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: 'You're not forgotten any more' Trump tells supporters Former U.S. president George H.W. Bush, wife improving at hospital Making a Canadian mark at the Women's March on Washington John Kerry bids optimistic goodbye at State Department Watch as Mexico's Colima volcano dramatically erupts Feds 'dragging their feet' on suicide crisis: indigenous leaders Video: Bold turkey taunts traffic in North Carolina town Trump: Cabinet selection picks have 'highest IQ' La Loche survivors remember the school shooting Rick Perry refutes past comments about Energy Dept. Trump's Treasury pick Steven Mnuchin faces senators Watch gay rights activists dance in protest against VP-elect Pence Russians brave freezing water to mark Epiphany Roberta Bondar reflects on her history-making space flight Trudeau working with Trump administration to 'support the middle class' Watch as burning Tehran tower block collapses Video: Footage shows inside of Italy hotel hit by avalanche after earthquake Barack Obama says U.S. won't go back on LGBT rights Melania Trump to 'rewrite' position of first lady Trump EPA pick Scott Pruitt talks Flint crisis, global warming Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print 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?