Vigil planned tonight to mark first anniversary of Greektown shooting
Toronto's Greektown community is expected to gather tonight to remember the victims of a mass shooting last summer.
The vigil, set to begin at sunset, marks the first anniversary of the tragedy, which left two people dead and 13 others injured.
It happened on a busy stretch of Danforth Avenue when a lone gunman went on a shooting rampage before killing himself.
Eighteen-year-old Reese Fallon and 10-year-old Julianna Kozis were killed in the shooting.
Their names will be read aloud at a parkette where Fallon was with a group of friends celebrating a birthday when the shots rang out.
Church bells will ring and the community will hold a moment of silence.
A commemorative ceremony was held Sunday at a nearby park where the community gathered for a moment of silence.
Police have said the motive for the attack is not known, but the gunman, Faisal Hussain, had a long history of mental health issues.