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The candidate's campaign is currently paused.
Toronto Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong has been asked to pause his campaign by the Liberal Party after a dropped sexual assault charge from 2019 has come to light.
The Toronto Star reported that Vuong was charged with sexual assault in 2019. However, according to the Toronto Star, the charge was withdrawn later that year.
Trudeau said the Liberal party first learned about the allegations from the Toronto Star's report and "are looking into it very carefully," and have "asked the candidate to pause his campaign."
"First of all, as you said, we are a party that always takes seriously any allegations or reports of sexual harassment or intimidation or assault that has been clear from the very beginning. As you also pointed out, we only learned about these serious allegations yesterday through the work of the Toronto Star. We are looking into it very carefully, and we have asked the candidate to pause his campaign," said Trudeau.
When asked if Vuong would be able to sit as a Liberal if he wins his seat, Trudeau responded, "We're looking into it right now, we've asked him to pause the campaign and we're trying to find out more."
Vuong told the Toronto Star in an interview that he wishes to "unequivocally state that these allegations are false" and says that he "vigorously fought" the charges up until they were dropped in November 2019.
Vaccine certificates come into effect September 22.
In eight days you may want to start carrying your ID and proof of vaccination as a staple piece in your wallet.
Ontario is rolling out vaccine certificates on September 22 and Ontarians will need to show proof of full vaccination, two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine with the last dose being at least 14 days ago, in order to enter some public spaces.
The Ontario Government just released a comprehensive list of indoor spaces where patrons will need to show proof of vaccination along with a piece of ID to enter.
These spaces include:
- any indoor spaces for concerts, cinema, theatres
- indoor restaurants, bars and other food establishments
- indoor and outdoor spots with dancing like night clubs and restoclubs
- indoor areas of horse racing tracks, car racing tracks
- commercial film and tv studios with live audiences indoors
- indoor waterparks
- indoor sporting events with spectators
- casinos, bingo halls, gaming establishments
- indoor areas for sports and recreational fitness, including, personal fitness training
- convention centres, banquet halls, conferences, and other meeting spaces
- strip clubs, bathhouses and sex clubs.
Businesses and other establishments listed will be required to review and confirm proof of vaccination before allowing guests to enter. Some exemptions do apply, as there are two valid medical exemptions for vaccine certificates.
Health Canada has a robust website with all the latest information on the vaccines and can answer any questions you may have. Click here for more information.
There's a sex map of other places too.
This article contains graphic content that might not be suitable for some readers.
Canadians appear to have been getting busy during the lockdown, and a tiny town out west has officially been tapped as the "kinkiest city" in the country.
"The 'Kinkiest City in Canada' can be revealed as Lions Bay, British Columbia - a quaint residential town that grabs the #1 spot in multiple categories including bondage and butt plugs," reads the press release from Lovehoney.
The release also showed that other adult items, such as cock rings and dildos, are the most popular search terms in the town.
The title comes as part of Lovehoney's interactive sex map that shows what fantasies, toys, and desires people are into in Canada from coast to coast.
In Winnipeg, "butt plug" and "strap-ons" were the most popular searched terms, while over in Montreal, the most popular fantasy was "French Maids and Butlers," according to the release.
As for lube flavours, Canadians were reaching for Choconut, Watermelon, Raspberry, Strawberry, and Peach.
"With our latest sex map results, it's great to see Canadians exploring new and different ways to inject more fun and happiness into their sex lives," said Lovehoney Global Brand Director Helen Balmer in the news release.
You can visit 30 vegan food and lifestyle vendors!
If you're a lover of that veggie lifestyle, Toronto is getting the perfect festival for you this weekend.
Veg Food Fest is happening this Saturday from 12 to 5 p.m. at the Steam Whistle Brewing in Locomotive Hall and hosting 30 vegan food and lifestyle vendors for you to try.
The 37th annual festival will have loads of plant-based food from hot dogs to burgers, ice cream and more for purchase from local vendors along with other lifestyle products.
The pop-up event will also host speakers, panels and even cooking demonstrations that can be accessed virtually in the week leading up to it from September 5 to 10.
Attendees will need to book a time slot to visit the venue and will receive a wristband that signals their time slot according to their website, as the venue only has a capacity for 500 people, including vendors.
Tickets are free, and you can still book available time slots online now.
Veg Food Fest
When: September 11, 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Address: Locomotive Hall, Steam Whistle Brewery, Toronto
Why You Need To Go: Try vegan food and spend an afternoon snacking and supporting local vendors.