More than 100 attend candlelight vigil for victims of Vaughan, Ont., condo shooting rampage

More than 100 people have gathered at a candlelight vigil on Wednesday night for five victims of a weekend shooting rampage at a condominium north of Toronto.

Rita Camilleri, Vittorio Panza, Russell Manock, Helen Manock, and Naveed Dada were killed, and one woman was seriously injured on Sunday night when a 73-year-old gunman opened fire at the Vaughan, Ont., building, before he was shot dead by police.

The vigil is taking place at the courtyard outside Vaughan City Hall until 9 p.m. ET.

Mayor Steven Del Duca is expected to deliver remarks. Attendees have brought candles in honour of the victims.

Doreen Di Nino’s husband has identified her as the lone survivor of the shooting and says she is resting in hospital after emergency surgery.

Three separate photos are shown. The first to the left is a man smiling and looking to his right, the next is a woman smiling at the camera holding a mug, and the last is a man with glasses smiling at the camera.
Naveed Dada, 59, (left), Rita Camilleri, 57, (middle) and Vittorio Panza, 79, are three of five victims who died during a Sunday night shooting at their condo complex. CBC News is working to obtain photos of the other two victims. (Naveed Dada/LinkedIn, Rita Camilleri/Facebook and Carmela Pirri/Facebook)

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