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Toronto Raptors head coach Dwane Casey has a few words with the kids at the Raptors Basketball Academy Monday at Humber College North Campus.

Plaque

Heritage Toronto unveiled a plaque in recognition of the Runnymede Theatre. Pictured here helping with the unveiling are (l-r) Jay Zimmerman of the Bloor West Village Residents Association, Parkdale-High Park Councillor Doucette, Jon Voss, branch manager at Scotiabank in Bloor West Village, Manjit Hansra, owner and pharmacist of Shoppers Drugmart and Mark Warrack, Toronto Heritage spokesperson.

Chester Le shots

A Toronto police officer joins the investigation at the scene of a shooting on Chester Le Boulevard in the Victoria Park and Finch avenues area late Monday night. A vehicle in a housing complex parking lot was found with a shattered window and bullet holes, while several shell casings littered the ground nearby.

Etobicoke Chaos

Etobicoke Chaos girls' novice select softball team won the Etobicoke Novice Select Softball Tournament on July 18 at Eringate Park. The team includes, back row left: head coach Martin Murchie along with coaches Charlie Dempster and Bill Schnellhardt; middle row left: Emma Sturino, Maddie Male, Madison Dempster, Sadie Luisi, Emily Murchie, Micaela Lawrie, Alex Gikas, Rebecca Schnellhardt, Vanessa Downie; front row left: Cassie Ignas, Abbey Prizzon, Mary Howard and Taylor Lum. Missing: Alessia Panzica, Zareen Hossain, Kate Barnes, Tenzin Tsering.

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Members of the Canadian Caribbean Association of Halton steel pan orchestra perform at Allan Lamport Stadium during the Toronto Caribana Festival Pan Alive steel pan competition in this file photo.

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