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Protest Spread: Defence Hq and Edward Cornwallis

protest spread: The small crowd of indigenous activists and supporters were ceremonially protesting near a statue of Edward Cornwallis, founder of Halifax, according to The Chronicle Herald. To the Mi'kmaq, Cornwallis is a war criminal for his actions as British colonial governor. In videos from the scene, the five so-called Proud Boys, a combination hate group-fraternity, smirked for cameras as they tried, not very hard, to provoke the protesters. Videos from the protest spread quickly online and soon the young men in matching black shirts were identified as serving members of the Canadian Armed Forces. Or maybe they hadn't concealed anything, which would be worse. That's when the cussing would have started at Defence HQ. Somehow, the five had managed to conceal their white supremacist allegiances from their officers and supervisors. ( As reported in the news.