"You will always be loved and your love for sports will always be with me while I cheer with you", he wrote on Facebook.
Andrew, who said one pedestrian got hit directly in front of his apartment building, was among hundreds who laid flowers, candles and other tributes around the crime scene near Yonge Street and Finch Avenue.
But portraits of some of the victims of Monday's attack started to develop as those who knew them began speaking out.
D'Amico volunteered at a Canada-based global humanitarian charity called Live Different.
When his father was asked later whether he had any message for the families of the people killed and injured, he said quietly: "I'm sorry". Cesar Palacio. "He's living the worst nightmare ever of his life".
Rodger killed six people and injured 14 others in a stabbing, shooting and vehicle-ramming attack in 2014 near the University of California, Santa Barbara campus. He remembered her as "super-positive, always smiling, a amusing person, always up for a challenge, and really wanted to help people out".
"I remember Anne Marie going into the locker room and helping her pry open the locker to get all of her stuff out there for her because she had to catch a plane that night to leave town", he said. He was ordered back in court May 10.
For reference, "incel" is short for involuntary celibate, a controversial ideology that gained popularity on social media platforms like Reddit and 4chan. "He had several tics and would sometimes grab the top of his shirt and spit on it, meow in the hallways and say, 'I am afraid of girls.' It was like a mantra".
Detective Sgt. Graham Gibson of Toronto police's homicide division said Tuesday that the victims also ranged from mid-twenties to early eighties.
Minassian, who has an imposing physical build, defied a police officer during his arrest. "The one. positive to take away from that day was his (officer's) behaviour".
Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale said there was no information to change Canada's risk level and the "horrendous" events "do not appear to be connected in any way to national security".
Those in the typically bustling neighbourhood where the attack took place said they were struggling to make sense of the violence.
The G7 security ministers' meeting in Toronto focused on addressing violent extremism and preventing the internet from being as a tool for training, propaganda and financing.
"All Canadians are with Toronto today - in our hearts, in our prayers and in our thoughts". Mayor Tory himself stated that there were "a lot of pedestrians" outside that day. "The people who call this city home are shaken right now but we are not broken and we will not be broken".
Premier Kathleen Wynne said that while legislators were all reeling from Monday's incident, they felt it was important to carry on with the democratic process.
"This is exactly the type of de-escalation ... and response to these types of confrontations that we hope to see", said Ontario ombudsman Paul Dube.
On behalf of U.S. President Donald Trump, the State Department posted a tweet from the president expressing sympathy.
One witness, who identified himself only as Ali, said the van mowed down everything in its path: pedestrians, mailboxes, electrical poles, benches and a fire hydrant.