By Sharif Hassan THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO- Hundreds of first responders and members of the public turned out for a procession to pay tribute to a slain Ontario Provincial Police officer on Friday, as calls grew for the federal government to reform its bail policy. The procession carrying 28-year-old Const. Greg Pierzchala’s body started at the coroner’s office in Toronto and ended in his hometown of Barrie, Ont. about an hour later. Police officers and other first responders lined up outside the coroner’s office to salute Pierzchala as the procession started. Hundreds of people — some civilians, some in uniform — packed onto overpasses along the Highway 400, raising their hands as a sign of respect, as the hearse and police cars with flashing lights passed by. Dozens of
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