Shooting victim aspired to be a police officer Add to ... CTV News Published Wednesday, Jul. 18, 2012 9:57AM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Jul. 18, 2012 9:57AM EDT Joshua Yasay, the second victim of Toronto's deadly mass gang shooting on Monday, was an active volunteer who had dreams of being a police officer Watch More Video: Emma Watson calls Trudeau cabinet's gender parity 'inspiring' Malaysian plane downed by Russian-made missile, investigators say Former Israeli president, PM Shimon Peres dies Duke and Duchess of Cambridge get a taste of Kelowna, B.C. Video: Clinton vs. Trump: The Globe's Doug Saunders dissects the debate Kerry: U.S. to review removing Colombia's FARC from terrorism list Bird's eye view of war-ravaged Aleppo Missed the debate? Everything you need to see in under five minutes Clinton and Trump find some common ground on guns during debate Hear how the crowd was the third player in the debate Video: Trump: ‘My strongest asset, maybe by far, is my temperament' Gloves come off early during Trump and Clinton debate Prince George says no to Trudeau's high five as Canada welcomes Royals Prince William and Catherine meet Vancouver mothers battling addiction Prince William, Catherine and children arrive in Canada Warning: Graphic content. Charlotte police videos show frantic scene around fatal shooting Warning: Graphic content. Video shows deadly North Carolina police encounter Keith Scott Weiner faces investigation after report of teen girl chats Young N.Y. boy offers to 'adopt' child injured in Syrian air strike Aleppo hit hard again, hopes fade for truce Comments AA More Related to this Story Video: Friends pay tribute to slain teen Video: Toronto community struggles with grief following mass shooting Video: Do you feel Toronto is safe?