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September 16th, 2019

1 injured in mall shooting – Canada News – Castanet.net

September 16th, 2019

One person is injured following a shooting at Cross Iron Mall in Rocky View County, Monday evening.

CTV Calgary, quoting an RCMP news release, says police were called to the mall shortly after 7 p.m. for a report of shots fired.

One man was apparently taken to hospital with serious, but non-life threatening injuries.

“The mall is currently “Shelter in Place”. Officers are clearing the mall store by store,” the release stated.

Calgary City Police, who also responded to the scene, tweeted this was not an active shooter incident.

It’s believed to have been a targeted shooting.

“We do not believe there to be any further risk to public,” the tweet stated.

The shooter is still believed to be at large.

More information when it becomes available.

                                                                                                                                  –with files from CTV Calgary

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September 16th, 2019

VIDEO: RCMP Confirm Shooting at CrossIron Mills – DiscoverAirdrie.com

September 16th, 2019

Airdrie RCMP and Calgary Police are currently on scene of a shooting at CrossIron Mills Mall.

At approximately 7:11 p.m., RCMP received a report of shots fired at the mall.

One male has been injured and the suspect is still at large.

The mall is currently in “Shelter in Place” and officers are clearing the mall store by store.

If you have a family member/friend in the mall please know that they will not be released until the mall has been deemed safe.

RCMP are asking that everyone stay away form this area so that they can do their jobs safely.

Calgary Police say “the incident was NOT an active shooter and was believed to be a targeted attack. We do not believe there to be any further risk to public.”

Air 106.1’s Leah Murray is on scene and spoke with a witness.

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Several police and RCMP vehicles are on scene at CrossIron Mills. HAWCS helicopter is providing aerial assistance.

Witnesses report hearing something similar to gunfire but RCMP have not confirmed the nature of the incident.

We will continue to update this story as it unfolds.

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‘Dancing With the Stars’ premiere recap: Who soared in week 1? Who stumbled? – AOL

September 16th, 2019

After taking a year-long hiatus, Dancing With the Stars at last reopened its ballroom doors on Monday, welcoming in 12 new contestants who want to foxtrot their way into America’s heart.

Mind you, Season 28 was already plenty dramatic, even before a single second of the show aired: First, the casting of ex-White House press secretary Sean Spicer prompted backlash on social media, even from DWTS co-host Tom Bergeron. (For his part, Spicer expressed hope that the ballroom would be a “politics-free zone,” which, sure!)

Then, just hours before Monday’s premiere, contestant Christie Brinkley had to drop out after an injury, and daughter Sailor Brinkley-Cook stepped in to take her place for the season. All that, and Len Goodman hadn’t even criticized anyone yet.

But the two-hour broadcast delivered its own share of plot twists, including the reveal of this season’s celebrity/pro pairings and some insight on those “format tweaks” that ABC entertainment president Karey Burke previously teased. (Well, sorta. Bergeron hinted that the judges will get a say in this season’s eliminations… but he won’t give any more details until next Monday’s show. Rude.)

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DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images) SAILOR BRINKLEY-COOK, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
ALLY BROOKE, SASHA FARBER

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
JAMES VAN DER BEEK, EMMA SLATER

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
SEAN SPICER, LINDSAY ARNOLD

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
PETA MURGATROYD, LAMAR ODOM

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
ALAN BERSTEN, HANNAH BROWN

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
KARAMO, JENNA JOHNSON

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
MARY WILSON, BRANDON ARMSTRONG

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
KATE FLANNERY, PASHA PASHKOV

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
LAUREN ALAINA, GLEB SAVCHENKO

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
WITNEY CARSON, KEL MITCHELL

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
RAY LEWIS, CHERYL BURKE

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Let’s revisit how each of the duos fared on Night 1:

* Hannah Brown and pro Alan Bersten (Cha-Cha) — Hannah is actually my pick to win it all, so I was pleased to see her deliver a solid performance on Monday. She was a little wobbly at times, and her Night 1 nerves pushed her a tiiiny bit ahead of the music — but she’s got natural grace, stage presence and a ton of potential. Judges’ Score: 20/30

* Kel Mitchell and pro Witney Carson (Tango) — Anyone familiar with Kel’s comedy work knows he’s a ball of energy… but this tango actually seemed to lose its fun and passion as it went on, despite a strong start. Judges’ Score: 16/30

Kate Flannery and new pro Pasha Pashkov (Cha-Cha) — The dancing in this routine was neither extraordinary nor terrible; it was just sort of… there, you know? That said, who knew Kate had a serious set of pipes on her? Judges’ Score: 15/30

* Lamar Odom and pro Peta Murgatroyd (Foxtrot) — Oof. This was… not great. And I think the routine may have actually suffered from having too few steps? It doesn’t seem that Lamar is destined for the Mirrorball anyway, but he wasn’t given much to do here other than lazily guide Peta from step to step. Also, I legitimately can’t remember the last time — if ever? — that someone got a “3” from a judge. I repeat: OofJudges’ Score: 11/30

* Lauren Alaina and pro Gleb Savchenko (Cha-Cha) — There was some debate among the judges about Gleb’s choreography, and whether this routine contained enough traditional cha-cha content. (I bet you can guess which judge wasn’t impressed.) Regardless, Lauren’s movements were sharp, and she brought just the right amount of sass to her performance… even though I’m unconvinced that “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” is a suitable cha-cha soundtrack. Judges’ Score: 19/30

* Christie Brinkley Sailor Brinkley-Cook and pro Val Chmerkovskiy (Foxtrot) — Dude! She only had three days to learn this! And it was good! I was expecting Val to essentially drag Sailor through this number, but she held her own — with the proper foxtrot frame, no less. Judges’ Score: 18/30

* Karamo Brown and pro Jenna Johnson (Salsa) — Len, Bruno and Carrie Ann had some issues with Karamo’s hip action — the lack of it, that is. But the Queer Eye personality still brought tons of energy, and his firm grasp on the choreography bodes well for the rest of the season. Judges’ Score: 17/30

* Ray Lewis and pro Cheryl Burke (Salsa) — I was not expecting Ray Lewis to be so good at body rolls. But lo and behold: Ray Lewis is good at body rolls. Judges’ Score: 15/30

DWTS Season 28* Mary Wilson and pro Brandon Armstrong (Foxtrot) — It could have just been the soundtrack — “Baby Love” by The Supremes, the group Mary sang in for years — but she looked much more at ease on that dance floor than I had anticipated. I worry that faster routines will trip her up in the weeks ahead — but for now, let’s just focus on those fabulous high kicks she pulled off halfway through the number. Judges’ Score: 17/30

* Ally Brooke and pro Sasha Farber (Cha-Cha) — This number started with an impressive solo section for Ally, who was bold and confident from the moment the music began. Once the actual cha-cha started, though, she seemed to be overthinking her movements, and the execution got a bit clumsy. Still, she’s clearly a contender. Judges’ Score: 16/30

* Sean Spicer and pro Lindsay Arnold (Salsa) — I had expected Sean’s first performance to be pretty weak. (And, well, it was.) I had not expected that fluorescent green shirt… but now I’ll never forget it. Judges’ Score: 12/30

* James Van Der Beek and pro Emma Slater (Tango) — Y’all, we may have a Season 28 winner on our hands. James’ performance was strong, sexy and well-executed on a technical level. The only disappointment? That the actor’s previous “appearance” on Dancing With the Stars — via an episode of Don’t Trust the B— in Apartment 23 — went unmentioned, even though that show aired on ABC. Odd! Judges’ Score: 21/30

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NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Christie Brinkley arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Lamar Odom arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Hannah Brown arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Singer Ally Brooke arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Actress Kate Flannery arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Lauren Alaina arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Actor James Van Der Beek arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Actor Kel Mitchell arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Karamo Brown arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Ray Lewis arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

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Sean Spicer Has Most Embarrassing ‘Dancing With the Stars’ Debut Ever, Period – The Daily Beast

September 16th, 2019

Despite its best efforts, America could not shame Sean Spicer out of joining Dancing With the Stars. So there was the former White House press secretary on the ABC reality show’s 28th season premiere on Monday night, wearing a frilly yellow shirt that evoked Big Bird and a pair of tight-fitting white pants. 

It didn’t get any better after that.

Spicer’s big segment didn’t come until the end of the premiere’s second hour. 

“I was Donald Trump’s first White House press secretary,” he said by way of introduction. “There’s no question my time in the White House was tumultuous.” After a montage of some of the least damning moments from his tenure, Spicer embarrassed himself further by gushing over the tweet Trump put out congratulating him on the reality gig. “It’s nice to have the leader of the free world on your side when it comes to getting votes,” he added. 

Spicer was paired up with season 25 champion dancer Liindsay Arnold, who described her partner as dancing at a “pre-pre-school level,” adding, “He definitely isn’t natural at it.” 

“This wasn’t part of the plan,” Spicer told The New Yorker this week. “Frankly, I’m just making money, trying to enjoy life.” He will reportedly earn a minimum of $125,000 to appear on the show. Even host Tom Bergeron has expressed his displeasure with the casting. 

When it came time to dance, Spicer banged some bongos and attempted a salsa to The Spice Girls’ “Spice Up Your Life,” ending with an exuberant knee slide. 

“What were you doing there?” one of the judges asked when he was done. “It’s like you were being attacked by a swarm of wasps.” The best he could say was that it was “strangely entertaining.” 

“You were off-beat most of the dance,” another added. “But you had fun!” The team ended up getting a total score of 12 out of 30 for the night, just barely beating Lamar Odom, who ended up with 11. 

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‘A Little Late With Lilly Singh’ Review: YouTuber Goes Linear With A Fresh & Unapologetic Perspective – Deadline

September 16th, 2019

Lilly Singh made her transition from online to linear in the best way possible — by premiering the very first episode of her new NBC late-night show A Little Late with Lilly Singh on YouTube before it aired on television.

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Taking over Last Call With Carson Daly, Lilly Singh not only brings her massive “Superwoman” audience from her YouTube following but also a fresh perspective that has been absent from the late-night space — and she immediately makes that apparent in her opening sketch.

The show started with Singh entering a meeting of executives as they talk about what they are going to do for her new show. The room is filled with white men and Singh tries to share her ideas but they try to sculpt her into something she is not. They want her to wear bland suits and do political commentary. She says that is not her and that she wants to “share my perspective…especially being a woman and all.”

The men immediately laugh and say “is your perspective not my perspective?” and continue to say “I’m not sure they people will relate to that!”

Singh responds, “I’m not sure I related to 10 seasons of Friends!” And again, the men laugh as Singh says, “I just want to be myself!”

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Just then, someone’s phone goes off with music to which inspires Singh to tell the men about her and what she wants. The sketch immediately turns into a twerk-worthy, trap-tastic music video with Singh rapping herself and what she wants to bring to the table.

She starts off by spitting the rhymes: “Hello my name is Lilly and I ain’t a white man/My skin has some color and it ain’t a spray tan/I know you’re only used to Jimmys up in the spotlight/but I’m gonna throw some melanin up in your late-night”.

From there, the lyrics start to catch fire: “My writers’ room look like a mini-United Nations/More than 50 percent women and people of all races/And that’s not because I had to, it’s because I could/This the new standard so take note Hollywood”.

Then at one point, she talks about her love life: “I’m about spice up your life/so if you want to be my lover/I put B in LGBT/I’ll take Sansa and her brother”.

The introductory sketch/music video is the best way to debut what we could expect from Singh with her new talk show. She kicks the door down and immediately addresses all of the elephants in the room: being a woman, being a woman of color, her Indian heritage, her sexuality, diversity in Hollywood and how white named Jimmy rule late-night. It’s nearly pitch-perfect and spills into her opening monologue.

“I get it…I’m not your traditional talk show host,” she said in regards to people seeing a woman of color host a late-night show. “The media has mentioned that I am a bisexual woman of color so much that I feel like should just change my name.”

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Singh doesn’t beat the fact that she’s the first woman of color to host a late-night show into the ground. She doesn’t constantly regurgitate jokes about the lack of inclusivity in Hollywood. In fact, she uses that as fuel for her show so that she can possibly pave the way for other hosts of color. Yes, she calls out Hollywood’s treatment of the underrepresented throughout the first episode, but she’s not hinging her show on that. It’s funny, light, yet thoughtful…but at the same time, more people should be calling out Hollywood because if Singh doesn’t do it, who will?

With DJ Daniel providing the tunes and a set that reflects Singh’s personality, the first episode of A Little Late is the perfect half-hour morsel of late-night goodness that’s an ideal balance of sketch, bits, monologue and guest interview. During her premiere, Rainn Wilson made a surprise appearance to give her a “white noise machine” (it’s not really what you think) and she welcomed fellow South Asian Mindy Kaling as her first interview (at one point they say this is the first time two Indians have been on TV together on late night).

Singh comes in hot for her very first episode in the best way possible with jokes, light-hearted fun and authenticity. Being a trailblazing YouTube icon works in Singh’s favor as she knows how to produce great bursts of content and connect with the audience in a short amount of time. A Little Late is thoughtful and crackles with millennial-driven energy without dousing you in emojis. And even though Singh doesn’t aim to be political, her presence alone is hopefully changing the way we think of representation on TV.

Listen to Lilly Singh’s extended interview tomorrow on Deadline’s New Hollywood Podcast.

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Man dead after shooting in Briar Hill-Belgravia area – CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News

September 16th, 2019

Joshua Freeman, CP24.com
Published Monday, September 16, 2019 7:14PM EDT
Last Updated Monday, September 16, 2019 10:37PM EDT

A man has died of his injuries in hospital after being shot at a plaza in the Briar Hill-Belgravia area Monday evening.

Shortly after 6 p.m., Toronto police responded to a shooting near Dufferin Street and Glencairn Avenue.

Police initially said the shots were believed to have come from a moving vehicle. However Det-Sgt. Andy Singh later told CP214 that the shooter is believed to have been on foot.

“The vehicle was here behind me in the parking lot. There was a shooter that came out of that vehicle and proceeded to shoot at our victim. The shooter then got back in that car,” Singh said.  

The victim was rushed to a hospital trauma centre via emergency run, but later succumbed to his injuries.

Yellow police tape cordoned off the plaza as officers scoured the scene for evidence Monday night. Cameras captured officers bagging a firearm at the scene, but police did not confirm whether that is believed to be the weapon used in the homicide.

A vehicle with bullet holes in it was found at the scene. It’s not yet clear if the victim was inside the vehicle when he was shot.

“There is surveillance footage in the area and we are in the process of downloading it,” Singh said.

He added that police are asking any business owners in the plaza who have not yet spoken with police to come forward so that they can obtain as much video evidence as possible.

“Right now there is a shooter out there, so if there’s anybody that has any information about that person or the vehicle that was here, please give us a call,” Singh said.

Singh said the suspect is described as a male who was dressed in black and was possibly wearing a mask.

The suspect was last spotted boarding a white SUV or van that went northbound on Dufferin Street, Singh said.

Singh said that the person who was shot appears to have been the only person who was shot at, but the motive for the killing is not yet clear.

Councillor calls for tougher gun laws

Coun. Mike Colle, who represents the area, came to the scene of the shooting Monday night and said more needs to be done to curb the spate of gun violence that has plagued the city.

“We’re fed up and disgusted that these shootings keep happening,” Colle said.

“The police are working around the clock. We’ve had extra policing in this area since May of this year. The police are out in full force, but the police cannot stop these gun murders by themselves.

“What we need to do is stop these guns from coming across our border. Our border is a sieve.”

He also said more needs to be done “to fix the broken bail system” and toughen laws for gun possession and called on federal and provincial politicians to do so.

“No matter how hard the police work, no matter how hard we work to make this community safe, these guns keep coming in and there’s basically no control of the guns,” Colle said. “We need to do something dramatic and stop making excuses for gun crimes.”

Colle said the victim is a retiree in his 70s, but Singh said he is not identifying the victim yet as he is still working to notify next-of-kin.

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Here are all of the celeb-pro pairings on ‘Dancing With the Stars’ season 28 – AOL

September 16th, 2019

Dancing With the Stars is back, and the partnerships are finally in!

Ever since the season 28 cast was revealed last month, fans have been patiently waiting to find out which pros the stars would be paired up with in the ballroom. ABC later announced that for the first time ever, the celeb-pro pairings wouldn’t be unveiled until premiere night, leading many DWTS sleuths on social media to come up with their own dream teams.

Now, we finally have the official list of season 28 partners, and we’re happy to report that many of the fan guesses were spot-on. Take a look:

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DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images) SAILOR BRINKLEY-COOK, VAL CHMERKOVSKIY

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
ALLY BROOKE, SASHA FARBER

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
JAMES VAN DER BEEK, EMMA SLATER

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
SEAN SPICER, LINDSAY ARNOLD

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
PETA MURGATROYD, LAMAR ODOM

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
ALAN BERSTEN, HANNAH BROWN

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
KARAMO, JENNA JOHNSON

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
MARY WILSON, BRANDON ARMSTRONG

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
KATE FLANNERY, PASHA PASHKOV

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
LAUREN ALAINA, GLEB SAVCHENKO

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
WITNEY CARSON, KEL MITCHELL

DANCING WITH THE STARS – With a lineup of celebrities including a supermodel, a former White House press secretary, a Bachelorette, pro-athletes from the NFL and NBA, a Supreme and a TV icon to name a few, “Dancing with the Stars” is waltzing its way into its highly anticipated upcoming 2019 season. The new celebrity cast is adding some glitzy bling to their wardrobe, breaking in their dancing shoes and readying themselves for their first dance on the ballroom floor, as the show kicks off MONDAY, SEPT. 16 (8:00-10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC. (Craig Sjodin via Getty Images)
RAY LEWIS, CHERYL BURKE

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James Van Der Beek and Emma Slater

Lamar Odom and Peta Murgatroyd

Ally Brooke and Sasha Farber

Karamo Brown and Jenna Johnson

Lauren Alaina and Gleb Savchenko

Kel Mitchell and Witney Carson

Hannah Brown and Alan Bersten

Sailor Brinkley-Cook and Val Chmerkovskiy
(*Replacing her mother, Christie Brinkley)

Kate Flannery and Pasha Pashkov

Mary Wilson and Brandon Armstrong

Ray Lewis and Cheryl Burke

Sean Spicer and Lindsay Arnold

That leaves pros Keo Mostepe and Daniella Karagach without partners, and therefore unqualified to take home a mirrorball trophy this season. 

During the dance competition show’s panel at the D23 Expo in Anaheim, California, last month, executive producer Andrew Llinares revealed that, at the time, he was the only one who knew the celeb-pro pairings.

“Well, we wanted to do something a little different this year… We want to keep it fresh for you guys,” he said. “No one knows their partner but they’ll find out within the next few days because they start training soon.”

“I know [the pairings],” he added, “but we’ll reveal it on premiere nightEveryone keeps coming up to me trying to trick me.”

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NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Christie Brinkley arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Lamar Odom arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Hannah Brown arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Singer Ally Brooke arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Actress Kate Flannery arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Lauren Alaina arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Actor James Van Der Beek arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Actor Kel Mitchell arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Karamo Brown arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

NEW YORK, NY – AUGUST 21: Ray Lewis arrives at the 2019 “Dancing With The Stars” Cast Reveal at Planet Hollywood Times Square on August 21, 2019 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Planet Hollywood International)

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September 16th, 2019

Airdrie RCMP and Calgary Police are currently on scene of a shooting at CrossIron Mills Mall.

At approximately 7:11 p.m., RCMP received a report of shots fired at the mall.

One male has been injured and the suspect is still at large.

The mall is currently in “Shelter in Place” and officers are clearing the mall store by store.

If you have a family member/friend in the mall please know that they will not be released until the mall has been deemed safe.

RCMP are asking that everyone stay away from this area so that they can do their jobs safely.

Calgary Police say “the incident was NOT an active shooter and was believed to be a targeted attack. We do not believe there to be any further risk to public.”

Air 106.1’s Leah Murray is on scene and spoke with a witness.

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Several police and RCMP vehicles are on scene at CrossIron Mills. HAWCS helicopter is providing aerial assistance.

Witnesses report hearing something similar to gunfire but RCMP have not confirmed the nature of the incident.

We will continue to update this story as it unfolds.

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