Toronto's gun-violence summit Add to ... CP Video Published Monday, Jul. 23 2012, 7:51 PM EDT Last updated Monday, Jul. 23 2012, 7:58 PM 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: Prince William reacts to Mandela's death from London premiere South Africans mourn, celebrate Mandela British PM David Cameron calls Mandela the 'hero of our time' Raw: Violence Sweeps Central African Republic U.N. responds to crisis in Central African Republic Nelson Mandela is 'a lesson in grace': Bono Bono on the optimism of Nelson Mandela The life of Nelson Mandela Editorial cartoonist Brian Gable picks his top cartoons of 2013 Bob Geldof on the 'unshackled' Nelson Mandela Toronto councillor assures Rob Ford is receiving no special treatment 'You are who your friends are' supporters react to Ford news The art of drawing Rob Ford City business normal despite Rob Ford: Toronto deputy mayor 'Where's security?' Rob Ford asks as media follow him through City Hall How has Rob Ford's power 'conditioned' the police's response, asks Adam Vaughan Officials release 911 audio tapes from Sandy Hook shooting More Ford allegations in newly released documents Toronto councillors react to new Ford allegations 'They're still running. They're still shooting,' says 911 caller at Sandy Hook 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?