A driving instructor has been charged after a woman was sexually assaulted during lessons, police say.
Toronto police said in a news release Sunday that between Aug. 21 and Sept. 11, a 25-year-old woman was allegedly sexually assaulted by a man during driving lessons.
Police said 55-year-old Richmond Hill resident Kehai Wang was arrested Saturday, Sept. 25.
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Officers said Wang has worked as a driving instructor at CC Driving Academy in Richmond Hill.
A driving instructor has called out panic buyers after he was forced to cancel lessons because he couldn’t access fuel.
Paul Allaway, from Helston, branded those flocking to fill up their cars unnecessarily ‘pathetic’ and said they are inconsiderate to those who rely on their cars for a living.
He has estimated that being unable to fill up will cost him £1,000.
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Paul, who fills up his car between lessons, has been unable to do so as the queues are just too long.
Mr Khan, who has been a driving instructor since 2010, studied psychology and wanted to find out why people were failing their driving tests.
He said: “Why do professional people who are fine is all other aspects of life start sweating and get so nervous when they get behind the wheel of car? That’s where the journey started.”
Instead of stage hypnotherapy, Mr Khan uses neuro-linguistic programming, hypnotherapy and accelerated learning techniques.
He said: “When you’re in the right mindset, anything is possible.
Mark Anderson intends to defy the law and install dash cameras in his company’s vehicles, and dare the authorities to do something about it.
Anderson, owner of West Coast Driver Training, said he informed ICBC, which regulates driving schools in the province, that he was going to install the cameras but was told by the insurance agency that incorporated businesses in B.C. are not allowed to have dash cams or recording devices in company cars.
ICBC cited the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner in B.C. and its policy that states that under the Personal Information Protection Act, capturing the images or audio of individuals both inside and outside the vehicle constitutes a collection of personal information.