Police in Toronto arrested the death of a 51-year-old woman who was stabbed in the Toronto subway system Wednesday night.
A 19-year-old man from Toronto was detained by members of the provincial police of southern Georgia in Ontario and charged with murder of the first degree.
CBC News learned from a source close to the investigation that the accused son of the victim was.
The police were called to the Food Court at King Street West and Bay Street Bay at around 19:10. where Rae Cara Carrington was found with several stab wounds. Extraordinary crew could not revive.
Carrington was declared dead on the scene, and the police said the attack was attacked.
CBC News learned that Carrington was living in a shelter for homeless people, known locally as "Aime". CBC News has agreed that women will not be identified because they are part of a vulnerable community.
On the food where she was working on a sandwich counter, vendors said Carrington was always smiling, so she was gently named "Rae of Sunshine".
On Friday, her post was transformed into a memory, with flowers near the city where she died.
Wednesday's attack took place not far from the city where Rosemarye Junor, a newly-married couple, was mortally stabbed in Martini's shopping mall in 2015 by a stranger Rohinie Bisesar, who was found to be criminal in late last year.
The 19-year-old allegedly appeared at the Old Town Hall on Saturday at 10 am.
Anyone who has information on where the man is, until his arrest on Friday, should contact the police at 416-808-7400 or leave anonymous advice with the criminals at 416-222-TIPS (8477).