York Regional Police say a 13-year-old student was arrested after making “Columbine 2.0” threats on social media regarding Clearmeadow Public School in Newmarket, Ont.

Posts made on Facebook threatened a mass shooting at the school.

The York District School Board said Clearmeadow PS would be closed Wednesday as a precaution. Students and staff switched to distance learning for the day.

Police said no one was injured and no weapons were found.

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Due to the age of the accused, under the Juvenile Justice Act, the young teenager could not be identified.

YRDSB said the school will reopen Thursday.

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“We have confirmed with the York Regional Police that there is no threat to the school and regular operations will resume tomorrow,” the school board said in a statement. statement. “There is also no reason for concern or additional safety measures other than those that are already in place at other school locations.”

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