5 things to know today: Tory officially resigns as mayor of Toronto

John Tory has finally stepped down as mayor of Toronto, struggling RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki is about to retire, and a Canadian man who lost his mother and sister in the Turkiye earthquake struggles to help his brothers and sisters. I’m still my survivor. Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

1. Tory, out: Toronto Mayor John Tory formally sent his resignation notice to the city secretary late Wednesday, five days after abruptly announcing that he would be stepping down.

2. ‘I did my best’: Struggling RCMP Commissioner Brenda Lucki announced that she would be stepping down, saying she would leave knowing that “I did my best.” Lucki says she has decided to retire and her last date will be March 17.

3. Surviving Siblings: Mohammad Ajmal Nikzad of Calgary lost his mother and one of his sisters after the great Turkiye earthquake, and he is trying to get his surviving siblings home to Canada.

4. Haitian Mission: As Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discussed the escalating crisis in Haiti with Caribbean leaders this week, some experts are urging him to stop proposing military intervention.

5. Random Rage: A 65-year-old man walking his dog in Schomberg, Ont., is now fighting for his life. Police said he was shot 13 times after signaling a speeding vehicle to slow down.

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