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: Harper uses props, sound effects to mount attack on Liberal pledges 'Only the NDP defeats Conservatives,' Mulcair tells B.C. supporters 'Canadians deserve better': Trudeau responds to Harper's attack on Liberal tax claims Trump: 'I'm not going anywhere' North Korea celebrates 70th anniversary of Workers Party Video captures moment of deadly Turkey blast At least 30 dead in Turkey blasts Explained: Canada's voting system (and how changing it would affect this election) Trudeau calls Harper's refugee policy 'disgusting' Malcolm-Jamal Warner opens up about Bill Cosby Surveillance Video Shows Hero Airman in Brawl Trump takes credit for McCarthy ending Speaker quest Grisly cattle mystery in B.C. leaves cows murdered, farmers spooked Clinton calls out GOP for 'ugly rhetoric' on immigration Stephen Harper speech interrupted by multiple protesters Harper says PMO 'never involved' in refugee applications Surveillance video shows daring escape of 17-year-old kidnap victim Police: Stone Stabbing 'Unfortunate Altercation' Conservatives committed to ratifying TPP: Trade minister Zunera Ishaq defends her right to wear a niqab for her citizenship ceremony 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?