The shooting of an 18 year old man inside the Queen Subway station Friday night, spawned a small protest Sunday evening.
About 60 people marched to down to the station, denouncing the shooting and burned an effigy of a pig.
According to the Special Investigations Unit, A teenager holding a gun was inside the subway station when the situation escalated and four officers opened fire.
Witnesses report that the teen was first inside a subway car and told those inside, he didn't want to hurt anyone and he had nothing to live for.
Sunday's protest was organized by a group called Disarm the Police. The group was formed shortly after 18-year old Sammy Yatim was shot by police on board an empty streetcar in July.
The group is calling for police to adopt practices that don't involve use-of-force when dealing with those who are suffering from mental health issues.
The teen shot on Friday remains in hospital, and is in stable condition.