Kevin Vuong Kevin Vuong is a Toronto Liberal candidate know all about him in this article as like his Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife, Children, Education and Wikipedia
|Birthdate ( Age)||———–|
|Place of Birth||Canada|
|Marital Status||Not Known|
|Parents||Mother, Belinda Vuong, and Father, Ken Vuong|
|Profession||Toronto Liberal candidate|
|Net Worth||$1 Million – $2 Million|
Kevin Vuong is the candidate of Toronto Liberal candidate , who is on pause from campaigning in the federal election over a past sexual assault charge that was dropped, is also now under review by the Canadian Armed Forces. Defence Department spokesperson Daniel Le Bouthillier confirmed that, based on available information at this time, Vuong, who is also a naval reservist, failed to notify the military in 2019 about the arrest.
Early Life and Family
Kevin is the son of a Vietnam war refugee. He has dedicated his life to serve for the community in Canada that gave home to his parents.Mr. Vuong is the CEO and COO of Delphi Research. He is also the one who co-founded TakeCare Supply which has given employment to more than 200 Canadians.
TakeCare Supply is dedicated to serving people suffering from the pandemic. It rapidly developed reusable masks and has locally produced millions of masks.His mother, Belinda Vuong, and Father, Ken Vuong escaped from Vietnam and made a family in Canada. He was also named one of the “Top 30 Under 30” in Canada in 2016 by Corporate Knights magazine, which recognized his service to Canadian Navy and Toronto initiatives.
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Currently there is no any information about Kevin Vuong relationship and marital status because no any details available on social media about his partner and Wife.As per source in past he is in a relationship with his partner but he never reveal about her details.
Kevin Vuong Net Worth
Kevin Vuong is a Canadian Businessman and Toronto Liberal candidate who has an estimated Net Worth of $1 Million – $2 Million In 2022.
He is VP and COO at Delphic Research Group, combining cutting-edge technology with research-driven strategies to provide customized monitoring and intelligence services to elevate government and public affairs.
As a rapid-response to the masks shortage and economic hardships brought by COVID-19, Kevin co-founded TakeCare Supply, which rapidly developed Canada’s first evidence-based reusable mask. Almost 1,000,000 masks have been sold across North America, creating jobs for nearly 200 Canadians during the pandemic, supporting Canada’s vital manufacturing sector, and donating $250,000 in masks to communities in need. Today, TakeCare masks can be found worn by mayors, govt ministers, and Canada’s Ambassador to the UN and other leaders, as well as celebrities like Steve Martin.
Most recently, Kevin was appointed Canada’s NATO 2030 Young Leader by NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg. 14 Young Leaders were selected from across the 30-member Alliance to advise the Secretary General on NATO 2030 and the future of the Alliance.
Kevin Vuong Controversy
Toronto Liberal candidate Kevin Vuong, who is on pause from campaigning in the federal election over a past sexual assault charge that was dropped, is also now under review by the Canadian Armed Forces. Defence Department spokesperson Daniel Le Bouthillier confirmed that, based on available information at this time, Vuong, who is also a naval reservist, failed to notify the military in 2019 about the arrest.
Military members are required to share criminal charges with their chain of command. The military is deliberating what steps to take next, and they could be administrative in nature, said Le Bouthillier.The news of the dropped 2019 sexual assault charge was first reported by the Toronto Star. The navy learned about the case from the Star story, the Department of National Defence said.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said Friday his party also only learned of the allegations Thursday from the Star’s report. He called the allegations “serious.”Trudeau was asked if Vuong would be allowed to sit as an MP if he wins his riding of Spadina-Fort York.”We are looking into it very carefully and we have asked the candidate to pause his campaign,” Trudeau replied.
In a statement issued to CBC News through his campaign manager, Vuong said he wanted to “unequivocally state that these allegations are false” and that he “vigorously fought” them when they were first brought forward.”Had they not been withdrawn, I would have continued to defend myself against these false allegations,” Vuong said.”This re-surfacing three days before the election is deeply troubling to me and my family.”