Two separate stabbings in Toronto overnight

Both victims sustained non-life threatening injuries

Shortly after 1am Wednesday, emergency services responded to a stabbing near Albion Road and Kipling Avenue. A 25-year-old male had been cut seven times, but remained responsive. Toronto police say he wasn't forthcoming in identifying his attacker(s).  

In the second incident early Wednesday, a 21-year-old man was stabbed outside a restaurant near Yonge Street and Hillcrest Avenue in North York. Two men were arrested and taken into police custody.  

Both victims sustained non-life threatening injuries and are expected to recover.

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