Three Brampton schools in hold-and-lock after stabbing

Three schools in Brampton are in a hold-and-secure situation after a stabbing at Cardinal Leger Catholic Secondary School on the first day of classes.

Emergency personnel were called to the school just after 11 a.m. and are searching for a suspect, who may be armed after leaving the high school on foot.

St. Mary School and McHugh Public School are also in a hold-and-secure as a precaution. The victim suffered minor injuries.

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