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16 January 2006

St Petersburg Times (Florida)

The day after Christmas, 15-year-old Jane Creba was shopping on Toronto's high-fashion Yonge Street when a hail of bullets shattered the happy holiday mood. Creba was killed and six others wounded, all caught in a shootout between rival gangs. The death of the star student and athlete was Toronto's 52nd gun-related homicide of 2005, a record for Canada's largest city. It and other high-profile shootings have made violent crime — especially gun-related crime — a... (GunPolicy.org)

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