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: Trump and family dance to 'My Way' at inaugural ball Donald Trump signs his first executive order as president Barack and Michelle Obama wave goodbye We talk to the excited crowd at Donald Trump's inauguration Inside Canada's Washington embassy on Trump's inauguration day Montreal protesters burn Trump effigy and U.S. flag El Chapo extradition 'a milestone': U.S. prosecutor 'Only America first': Donald Trump's inauguration speech in under four minutes Watch Donald Trump's full inauguration speech Shops closed, streets empty as Gambia awaits resolution of crisis Mike Pence sworn in as U.S. vice president Donald Trump takes oath of office to become president Obamas welcome Trumps to White House Video: Demonstrators around the world protest against Trump Anti-Trump protests get violent in Washington Survivors found under avalanche that hit Italian hotel De Niro, Baldwin and other celebrities demonstrate outside Trump building '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 Comments Share via email Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on LinkedIn Print 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?