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No criminal charges in Halifax 'Proud Boys' incident, says Navy - Macleans.ca

HALIFAX – No criminal charges will be laid against five so-called “Proud Boys” who disrupted a Mi'kmaq ceremony in downtown Halifax on Canada Day, the Royal Canadian Navy says. Rear-Admiral John Newton said Thursday that an investigation has ...and more »

Military personnel in Proud Boys incident return to regular duty - CBC.ca

Four of the five Canadian Forces personnel who said they were members of the group the Proud Boys and disrupted a Mi'kmaw ceremony in Halifax on July 1 have resumed their regular duties with the military but remain on probation. Rear-Admiral John ...and more »

'Proud Boys' return to active military duty, face no criminal charges - Globalnews.ca

WATCH ABOVE: The Canadian Forces says most of the “Proud Boys” members who are part of the military will be allowed to return to regular duties. Marieke Walsh explains the decision and brings us reaction from the Mi'kmaq community.and more »

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 ...and more »

'Proud Boys' return to regular duty with no charges after disrupting Mi'kmaq ceremony - APTN News

Five members of the Canadian Armed Forces – and the so-called “Proud Boys” – will not be charged following a military police investigation into the disruption of an Mi'kmaq ceremony in Halifax last month. Four members are cleared to return to regular ...and more »

Those "Proud Boys" Who Disrupted A Mi'kmaq Ceremony Will Not Be Kicked Out Of The Military After All - 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.and more »

'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 ...and more »