Apr 29, 2018
By Christine Ross
Politicians and religious leaders will join mourners in Toronto Sunday night to remember those killed and injured Monday after a van plowed into dozens of pedestrians. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Premier Kathleen Wynne are both attending the vigil though neither is scheduled to offer remarks. Speakers include rabbis, an imam and a Buddhist monk. Prior to the vigil, mourners will take part in a walk of healing and solidarity along the route where the tragic event occurred. Toronto Mayor John Tory tweeted that it will be a chance for the city to show the world how it responds to tragedy. On Friday, officials released the names of all eight women and two men who were killed in the incident. Sunday’s vigil begins at 7, and the walk of healing starts at 5:30.