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: P.E.I. boy describes 'chaos' when he hauled in mammoth tuna TV station outlines Virginia shooter's troubled work history Globe photographer captures striking images of polar bears as they roam a harsher Arctic Clinton on gun crime: Not going to "sit around while good people die" Dalhousie beefs up security after former medical student charged Harper says other parties' spending plans will 'inevitably' lead to higher taxes Harper targets issue of underemployment among newcomers Welcome to 'Dustbin Estate': The poor community build in a Nigerian garbage dump Massive 'haboob' spawns dust wall across Phoenix Ten years and $14 billion later, New Orleans better protected Watch as a sinkhole opens up, sucks in pedestrians in China Thai police look into Turkish connection in Bangkok blast WDBJ7 early show back on air after journalists' killing Boyfriend of slain reporter shares special photo album, talks about their 'genuine' love Slain reporter, cameraman mourned at TV station Smaller newborn panda twin dies at Washington's National Zoo Doctors group calls for parents to prove immunization to schools Sheriff: Shooting 'stopped me in my tracks' Liberal candidate calls Joe Oliver's cancelled men's club event 'inappropriate' Virginia police say shooter is dead from self-inflicted gunshot wound 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?