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: 'America's Next Top Model' contestant murdered in triple homicide Elijah Marsh's family grateful for support: Friend Raw footage of escaped llamas running amok in Arizona Islamic State fighters smash priceless artifacts in Iraqi museum Crash victim records Jaws of Life experience U.S. charges three with conspiring to support Islamic State More than 180 dead after days of avalanches in Afghanistan Sinkhole leads to building collapses in Florida Father of man convicted in Rehtaeh Parsons case arrested Cause of fatal Manitoba house fire still under investigation Bill Gates praises Harper for focus on mother & child health Widow of American Sniper describes last time she saw husband Residential school survivors come face-to-face with the past in new B.C. exhibit Thai students jailed for insulting the monarchy in satirical play Maryland man builds a snow toilet, which is also a half-decent snowplow Ontario Tory MPP says he doesn't believe in evolution Iraqi forces, Islamic State clash for control of key town Iran launches large scale military drills Wynne fires back at PC criticism she is not qualified to make sex-ed decisions Florida police officer disciplined for dragging woman by ankles 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?