Almost five years have passed since the start of the #MeToo movement, and just a few days ago, a verdict was reached in the trial of a famous Canadian musician accused of sexual assault. The Hoggard trial serves as a sort of litmus test for how far Canada has (and hasn't) come in terms of its approach to cases involving allegations of sexual violence. The results were decidedly mixed, and quite revealing.
Today, we'll take an in-depth look at the trial, and explore some of the evidence the jury never heard.
GUEST: Alyshah Hasham, crime and courts reporter, The Toronto Star