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: Palestinian killed after stabbing Israeli Life ring found in missing ship search Relatives of an Oregon shooting victim speak out South Carolinians kayak in streets after Joaquin's deluge Close encounter with Syria missile strike caught on camera Palestinian kills two in Jerusalem, then shot dead Harper says marijuana is 'infinitely worse' than tobacco U.S. 'may have hit Afghan hospital' B.C. health officials are warning flu vaccine will under-perform Shooting victims in stable condition at hospital Kenney says the niqab represents a 'misogynistic view of women' Oregon Governor calls for conversations on gun control Drunk driving suspect 'devastated' by fatal crash: Lawyer Grey whale spotted off Vancouver shore, gives kayaker once-in-a-lifetime experience Bear tranquilized in tree near B.C. school Man retires after 35 years of work, without a single sick day This glass bridge gives you a 591-foot view out the bottom Listen to the emergency call from the Oregon shooting Vigil held for family devastated by Ontario crash Opposition leaders outline focus for final election debate 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?