Peel Police reported that three Ontario men were found dead after what appears to have been a night of partying in a Mississauga condo on Wednesday.\nThe call came in just after 1:30 p.m. on August 19 when three men were found without vital signs in the same apartment unit.\nCBC reports that all three males were in their 30s.\n\n\nEditor's Choice: Sheriff's Office Still Insists Ujiri Was The 'Aggressor' In 2019 Incident After New Video\n\n\n“\n\nThree adult men located deceased in a unit of a condo building.\n\nPeel Regional Police\n\nConst. Sarah Patten confirmed that a man woke up after a night of drinking and drug use to find three of his friends without vital signs, CBC reports.\nParamedics were called and the trio was confirmed to be deceased. Police are awaiting the coroner's report to confirm the cause(s) of death.\nConst. Heather Cannon added, per CTV, that police are treating the case as "a suspicious death." At this point, though, the exact circumstances are uncertain.\nThe incident took place in a condo located near Burnhamthorpe Road and Confederation Parkway in Mississauga.