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Rozon was appointed by former mayor Gérald Tremblay as the head of the city's 375th anniversary celebrations.

Rozon, also vice-president of the Chamber of Commerce Metropolitan Montreal and the man in charge of Montreal's 375th anniversary celebrations, said he would resign from those roles as well.Just For Laughs has announced a restructuring after nine women came forward with allegations of harassment and sexual assault against its founder and now former president.The women are accusing Gilbert Rozon of misconduct spanning three decades, according to French-language newspaper Le Devoir and radio station 98.5 FM."For me, it's imperative that we protect those who have the courage, and saying [you] can take the time that you want, but we will listen to you, we will protect you." He said the law allows for the presumption of innocence, but at the same time, "we can't defend the indefensible." Mayoral candidate Valérie Plante released a statement about Rozon on Wednesday night, saying her thoughts were with those making the allegations, and she wants to see justice run its course.The allegations come after Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein was also accused of sexual harassment and assault, prompting social media users to flood the internet with their own experiences using the hashtags #metoo and #moiaussi.

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