The province has announced a coroner’s inquest into the shooting death of Andrew Loku by police.
The 45 year old was gunned down on July 5 near Rogers and Caledonia after he refused to comply with demands to drop a hammer.
The Special Investigations Unit ruled last month the officers didn’t exceed the range of justifiable force.
That sparked an outcry from the community and led to protests at police headquarters by Toronto’s Black Lives Matter coalition.
They were calling for charges to be laid against the officers involved and they also wanted the officer identified and video footage of the incident to be made public.
A date for the inquest was not announced.