Vigil kept in Toronto church for LGBTQ victims of alleged serial killer TORONTO– A Toronto neighborhood that has actually been rocked by accusations of a serial killer targeting LGBTQ individuals came together to grieve their losses Sunday night.
Feb 4, 2018 8:13 PM by: TORONTO– A Toronto community that has actually been rocked by claims of a serial killer targeting LGBTQ people came together to grieve their losses Sunday night.A candlelight vigil was held at the city’s Metropolitan Neighborhood Church, referred to as among the first organizations to lawfully wed same sex couples in Canada.Attendees lit five
candle lights for the known declared victims of 66-year-old Bruce McArthur, who faces five counts of first-degree murder.A sixth candle light was lit for those still unknown, as authorities say more charges are likely.Senior Pastor Jeff Rock underlined the need to concentrate on inclusivity in the wake of the tragedies.The loaded event in Toronto’s east end was also joined by Mayor John Tory, city councillors and members of the Toronto police.Dialogue and dispute are essential to a complimentary society and we invite and encourage you to share your views on the issues of the day. We ask that you be considerate of others and their pointsof view, avoid personal attacks and remain on topic. To discover our commenting policies and how our community-based moderation works, please read our Neighborhood Standards.