Military police investigation complete, four of five 'Proud Boys' returned to regular duties

Rear-Admiral John Newton says in a statement that four of the 'Proud Boys' have returned to regular duties, while a fifth has left the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF).

Five members of the CAF disrupted a Mi'kmaq ceremony in Halifax on Canada Day and were subsequently relieved of their duties and re-assigned to other jobs, pending the results of a military police investigation.

The statement says the investigation has now been completed, and no criminal charges will be laid, though any further inappropriate behavior could result in their termination from the CAF.

It goes on to say "appropriate measures" have been taken "to ensure a clear understanding of expected ethical behaviours and standards of conduct within the CAF."