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Reports of shooting during Toronto Raptors' NBA championship parade

USATODAY.com Monday, 17 June 2019
Shots were fired during the Raptors' NBA championship parade in Toronto on Monday, the Toronto Police Operations Centre announced on Twitter.
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News video: Raptors and their fans celebrate NBA title with massive victory parade and rally.

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Historic first NBA title for Canada draws massive crowd of fans onto Toronto streets

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