Two people have been injured in a shooting in Toronto during celebrations for the Raptors basketball team.
Last week the team won the NBA championship - the first Canadian team ever to take out the title.
Police said the shooting happened in Nathan Phillips Square during a fan rally for the team, sparking a stampede away from the area.
They say the two people shot have serious but non-life threatening injuries.
Two firearms have been recovered and two people are in custody.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau was among two million fans cheering the NBA champion Toronto Raptors at a victory parade through the city on Monday when the shooting took place, causing many attendees to scatter for safety.
However, the incident caused only a brief pause in the celebratory speeches, which were still going on.
- RNZ / Reuters