Toronto's gun-violence summit Add to ... CP Video Published Monday, Jul. 23, 2012 7:51PM EDT Last updated Monday, Jul. 23, 2012 7:58PM EDT In the wake of recent mass shootings in Toronto, police and political leaders met Monday to come up with a plan to combat crime. Mayor Rob Ford says people are sick of the violence Watch More Video: 'They didn't deserve to die': Aunt of drowned Syrian boys speaks Father of drowned Syrian toddlers to return to Kobani Stephen Harper chokes up while speaking about photo of drowned migrant boy Hungary becomes focal point for migrant crisis in E.U. Aunt of Syrian migrant boy recounts her brother's story of losing his children at sea Kentucky clerk found in contempt for not issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples War criminal ice cream? China presents ice-cold Tojo on a stick Hungarian authorities hold up train packed with refugees for hours Massive military parade shows off China's might, complete with perfect goose stepping China puts on huge show of force at parade Thomas Mulcair pledges $28-million in youth sports funding Biden promotes 14 years of free education for all Migrants resume protests in Budapest, several arrested Elizabeth May quips Energy East pipeline should 'transport beer' Stephen Harper vows tax credits for resource sector Mrs. Universe gets political European migrant crisis leaves asylum policies in tatters Nanaimo council meeting erupts in boos, sign-waving and walkouts over dam decision Obama stares down melting Alaska glacier, speaks to climate change 'urgency' Trudeau pledges to build 'resilient' green infrastructure Comments AA More Related to this Story Ontario pledges $12.5-million to combat gun violence, but won't pay for more police Watch Video: Victim of Toronto shooting remembered Video: Do you feel Toronto is safe?