Cox, who owns shooting ranges in Calgary and the Toronto area as well as retail outlets in the United Kingdom, said council's call for a ban on handguns is futile.
Police are trying to determine a motive and how the killer obtained the murder weapon, a semi-automatic handgun that is illegal in Canada. He was later killed by police. Neither professionals, nor medication nor therapy could help him, they said.
"While we did our nest to seek help for him throughout his life of struggle and pain, we could never imagine that this would be his devastating and destructive end".
"Our hearts are in pieces for the victims and for our city as we all come to grips with this awful tragedy", the statement said.
"On Monday we didn't reopen to mourn the lives lost", Kilanis said.
Police Chief Mark Saunders said he would not speculate on a motive but did not rule out terrorism.
The violence hasn't stopped some from bringing their families to some of the city's most popular attractions, such as the affected Greektown area. Local politician Nathaniel Erskine-Smith confirmed the 18-year-old victim was Reese Fallon, a recent high school graduate who planned to study nursing.
His family said he was struggling with psychosis and depression.
"An engaging student, Reese Fallon graduated from Malvern CI just last month and was highly regarded by staff and loved by her friends", John Malloy, director of education at the Toronto District School Board, said in a statement. The wounded ranged in age from 17 to 59.
Dr. Najma Ahmed of St. Michael's Hospital said five patients were admitted in serious or critical condition, with three of them undergoing immediate lifesaving surgery.
Thirteen others were injured in the shooting and the gunman, identified as 29-year-old Faisal Hussain, was found dead nearby.
Police said the gunman had used a handgun. She locked the door and shut off the lights, not knowing what was happening outside.
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They say she is from Markham, Ontario, and her family is requesting privacy during their time of grief. They ran to the back to the restaurant and hid under a table.
"We're here to show that we're not scared and that we're going to pick ourselves up and the community up". Earlier reports said nine people had been shot. Nobody was with her.
Police, paramedics and other first responders descended on the scene, while people, some in their pajamas, emerged from their homes to see what was happening.
Canadian authorities have released the name of the 10-year-old girl killed on Sunday in a mass shooting in Toronto.
"The government would know that I have two kids, two cars", Di Danieli said. Toronto has long prided itself as being one of the safest big cities in the world.
"At this stage, we have no evidence to support these claims", Saunders said.
When asked whether the city would find a permanent way to honour her memory, Scarpitti said it's not out of the question but that the family deserves time to heal.
In a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau in May of this year, more than 75 people including some wounded in the Quebec City shooting and family members of those killed urged the Liberal government to ban rifles like the one carried by mosque shooter Alexandre Bissonnette.
"The Incel Rebellion has already begun!" read the post, using the term incel to refer to "involuntarily celibate".
Hours after the fatal shooting, in an apparently unrelated incident, a man with a knife was arrested during a military ceremony on Parliament Hill in Canada's capital, Ottawa. No one was injured.
Canada overhauled its laws after the country's worst mass shooting in 1989, when gunman Marc Lepine killed 14 women and himself at Montreal's Ecole Polytechnique college.