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31 December 2002

Ottawa Citizen (Ontario)

TORONTO — Toronto's homicide rate jumped four-fold in the second half of 2002 thanks to a rash of brazen tit-for-tat killings fuelled by "guns, gangs and drugs," the city's police force says. Staff-Insp. Bob Clarke, head of the homicide squad, said yesterday Canada's biggest city is set to record 60 homicides in 2002, roughly equal to the city's 20-year average despite significant population growth in that period. What's troubling, he said at a news conference, is... (

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