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Sense: Neighbourhood Vigil and Police Tape

sense: For Cheng, the timing of the tape's removal was significant because it coincided with a neighbourhood vigil in honour of the victims that she helped organize, according to CTV. I think that was really symbolic, she told CTV News Channel on Wednesday. Officers were taking down the yellow police tape that secured the scene where 10 people were killed and more than a dozen injured in a tragedy that shook the city and sent shockwaves across the country. We walk these streets every day and our sense of security was taken away so by coming together and praying and walking, we were blessing our neighbourhood, and reclaiming our sense of security. Even though the tragedy occurred just the day before, James said he witnessed a lot of courage in the midst of the mourners' grief on Tuesday evening. Cheng and co-organizer Jesse James, who created the group We Love Willowdale with her, helped plan a community walk and vigil Tuesday that saw dozens of residents and visitors in the area come together in Olive Square to pay tribute to the victims. ( As reported in the news.