Despite the devastation following the Boston Marathon bombings, Toronto officials recently announced they don't have any plans on bringing in additional security officers for the city's GoodLife Marathon in May. According to the Toronto Star, Constable Wendy Drummond said city officials will be reevaluating the situation; however, she doesn't believe anything will be done since there doesn't appear to be any connection between Toronto and the Boston incident. GoodLife Marathon race director Jay Glassman told the source it will be important for officials to wait until all the facts are in before any final decisions are made.
According to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Toronto City Manager Joe Pennachetti said he and other officials' main concern is making sure the runners and the public feel safe not only in the weeks leading up to the GoodLife marathon but the day of the event as well.
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