On Oct. 5, The New York Times broke a story about allegations of sexual misconduct against Harvey Weinstein.

Since then, an almost daily barrage of allegations of sexual assault, groping, unwelcome kissing, masturbation and inappropriate comments have been levied against high-profile men.

It is not just an American story. Men well-known in Canada have also been called out for allegedly inappropriate actions since the Weinstein scandal broke.

The list is not exhaustive and only includes names previously reported by CBC News.

Feb. 14, 2018

The band Hedley

ALLEGATION:

A series of anonymous allegation on Twitter about inappropriate encounters with the band.

RESPONSE:

The Junos have dropped the band from the televised award show. Headly addressed the allegations in a statement: "While we are all now either married or have entered into committed, long-term relationships, there was a time, in the past, when we engaged in a lifestyle that incorporated certain rock 'n' roll cliches. However, there was always a line that we would never cross."

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Feb. 9, 2018

Don MacIntyre

Former NHL star and regular on military morale tours

ALLEGATION:

Charged by military police with sexual assault for an incident that occurred on an air force flight to Latvia.

RESPONSE:

Williams has not made a statement.

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Feb. 9, 2018

Peter Stoffer

Former Nova Scotia NDP MP

ALLEGATION:

An NDP staffer alleges he tried to kiss a fellow NDP staffer without consent.

RESPONSE:

Said at a press conference, "I did not in any way in my intention intend to insult or demean or belittle any person in this regard."

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Feb. 9, 2018

Don MacIntyre

Former Alberta MLA

ALLEGATION:

Charged with sexual assault and sexual interference, which the criminal code defines as touching the body of somebody under the age of 16 for a sexual purpose.

RESPONSE:

MacIntyre resigned from his seat on Feb. 5. He tweeted when he left caucus, "Resigning from politics today to focus on our family."

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Feb. 8, 2018

Stan Struthers

Former Manitoba finance minister

ALLEGATION:

Allegations of unwanted touching from five women, including a former cabinet colleague.

RESPONSE:

Struthers, who left politics in 2016, told CBC, "I apologize for any interactions I have had that have been inappropriate and that have caused any person to feel disrespected or uncomfortable."

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Feb. 5, 2018

Steve Paikin

Host of TVO's The Agenda

ALLEGATION:

Former Toronto mayoral candidate Sarah Thomson says Paikin propositioned her for sex on more than one occasion.

RESPONSE:

TVO has launched a third-party investigation into the allegations. Steve Paikin responded on Facebook, "I’ve spent 35 years building my reputation. In one fell swoop, these lies have prompted outrageous headlines and connected me to a story to which I have no business being connected."

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Jan. 28, 2018

Rick Dykstra

Ontario PC president

ALLEGATION:

Sexual assault allegations from 2014, when he was an MP. Maclean's report alleges federal Tories knew and allowed him to run in 2015 election. CBC News has not independently confirmed the allegations.

RESPONSE:

Resigned as president after being contacted by Maclean's for comment — before story was published. In statement, he said he made the decision to "step aside", but didn't mention allegations.

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Jan. 26, 2018

Paul Bliss

CTV News anchor, political reporter

ALLEGATION:

Sexual misconduct allegations from a former CTV reporter.

RESPONSE:

Yet to comment. Suspended by CTV.

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Jan. 25, 2018

Kent Hehr

Sport and Disabilities Minister, Calgary MP

ALLEGATION:

A woman on Twitter alleged Hehr made verbally suggestive remarks to her, including one that said "you're yummy."

RESPONSE:

Resigned from Cabinet, pending the outcome of an investigation. In a statement Hehr said, "The conversation our society is having is a very important one. I encourage all women who have felt uncomfortable or who have experienced harassment of any kind to continue to come forward. It is never okay."

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Jan. 24, 2018

Patrick Brown

Leader of Ontario PCs, MPP

ALLEGATION:

Sexual misconduct allegations from two women, first reported by CTV.

RESPONSE:

After CTV corrected its reporting to say that one of the accusers was not in high school when CTV initially reported that the alleged incident took place, Brown wrote on Facebook: "CTV News fabricated a malicious and false report about me from two anonymous accusers. After a long three weeks, CTV News has now admitted that it got it wrong." CTV has responded to Brown by saying, "It stands by its story." Brown says he is "strongly considering a legal recourse."

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Jan. 24, 2018

Jamie Baillie

Leader of Nova Scotia PCs

ALLEGATION:

"Inappropriate behaviour." The PC party didn't give details but said it "does not, and will not, tolerate sexual harassment in the workplace."

RESPONSE:

Forced out as PC Party leader. He also resigned as MLA and tweeted: "I am resigning for personal reasons. My priority is my family and I ask that our privacy be respected."

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Jan. 19, 2018

Michael Crowe

Head coach of Canada's long track speed skating team

ALLEGATION:

Sexual relationships with his athletes while coaching in U.S., which is against sexual harassment policy.

RESPONSE:

Yet to comment. Forced to leave position a month before Winter Olympics.

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Jan. 5, 2018

Paul Haggis

Filmmaker

ALLEGATION:

A civil lawsuit alleges Haggis raped a publicist. In addition three anonymous women have come forward to the Associated Press alleging sexual misconduct. CBC News cannot independently verify the allegations made by the anonymous women speaking to the AP.

RESPONSE:

Haggis denies the rape allegation in a counter-complaint and says the accuser demanded a 11 million CDN payment to avoid legal action. He has not responded to the other allegations.

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Jan. 3, 2018

Albert Schultz

Canadian actor, artistic director of Soulpepper Theatre Company

ALLEGATION:

Sexual battery and harassment of a sexual nature over a 13-year period.

RESPONSE:

"These claims make serious allegations against me which I do not take lightly. Over the coming time period, I intend to vehemently defend myself."

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Dec. 23, 2017

Charles Dutoit

Conductor, artistic director of Montreal Symphony Orchestra from 1977 to 2002

ALLEGATION:

Sexual assault, sexual harassment.

RESPONSE:

"The serious accusations made involving coercion and forced physical contact have absolutely no basis in truth."

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Dec. 22, 2017

Ethan Kath

Musician with Crystal Castles, real name is Claudio Palmieri

ALLEGATION:

Sexual assault, mental and physical abuse.

RESPONSE:

Kath's lawyer told CBC News, "These sickening and vile allegations are an attempt to injure my client's reputation."

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Dec. 15, 2017

Dave Brubaker

Gymnastics Canada's women's national team director

ALLEGATION:

Charged with invitation to sexual touching, sexual interference, sexual exploitation, sexual assault.

RESPONSE:

Yet to comment. Publication ban imposed in case.

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Dec. 13, 2017

Claude-Éric Gagné

Former PMO deputy director of operations

ALLEGATION:

Inappropriate behaviour.

RESPONSE:

In a statement Gagné said that he has resigned on his own accord "to preserve my health and to prevent becoming a source of distraction for the team that I respect." He says he cooperated with the investigation but denies any wrongdoing.

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Dec. 6, 2017

Michel Arsenault

Edmonton-based gymnastic coach

ALLEGATION:

Intimidation, verbal and physical abuse, sexual assault.

RESPONSE:

Yet to comment.

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Nov. 30, 2017

Gregg Zaun

Blue Jays analyst

ALLEGATION:

"Inappropriate behaviour and comments."

RESPONSE:

Apologized for, “any harm or distress which may have been caused by my comments with any female colleagues over the recent past.”

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Nov. 2, 2017

Giovanni Apollo

Chef

ALLEGATION:

Sexual misconduct allegations from seven women.

RESPONSE:

Refutes all the allegations of a sexual nature.

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Oct. 30, 2017

Laszlo Marton

Theatre director

ALLEGATION:

Sexual harassment complaints.

RESPONSE:

Declined to comment.

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Oct. 26, 2017

Matt Carmichael

Chef

ALLEGATION:

Sexually harassing women with inappropriate comments.

RESPONSE:

"I have sexually harassed women with inappropriate comments."

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Oct. 20, 2017

Michel Brûlé

Editor and candidate for Montreal boroughs election

ALLEGATION:

Sexual misconduct from various women.

RESPONSE:

Denies the allegations.

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Oct. 19, 2017

Chris Craddock

Former Edmonton-based artistic director

ALLEGATION:

Admitted to touching women without their permission.

RESPONSE:

"I have acted as though women were objects, to be won, to be obtained, to be used."

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Oct. 18, 2017

Gilbert Rozon

Founder of Just for Laughs

ALLEGATION:

Allegations from at least 10 women who accuse him of either sexually harassing or sexually assaulting them. None of the allegations had been proven in court and no charges have been laid.

RESPONSE:

Rozon told a reporter for TVA that, "I never had sex with anyone against their will," and "These stories are … we'll see what the motivations are."

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Oct. 18, 2017

Éric Salvail

Quebec media personality

ALLEGATION:

11 people claim to have been victims or witnessed sexual misconduct.

RESPONSE:

Calls his behaviour "inappropriate" and "disrespectful."

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