Gun violence continued to plague Toronto overnight with three separate shootings in the city.

A 43-year-old man was shot more than once at a strip mall on Kennedy Road, south of Ellesmere, around 4 a.m. Saturday. Paramedics took him to Sunnybrook hospital in non-life-threatening condition.

The emergency task force was called in to help, and police arrested one man at the scene though it wasn’t clear if he was the shooter.

Around 11:30 p.m. Friday, two men were shot while inside their car on Humber Boulevard, near Black Creek Drive and Weston Road. They drove to the Bloor-and-Jane-street area and called 911.

Police said a 19-year-old man was hit in the leg and a 21-year-old in the arm.

The suspect has been described as a dark-skinned black man in his late teens, five-foot-nine, with a shaved head. He was wearing a white T-shirt.

About two hours earlier, another man was shot on Driftwood Court, near Jane and Finch. He was taken to Sunnybrook hospital in critical condition.

No suspects have been arrested in the case.

These are just the latest in a string of shootings in Toronto this week.

On Monday, two people were killed and 23 others wounded when at least two gunmen fired at each other and then into a crowd at a community barbecue on Danzig Street in Scarborough.

And on Tuesday, Clayton Wright, 42, was shot and killed in the parking lot next to the Eglinton Flats soccer field. Police have charged his brother Winston Wright, 38, with first-degree murder.

Another man, Daniel Davis, 27, was gunned down on Thursday morning in a Lawrence Heights schoolyard.