A man has died in Edmonton after an early morning shooting on Christmas morning according to the Edmonton Journal.
The Journal reports that: “Police and Emergency Medical Services responded to the scene after the victim was shot at a multi-unit housing complex at 117 Street and 106 Avenue around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Investigators say the man had been attending a Christmas party that spilled outside before he was shot.”
If this lethal incident is determined to be a homicide, it will be the 26th in Edmonton this year.
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