Boxing Day shooting
The Boxing Day shooting was a Canadian gang-related shooting which occurred on 26 December 2005 in Toronto, resulting in the death of the White 15-year-old student Jane Creba. Six other bystanders—four men and two women—were wounded. The incident took place on one of Toronto's most crowded streets on a very busy shopping day. The story generated national news coverage in Canada and influenced the then-underway 2006 federal election campaign on the issues of gun crime and street violence.
One Black man pleaded guilty, and another three men, also Black, were convicted of Creba's murder.
Leftist Wikipedia and leftist sources such as the 2016 book What Killed Jane Creba: Rap, Race and the Invention of a Gang War try to frame the Black gang shooting and murder as due to White "systematic racism".