We unite as one family, one love, one heart, one toronto.
My heart goes out to the victims and families of a senseless act, that happened earlier today.
We are #torontostrong.
We need a little more love and a lot less hate. ❤🇨🇦
Born in this city.
Raised in and around this city.
Love this city with all my heart.
It is broken tonight. 💔
📸: taken when I was involved with the Pan-Am games for 2 weeks in 2015. Still one of the most memorable experiences of my life.
Today was a stark reminder of how fragile life is. How in an instant things can change and cause such a ripple so catastrophic that it will change the landscape of your safe haven forever.
It is with heavy heart that I post this
Toronto: we have been knocked down but we will not be silenced into cowardice reaction. We will rise and show the enemy that #WeTheNorth and are #StrongAndFree
My prayers to the victims and their families
PS in the next few days, you will hear a lot of speculation, even conspiracy theories. None of this matters. Rise above the hatred. One individual does not represent an entire people.
Our hearts are heavy today after this senseless act & horrific incident in our beautiful city. We are sending our love and prayers to all of the victims, families, and first responders.
As a reminder, if you are feeling distressed or feel your anxiety is heightened after today’s events; know you are not alone. “Instead of avoiding our feelings, it is important to recognize them. You are not alone in these feelings and reaching out to a loved one for support is recommended,” he continues. “If you feel overwhelmed to the point where your anxiety and distress is something you cannot cope with on your own (this is not uncommon and it is important to not judge yourself for this), have compassion for yourself, and reach out to a mental health professional to help you through it.” — Dr.M.Bhatia Toronto based clinical psychologist. —
The GTA is equipped with many amazing crisis & warm lines for you to make use of. Listed below are a few:
Toronto Distress Centre: 416-408-4357
Kids Help Phone: 1-800-668-6868
Gerstein Centre: 416-929-5200
Victim Services Toronto: 416-808-7066
The PARO 24 Hour Helpline: 1-866-435-7362
LGBT Youth Line: 1-800-268-9688 — to note, CMHA in all regions have a great responders on their crisis/warm lines as well.
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Our thoughts and condolences go out to all those affected by the tragic events that have occurred here in Toronto today.
My wife and I were both born and raised in Toronto and consider ourselves blessed to have lived and worked in one of the safest and most inclusive cities in the world.
We would like to thank the first responders for their efforts and wish all those injured a full and speedy recovery.
I’m sharing an incredible image of the the city taken by my brother @glens.lenz 💙💜💚 🇨🇦
Our hearts go out to the victims and their families of today’s terrible tragedy 🙏 #torontostrong 🇨🇦 ⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋⸋
📸 by: ✨@dp.ey✨
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