.

Markham Mayor Frank Scarpitti said the city would lower its flags to honour the girl and that the community north of Toronto had been shaken and hurt by this "senseless act of violence".

"It's good to see the street getting back to normal and they're not changing the way they live", said Dave Maugham, who grew up in the area and returned with his wife to have lunch at a local cafe.

The claim was made through the ISIS "news" agency Amaq, which did not offer any evidence for its claim, such as the "martyrdom video" often made by ISIS terrorists before they launch suicide attacks.

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