Police say they made five arrests after a fireworks event in the city of Toronto on Victoria Day, having arrested 19 people in the same area the day before.
The force says a fireworks display was held along Ashbridges Bay Monday night and was largely peaceful.
Police say three people have been arrested for setting off fireworks in the area, including a 19-year-old man who aimed fireworks at a crowd.
Police also allege that two people were arrested on a transit bus after making gun threats.
A recovered firearm was considered a replica and one person was released without charge.
Police say they are still investigating the stabbing of a 23-year-old man during an altercation.
Police say they arrested 19 people on Sunday in the Ashbridges Bay and Woodbine Beach area.
They say crowds of people would set off fireworks that night, sometimes pointing at other people. There were also reports on Sunday evening about a shooting, a stabbing and two robberies at gunpoint.
Police said seven officers were among the injured, including one who broke a leg and three others who were burned or cut by fireworks allegedly thrown at them.
City ordinances prohibit the possession of fireworks on beaches and parks.