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In pictures: Life on Toronto's Danzig Street, after the shooting

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Life is slowly getting back to normal on Danzig Street in Toronto’s Scarborough neighbourhood, where two young people were killed and several others injured when a gunfight broke out at a barbecue on July 16, 2012. Here, a child plays in the backyard of a home on Danzig Street on July 19.

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A woman sits on her front porch on July 19, 2012 across the street from where a shooting happened on July 16.

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Children play on Danzig Street, as they do every day, while adults speak to reporters about their community and the violence there.

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A home on Danzig Street in Toronto’s Scarborough neighbourhood.

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Two officers from a Toronto Community Housing safety unit patrol while children play on Danzig Street in Toronto on July 19, 2012.

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A boy plays basketball by himself on a small court on Danzig Street in Toronto on July 19, 2012.

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A child plays on Danzig Street in Toronto on July 19, 2012.

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A small memorial has grown on Toronto’s Danzig Street where Shyanne Charles died in the shooting July 16, 2012.

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A passerby stops to look at a memorial for Joshua Yasay, 23, and Shyanne Charles, 14, both of whom died in the Danzig Street shooting on July 16, 2012.

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