Ministry spokesman Matt Blajer said the massive structure is "still fairly unstable" and work is under way to make it safe.
He said the investigation is "fairly complex" and it could take some time to figure out exactly what happened. Blajer said they have three inspectors and two engineers going through the wreckage. They were provided with engineer drawings.
Toronto Police spokesman Tony Vella said criminal charges could result but added that it's early in the investigation.
Live Nation, the company that organized the concert, did not immediately return calls seeking comment Sunday.
Dog gone crazy
The New York Post reported Sunday that former "NYPD Blue" writer Ted Shuttleworth was arrested Saturday at his home in Queens. The Post says Shuttleworth killed his poodle on May 29 when he punched the four-pound dog in the face, causing a traumatic brain injury.
Shuttleworth could face up to a year in prison.
His wife told the Post hat the dog's death was a "horrible accident."
Huh? The dog's face got in the way of your husband's fist?
The Rock Bottom Remainders, a very so-so rock band made up of big-time writers like Amy Tan, Stephen King, James McBride, Ridley Pearson and Scott Turow, is calling it a career after two Southern California shows later this month.
"We've gotten as good as we're ever going to get," said lead guitarist and best-selling humorist Dave Barry, explaining the band's decision.
"You can't get any better," Barry continued. "Well, you actually can get a lot better. But we can't get any better. We're up to almost four chords now, and the Beatles quit at that point, I'm pretty sure."
A federal jury in Louisiana sided with Kevin Costner in the multi-million dollar suit brought against him by Stephen Baldwin.
Baldwin had accused Costner of cheating him and his business partner in a deal to sell oil clean-up devices to BP after 2010's Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
"My name means more to me than money and that's why we didn't settle," said Costner.
Kate Winslet has been honored by Queen Elizabeth II for her titanic contribution to the arts.
The actress, who won a best actress Academy Award in 2009 for "The Reader" and made her breakthrough as the feisty Rose in 1997 blockbuster "Titanic," has been named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire, or CBE, in the queen's Birthday Honors List, published Saturday.
Winslet said the honor made her "very proud to be a Brit."
Actor and director Kenneth Branagh was made a knight and will be known as Sir Kenneth.
Choirmaster Gareth Malone, who inspired thousands to sing with TV shows such as "The Choir" and assembled the best-selling Military Wives singing group, was awarded an OBE, as was actress and 1970s heartthrob Jenny Agutter of "Walkabout" and "Logan's Run" fame.
In an elegant white tent at her oceanfront Malibu compound, Barbra Streisand sang and former President Bill Clinton spoke to a crowd gathered to raise funds for women's heart health.
Guests paid as much as $100,000 per couple to support the Barbra Streisand Women's Heart Center at the intimate fundraising dinner last week at the home Streisand shares with her husband, James Brolin.
Barbra donated $10 million to create the research and treatment facility at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center and solicited million-dollar donations from wealthy friends she called personally. Viacom Chairman Sumner Redstone, NBCUniversal chief Ron Meyer, designer Donna Karan and actors Josh Brolin (Streisand's stepson) and his wife Diane Lane were among the donors and guests.
Barbra said she was motivated to contribute to women's heart health because she "can't stand inequality, whether it's about civil rights, gay rights or gender discrimination."
Heart disease kills more women each year than all cancers combined, but most of the research on the disease for the past five decades has been conducted on men.
"Even in scientific research, women are still treated as second-class citizens," Streisand said, "and to me, that's just unacceptable."
According to Variety, CBS has emerged the winner of a bidding war for the pilot of a primetime gameshow based on the Zynga mobile game "Draw Something" from Sony Pictures TV, Embassy Row and the ubiquitous Ryan Seacrest.
Incredibly, CBS chose to outbid multiple networks for this gem.
Can a Farmville TV show be far behind?
Daily News wire services contributed to this report.