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Man dead, two other people critical after triple shooting in Mississauga – CP24 Toronto’s Breaking News

October 22nd, 2019

Joshua Freeman, CP24.com
Published Tuesday, October 22, 2019 10:27PM EDT
Last Updated Wednesday, October 23, 2019 12:00AM EDT

A man has been pronounced dead and two other people are in hospital in critical condition following a triple shooting on a highway in Mississauga Tuesday night.

Police, firefighters and paramedics were called to the northbound Highway 410 ramp to Derry Road for reports of a shooting at around 9:48 p.m.

Three victims – two men and a woman – were found inside a vehicle at the scene.

One of the men was found without vital signs, Peel Regional Paramedic Services said. The other two victims were both rushed to hospital with critical injuries.

Peel police later confirmed that the man who was found without vital signs was pronounced dead.

Ontario Provincial Police said it was not immediately clear where the shots came from.

There is a heavy police presence and some road closures are in effect in the area as officers investigate. 

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Emotional ‘Voice’ night has Gwen, Kelly, fans, everyone in tears – Yahoo Celebrity

October 22nd, 2019

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="When we&nbsp;last left The Voice, Team Gwen’s Kyndal Inskeep had won her Battle Round against James Violet, but coach Gwen Stefani had attempted to save James, while John Legend had attempted to steal. Whatever would James decide??? This Tuesday, that mini-cliffhanger was resolved when James — despite the fact that Gwen had set aside her one Save for him, and as a result had&nbsp;inadvertently let another great singer, Kiara Brown, slip away&nbsp;— ultimately defected to Team Legend. “I am so horrified,” Gwen lamented. “Nothing that I had planned out for today went as I planned. I can’t believe I lost James. We had such a good thing going.”” data-reactid=”25″>When we last left The Voice, Team Gwen’s Kyndal Inskeep had won her Battle Round against James Violet, but coach Gwen Stefani had attempted to save James, while John Legend had attempted to steal. Whatever would James decide??? This Tuesday, that mini-cliffhanger was resolved when James — despite the fact that Gwen had set aside her one Save for him, and as a result had inadvertently let another great singer, Kiara Brown, slip away — ultimately defected to Team Legend. “I am so horrified,” Gwen lamented. “Nothing that I had planned out for today went as I planned. I can’t believe I lost James. We had such a good thing going.”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Yes, Gwen was disappointed, but it was later in the evening, during her Battle between team members Jessie Lawrence and Rose Short, that she was reduced to tears. Everyone was reduced to tears, actually. Gwen was crying. Kelly Clarkson was crying. Rose was crying the instant she was introduced to guest mentor will.i.am, and she cried again when coach John Legend praised her performance. Jessie and Rose may have been singing the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” but many people on the show were feeling their tear ducts Tuesday night.” data-reactid=”26″>Yes, Gwen was disappointed, but it was later in the evening, during her Battle between team members Jessie Lawrence and Rose Short, that she was reduced to tears. Everyone was reduced to tears, actually. Gwen was crying. Kelly Clarkson was crying. Rose was crying the instant she was introduced to guest mentor will.i.am, and she cried again when coach John Legend praised her performance. Jessie and Rose may have been singing the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” but many people on the show were feeling their tear ducts Tuesday night.

Both Jessie and Rose have harrowing backstories (Jessie spent his childhood in foster care; Rose, a 34-year-old former corrections officer, grapples with insecurities about her looks, weight, and age), so their emotions were heightened during rehearsals. This was especially true for Rose, whose eyes quickly welled up again after will.i.am told her, “When I saw you, I was like, ‘Wow, she powerful. She command attention.’ You may think you fighting something, but somebody else looking at you like, I need that in my life.’”

And so, the story arc was clearly set up for the blossoming Rose’s teary-eyed triumph. Her happy post-performance tears brought tears to Kelly’s eyes, which, in turn, brought tears to viewers’ eyes. One fan tweeted: “When Kelly cries, we all cry,” while other fans were just generally verklempt, like one person who tweeted: “Everyone on #TheVoice is crying so of course I’m crying. #stopthat.”

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But there was no need to shed sad tears for Jessie just yet. This was a very evenly matched Battle, with both contestants bringing the power-vocals and swag, and so Gwen of course used that one remaining Save — the one rejected by James — on Jessie. When Gwen’s offscreen boyfriend/onscreen rival Blake Shelton hit his button to steal Jessie, Gwen freaked out so wildly, I thought she was going to start crying tears of rage, but it was all good: It turned out Blake had only done this to demonstrate his support for Jessie. “I’m not gonna make a pitch to you because [Gwen’s] the coach for you, but I wanted to show you how much respect I have for you and how much you deserve to be on this show, dude,” he explained. And his thoughtful gesture had everyone sobbing all over again.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Aw. Blake’s a real keeper. And so is Jessie, apparently, because he stayed on Team Gwen. But not everyone could stay, of course. These were the other two, only slight less emotional Battles of Tuesday’s A Very Special Episode of The Voice:” data-reactid=”32″>Aw. Blake’s a real keeper. And so is Jessie, apparently, because he stayed on Team Gwen. But not everyone could stay, of course. These were the other two, only slight less emotional Battles of Tuesday’s A Very Special Episode of The Voice:

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Team Blake: Cory Jackson vs. Zach Bridges, "Should’ve Been a Cowboy"” data-reactid=”33″>Team Blake: Cory Jackson vs. Zach Bridges, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Last season, Blake dominated with his country contestants, so he kind of screwed himself over — as Kelly was all too eager to point out — by setting up this “battle of the beards” between two very commercial country singers. Kelly was also right to note that these guys should be a duo. (“I wish there was a ‘duo button’!” she said. Not a bad idea, actually. Certainly a better idea than last season’s Cross-Battles and Comeback Stage.) It was a shame that Kelly didn’t have any Steals left in play, because she was so excited during this performance that I bet under different circumstances, she would’ve stolen whichever contestant Blake didn’t pick. I thought Cory had the prettier and more interesting tone (his falsetto was lovely), but Zach showcased the kind of marketable, “recordable” baritone that always does well on this show — and the kind of voice Blake always favors. So, Cory was sent home… but if The Voice doesn’t work out for Zach, maybe Cory and Zach can form a duo after this season is over.” data-reactid=”34″>Last season, Blake dominated with his country contestants, so he kind of screwed himself over — as Kelly was all too eager to point out — by setting up this “battle of the beards” between two very commercial country singers. Kelly was also right to note that these guys should be a duo. (“I wish there was a ‘duo button’!” she said. Not a bad idea, actually. Certainly a better idea than last season’s Cross-Battles and Comeback Stage.) It was a shame that Kelly didn’t have any Steals left in play, because she was so excited during this performance that I bet under different circumstances, she would’ve stolen whichever contestant Blake didn’t pick. I thought Cory had the prettier and more interesting tone (his falsetto was lovely), but Zach showcased the kind of marketable, “recordable” baritone that always does well on this show — and the kind of voice Blake always favors. So, Cory was sent home… but if The Voice doesn’t work out for Zach, maybe Cory and Zach can form a duo after this season is over.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Winner: Zach” data-reactid=”35″>Winner: Zach

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<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Team Legend: Marybeth Byrd vs. Dane &amp; Stephanie, “Burning House”” data-reactid=”38″>Team Legend: Marybeth Byrd vs. Dane & Stephanie, “Burning House”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Dane, a trans man, struggled during rehearsals — not just with his confidence, but with his voice, which is still changing as he takes hormones. “I'm scared to crack at that note,” he admitted. This was a unique physical challenge never seen before on The Voice, but John and guest mentor Usher encouraged Dane to push his vocals into his largely untested upper range. (“There is a giant monster inside of Dane,” Usher attested.) And it was inspirational to see how much Dane progressed and improved by the time he finally stepped onto the main stage. His harmonies with both Stephanie and country-folk singer Marybeth were gorgeous, or, in Kelly’s words, “magical.” Where was the “trio button” when the show needed it? In all seriousness, though, Marybeth was the solo standout here, more ready for prime time. Blake even predicted that Marybeth will make the finale. Again, it really was too bad that Kelly had already used her Steal; she confessed that she would’ve recruited the twins for her team if she’d had the chance.” data-reactid=”43″>Dane, a trans man, struggled during rehearsals — not just with his confidence, but with his voice, which is still changing as he takes hormones. “I’m scared to crack at that note,” he admitted. This was a unique physical challenge never seen before on The Voice, but John and guest mentor Usher encouraged Dane to push his vocals into his largely untested upper range. (“There is a giant monster inside of Dane,” Usher attested.) And it was inspirational to see how much Dane progressed and improved by the time he finally stepped onto the main stage. His harmonies with both Stephanie and country-folk singer Marybeth were gorgeous, or, in Kelly’s words, “magical.” Where was the “trio button” when the show needed it? In all seriousness, though, Marybeth was the solo standout here, more ready for prime time. Blake even predicted that Marybeth will make the finale. Again, it really was too bad that Kelly had already used her Steal; she confessed that she would’ve recruited the twins for her team if she’d had the chance.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Winner: Marybeth” data-reactid=”44″>Winner: Marybeth

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Kylie Jenner has filed to trademark ‘rise and shine’ and Twitter is so over it – USA TODAY

October 22nd, 2019
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Cosmetics mogul Kylie Jenner is cashing in on a sweet “mom moment” that went viral. USA TODAY

Once again, Kylie Jenner has proven she never fails to seize a marketing opportunity.

The 22-year-old has filed to trademark the phrase “rise and shine,” a line that became a meme last week when footage of Jenner singing the phrase to her 1-year-old daughter, Stormi, went viral.

In addition to the standard “rise and shine,” Jenner also wants to trademark the less formal “riiise and shiiinnee.” The latter trademark would cover clothing while the former would also apply to cosmetics.

Jenner’s trademark request has drawn backlash on Twitter, with many ridiculing the business decision as excessive.

More: ‘Rise and shine’: American flight attendant channels Kylie Jenner, sings to passengers

“Kylie Jenner is really trying to trademark rise and shine…..” one user wrote.

“I think it’s so funny that kylie jenner is trying to trademark ‘rise and shine’ sis it was just a funny meme for the week nothing more nothing less lmao,” wrote another.

“Those ‘Rise and Shine’ videos of Kylie Jenner were funny until she started doing too much by making sweatshirts and now trying to trademark it,” another wrote. “Like why can’t she just let it be funny and leave it alone?”

USA TODAY has reached out to Jenner’s rep for comment.

More: Kylie Jenner hospitalized, will miss planned cosmetics rollout at Paris Fashion Week

This is not the first time Jenner has filed a controversial trademark application. In 2016, the beauty mogul attempted to trademark the name “Kylie” – a move singer Kylie Minogue opposed.

According to documents, KDB Pty Ltd. filed a Notice of Opposition on behalf of Minogue in February of that year, claiming that granting Jenner the desired trademark would dilute Minogue’s brand. It also mentions that the singer is “known worldwide simply as ‘Kylie,'” and that Minogue registered the domain www.kylie.com in 1996.

More: Kylie Jenner singing ‘Rise and Shine’ in an epic mom voice has taken the internet by storm

Along with establishing Minogue’s longtime presence, the notice was quick to shade Jenner, calling her a “secondary reality television personality who appeared on the television series ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians’ as a supporting character, to Ms. Jenner’s halfsisters.”

More: Kylie Jenner? Self-made billionaire? Twitter’s aflutter about makeup mogul’s new status

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Apple Watch calls 911 after man falls down New Jersey cliff – WABC-TV

October 22nd, 2019

Liberal minority ‘best-case scenario,’ says B.C. Assembly of First Nations chief – CBC.ca

October 22nd, 2019

After four years of a majority government, B.C.’s chief of the Assembly of First Nations says a Liberal minority is the “best case scenario” Indigenous people could have hoped for from this election. 

Terry Teegee says it’ll allow them more input and scrutiny over decisions made in Parliament.

“I think to some degree the Liberal Party have been positive in terms of collaborating on policy changes such as child welfare and minorities,” said Teegee.

“But I think other parties such as the NDP and then, in terms of climate change, the Green Party would be more receptive and possibly bring forward a more Indigenous perspective.”

Teegee says all three parties have, for example, committed to implementing the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.

The declaration, also known as UNDRIP, is an international document that sets minimum standards for nation states’ interaction with Indigenous Peoples.

In a Tuesday news release, the assembly laid out its list of key priorities for the federal government. It includes implementing UNDRIP, funding for First Nations welfare services, the recommendations from the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, treaty rights over fisheries, and jurisdiction over cannabis on First Nations’ territories.

It also celebrated the election of Indigenous candidates across the country, in particular that of Jody Wilson-Raybould as an independent for the riding of Vancouver Granville.

“Jody Wilson-Raybould is probably the story of the election. Having the really daunting task to get re-elected as an independent and she did it, and it really speaks to her leadership.”

Teegee adds it’s an opportunity for the Assembly of First Nations to work with Wilson-Raybould on bringing private members bills to the House of Commons.

Despite his satisfaction with the results, Teegee says the campaign was overall disappointing for Indigenous people and Canadians.

“We didn’t hear enough about Indigenous issues such as clean drinking water. How are we going to deal with the issue of clean drinking water for First  Nations communities in Canada?”

He says they’re willing to work with any party on the issues of clean drinking water and funding for First Nations children.

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Emotional ‘Voice’ night has Gwen, Kelly, fans, everyone in tears – Yahoo Celebrity

October 22nd, 2019

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="When we&nbsp;last left The Voice, Team Gwen’s Kyndal Inskeep had won her Battle Round against James Violet, but coach Gwen Stefani had attempted to save James, while John Legend had attempted to steal. Whatever would James decide??? This Tuesday, that mini-cliffhanger was resolved when James — despite the fact that Gwen had set aside her one Save for him, and as a result had&nbsp;inadvertently let another great singer, Kiara Brown, slip away&nbsp;— ultimately defected to Team Legend. “I am so horrified,” Gwen lamented. “Nothing that I had planned out for today went as I planned. I can’t believe I lost James. We had such a good thing going.”” data-reactid=”25″>When we last left The Voice, Team Gwen’s Kyndal Inskeep had won her Battle Round against James Violet, but coach Gwen Stefani had attempted to save James, while John Legend had attempted to steal. Whatever would James decide??? This Tuesday, that mini-cliffhanger was resolved when James — despite the fact that Gwen had set aside her one Save for him, and as a result had inadvertently let another great singer, Kiara Brown, slip away — ultimately defected to Team Legend. “I am so horrified,” Gwen lamented. “Nothing that I had planned out for today went as I planned. I can’t believe I lost James. We had such a good thing going.”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Yes, Gwen was disappointed, but it was later in the evening, during her Battle between team members Jessie Lawrence and Rose Short, that she was reduced to tears. Everyone was reduced to tears, actually. Gwen was crying. Kelly Clarkson was crying. Rose was crying the instant she was introduced to guest mentor will.i.am, and she cried again when coach John Legend praised her performance. Jessie and Rose may have been singing the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” but many people on the show were feeling their tear ducts Tuesday night.” data-reactid=”26″>Yes, Gwen was disappointed, but it was later in the evening, during her Battle between team members Jessie Lawrence and Rose Short, that she was reduced to tears. Everyone was reduced to tears, actually. Gwen was crying. Kelly Clarkson was crying. Rose was crying the instant she was introduced to guest mentor will.i.am, and she cried again when coach John Legend praised her performance. Jessie and Rose may have been singing the Weeknd’s “Can’t Feel My Face,” but many people on the show were feeling their tear ducts Tuesday night.

Both Jessie and Rose have harrowing backstories (Jessie spent his childhood in foster care; Rose, a 34-year-old former corrections officer, grapples with insecurities about her looks, weight, and age), so their emotions were heightened during rehearsals. This was especially true for Rose, whose eyes quickly welled up again after will.i.am told her, “When I saw you, I was like, ‘Wow, she powerful. She command attention.’ You may think you fighting something, but somebody else looking at you like, I need that in my life.’”

And so, the story arc was clearly set up for the blossoming Rose’s teary-eyed triumph. Her happy post-performance tears brought tears to Kelly’s eyes, which, in turn, brought tears to viewers’ eyes. One fan tweeted: “When Kelly cries, we all cry,” while other fans were just generally verklempt, like one person who tweeted: “Everyone on #TheVoice is crying so of course I’m crying. #stopthat.”

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But there was no need to shed sad tears for Jessie just yet. This was a very evenly matched Battle, with both contestants bringing the power-vocals and swag, and so Gwen of course used that one remaining Save — the one rejected by James — on Jessie. When Gwen’s offscreen boyfriend/onscreen rival Blake Shelton hit his button to steal Jessie, Gwen freaked out so wildly, I thought she was going to start crying tears of rage, but it was all good: It turned out Blake had only done this to demonstrate his support for Jessie. “I’m not gonna make a pitch to you because [Gwen’s] the coach for you, but I wanted to show you how much respect I have for you and how much you deserve to be on this show, dude,” he explained. And his thoughtful gesture had everyone sobbing all over again.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Aw. Blake’s a real keeper. And so is Jessie, apparently, because he stayed on Team Gwen. But not everyone could stay, of course. These were the other two, only slight less emotional Battles of Tuesday’s A Very Special Episode of The Voice:” data-reactid=”32″>Aw. Blake’s a real keeper. And so is Jessie, apparently, because he stayed on Team Gwen. But not everyone could stay, of course. These were the other two, only slight less emotional Battles of Tuesday’s A Very Special Episode of The Voice:

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Team Blake: Cory Jackson vs. Zach Bridges, "Should’ve Been a Cowboy"” data-reactid=”33″>Team Blake: Cory Jackson vs. Zach Bridges, “Should’ve Been a Cowboy”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Last season, Blake dominated with his country contestants, so he kind of screwed himself over — as Kelly was all too eager to point out — by setting up this “battle of the beards” between two very commercial country singers. Kelly was also right to note that these guys should be a duo. (“I wish there was a ‘duo button’!” she said. Not a bad idea, actually. Certainly a better idea than last season’s Cross-Battles and Comeback Stage.) It was a shame that Kelly didn’t have any Steals left in play, because she was so excited during this performance that I bet under different circumstances, she would’ve stolen whichever contestant Blake didn’t pick. I thought Cory had the prettier and more interesting tone (his falsetto was lovely), but Zach showcased the kind of marketable, “recordable” baritone that always does well on this show — and the kind of voice Blake always favors. So, Cory was sent home… but if The Voice doesn’t work out for Zach, maybe Cory and Zach can form a duo after this season is over.” data-reactid=”34″>Last season, Blake dominated with his country contestants, so he kind of screwed himself over — as Kelly was all too eager to point out — by setting up this “battle of the beards” between two very commercial country singers. Kelly was also right to note that these guys should be a duo. (“I wish there was a ‘duo button’!” she said. Not a bad idea, actually. Certainly a better idea than last season’s Cross-Battles and Comeback Stage.) It was a shame that Kelly didn’t have any Steals left in play, because she was so excited during this performance that I bet under different circumstances, she would’ve stolen whichever contestant Blake didn’t pick. I thought Cory had the prettier and more interesting tone (his falsetto was lovely), but Zach showcased the kind of marketable, “recordable” baritone that always does well on this show — and the kind of voice Blake always favors. So, Cory was sent home… but if The Voice doesn’t work out for Zach, maybe Cory and Zach can form a duo after this season is over.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Winner: Zach” data-reactid=”35″>Winner: Zach

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<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Team Legend: Marybeth Byrd vs. Dane &amp; Stephanie, “Burning House”” data-reactid=”38″>Team Legend: Marybeth Byrd vs. Dane & Stephanie, “Burning House”

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Dane, a trans man, struggled during rehearsals — not just with his confidence, but with his voice, which is still changing as he takes hormones. “I'm scared to crack at that note,” he admitted. This was a unique physical challenge never seen before on The Voice, but John and guest mentor Usher encouraged Dane to push his vocals into his largely untested upper range. (“There is a giant monster inside of Dane,” Usher attested.) And it was inspirational to see how much Dane progressed and improved by the time he finally stepped onto the main stage. His harmonies with both Stephanie and country-folk singer Marybeth were gorgeous, or, in Kelly’s words, “magical.” Where was the “trio button” when the show needed it? In all seriousness, though, Marybeth was the solo standout here, more ready for prime time. Blake even predicted that Marybeth will make the finale. Again, it really was too bad that Kelly had already used her Steal; she confessed that she would’ve recruited the twins for her team if she’d had the chance.” data-reactid=”43″>Dane, a trans man, struggled during rehearsals — not just with his confidence, but with his voice, which is still changing as he takes hormones. “I’m scared to crack at that note,” he admitted. This was a unique physical challenge never seen before on The Voice, but John and guest mentor Usher encouraged Dane to push his vocals into his largely untested upper range. (“There is a giant monster inside of Dane,” Usher attested.) And it was inspirational to see how much Dane progressed and improved by the time he finally stepped onto the main stage. His harmonies with both Stephanie and country-folk singer Marybeth were gorgeous, or, in Kelly’s words, “magical.” Where was the “trio button” when the show needed it? In all seriousness, though, Marybeth was the solo standout here, more ready for prime time. Blake even predicted that Marybeth will make the finale. Again, it really was too bad that Kelly had already used her Steal; she confessed that she would’ve recruited the twins for her team if she’d had the chance.

<p class="canvas-atom canvas-text Mb(1.0em) Mb(0)–sm Mt(0.8em)–sm" type="text" content="Winner: Marybeth” data-reactid=”44″>Winner: Marybeth

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1 dead, 2 critically injured in Mississauga shooting – 680 News

October 22nd, 2019

One person is dead and two others have been seriously injured after a shooting in Mississauga on Tuesday night.

Officers were called to the Highway 401 northbound ramp to Derry Road area shortly before 10 p.m. for reports of a shooting.

Peel police initially said three victims were involved but the extent of injuries were unknown.

Paramedics later confirmed one man was pronounced dead and another man and one woman suffered life-threatening injuries.

On Wednesday, police said the two surviving victims are now listed in serious condition in hospital.

The circumstances surrounding the shooting are unknown at this time.

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Inside Huawei’s first 5G phone: Teardown reveals rush to innovate – Nikkei Asian Review

October 22nd, 2019

Google clarifies when Stadia Founder’s and Premiere Edition ships – 9to5Google

October 22nd, 2019

Apple hints iOS 13.2 launching before Oct. 30 – Cult of Mac

October 22nd, 2019