'Proud Boys' back in Canada military after crashing indigenous ceremony - BBC News

Canadian military personnel who were suspended after crashing an indigenous ceremony are back on regular duty. The five men identify as members of the "Proud Boys", a right-wing group with chapters in the US and Canada. They were suspended after ...

The Proud Boys Who Disrupted A Mi'kmaq Ceremony In Halifax Will Not Be Fired From The Military - BuzzFeed News

The group of Proud Boys who disrupted a Mi'kmaq ceremony in Halifax on Canada Day will not be kicked out of the military, according to the Canadian Armed Forces. In a statement provided to BuzzFeed Canada, the CAF said it had investigated the actions.

No charges for military 'Proud Boys' in Halifax - iPolitics.ca (subscription)

The Canadian Forces will not lay charges against five members who disrupted and harassed people at a Mi'kmaq ceremony in Halifax on Canada Day. The six men — calling themselves “Proud Boys”, a self-declared group of “Western Chauvinists” ...

No criminal or disciplinary charges for Canadian military “Proud Boys” – group now back on the job - Ottawa Citizen

A group of Canadian Forces members who belong to the “Proud Boys” will not face criminal or disciplinary charges for disrupting a protest in Halifax by Indigenous activists. The incident happened on Canada Day. In a statement the Canadian Forces noted ...