Police shot and killed the 73-year-old gunman after five people were shot and murdered in a condo complex in a Toronto suburb, according to the authorities.
In a condo in Vaughan, Ontario, one of the York Regional Police’s officers shot and killed the suspect, according to Chief James MacSween.
The police did not name the culprit, the deceased, or the motivation.
According to Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit, the deceased suspect was 73 years old, which gets involved when there is a death or significant injury involving police.
MacSween described the scene as “horrendous” late Sunday. “Six people died.
The subject is one of them.
The remaining five are victims.
According to the police chief, a victim of the suspect’s gunfire was in the hospital and was expected to live.
MacSween stated that he was unaware of any information regarding the shooter’s affiliation with the condominium complex.
Police forced the building to be evacuated, but according to MacSween, the neighborhood is no longer in danger.
On Monday, residents were permitted to go home early.
In Canada, mass shootings are uncommon, and Toronto has long taken pride in being one of the safest major cities in the world.
Anything that would suggest Canadians is becoming more like Americans in their experiences with gun violence makes them anxious.