Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Sunday he will be reflecting on what should have been done differently in the case of former Liberal candidate Raj Saini, who ended his bid for re-election after a series of allegations of unwanted sexual advances and inappropriate comments were made public last week.?
“I’m pretty frustrated about the whole thing myself,”?Trudeau said during?a campaign stop in Mississauga, OntThe same household, or two close contacts if both live alone..set a new record,,?? on Sundayof up to 20 physically-distanced people are permitted (but no indoor gatherings)..
CBC News reported the allegations against Saini?Tuesday, after seven sources with knowledge of the complaints spoke about four different instances of the then member of Parliament allegedly making unwanted sexual advances or inappropriate comments toward Liberal staffers.
Trudeau had initially defended his party’s decision to allow Saini to run, saying “there have been rigorous processes undertaken” after an allegation was made against Saini.