A 34-year-old Bolton mother has been charged in the slaying of her 18-month old child.


toddler's body was found earlier today in a car parked in an
underground garage of the Mississauga Executive Centre located directly
across from Square One Shopping Centre.


The woman is to appear later this afternoon in a Brampton courtroom. She will be charged with first-degree murder.


boy's body was discovered just before 8 a.m. after the accused called
police, telling them where to locate her dead child, police say.


The woman was under investigation by the Children's Aid Society.

Police won't confirm a report that the child protection agency was about to take the deceased child and her two other children.

Her other children were located unharmed, police said.

dead child was found in the passenger seat of a silver Honda CRV that
was later towed from Level 1 of the four level parking garage.

It's the Region's sixth homicide of the year.

Police won't reveal how the child was slain or where the killing took place.

An autopsy was to be completed either later today or tomorrow.

Access to the employee parking levels is by security card only, an employee said.

are also expected to examine footage from security video surveillance
cameras of the entrance and underground areas.

"There are several
security features in this building," Peel Const. Wayne Patterson said.
"We hope these features will tell us why here? There are a lot of
questions that need to be answered."

About 5,000 people work in the office building, an employee said.

The underground was quickly cordoned off with yellow tape when officers arrived at the building.

have been allowed to enter the building on foot but nobody has been
allowed to drive their vehicles from the garage throughout most of

"It's still very early in the investigation and there is a lot of work to be done," Patterson said.

identification officers examined the vehicle at the scene before the
vehicle was towed away as it was covered completely by a large white
tarp blocking its features, including its licence plate.

Officers are canvassing the building to see if there is anybody who may have come into contact with the accused.