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.

  • Dec. 6, 2017

    Michel Arsenault

    Edmonton-based gymnastic coach

    ALLEGATION:

    Intimidation, verbal and physical abuse, sexual assault.»

    RESPONSE:

    Yet to comment.

  • 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.”

  • Nov. 2, 2017

    Giovanni Apollo

    Chef

    ALLEGATION:

    Sexual misconduct allegations from seven women.»

    RESPONSE:

    Refutes all the allegations of a sexual nature.

  • Oct. 30, 2017

    Laszlo Marton

    Theatre director

    ALLEGATION:

    Sexual harassment complaints.»

    RESPONSE:

    Declined to comment.

  • Oct. 26, 2017

    Matt Carmichael

    Chef

    ALLEGATION:

    Sexually harassing women with inappropriate comments.»

    RESPONSE:

    "I have sexually harassed women with inappropriate comments."

  • Oct. 20, 2017

    Michel Brûlé

    Editor and candidate for Montreal boroughs election

    ALLEGATION:

    Sexual misconduct from various women.»

    RESPONSE:

    Denies the allegations.

  • 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."

  • Oct. 18, 2017

    Gilbert Rozon

    Founder of Just for Laughs

    ALLEGATION:

    Sexual misconduct allegations.»

    RESPONSE:

    "I am stepping down out of respect for employees."

  • 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."