Canadian Armed Forces
The tactical psyop training, which included loudspeakers in the woods and a forged letter warning of invading wolves, somehow leaked to the public.
Some critics say the Canadian Armed Forces have been too lenient on members holding far-right views.
A sailor connected to Iron March who once posted that neo-Nazis should join the Armed Forces to get training for a “race war” has been reinstated by the Canadian Navy. The sailor says he has since seen the error of his ways.
Plus, Canada is sending military in to fight outbreaks in Quebec and Ontario seniors' facilities; Saskatchewan is unveiling a five-stage plan to reopen; WestJet announces 3,000 layoffs.
Patrik Mathews, an ex-soldier from Canada that disappeared in August, allegedly illegally entered the U.S. with the help of The Base and is now in hiding.
Police in Minnesota warn that Patrik Mathews may be in the state, which is believed to have an active cell of The Base, the terror group he is alleged to be a part of.
Manitoba RCMP confirmed to VICE that the 26-year-old has been missing since Saturday.
The footage comes as an alleged member of The Base was outed as a soldier in the Canadian military.
A report by military intelligence outlines that since 2013, 53 Canadian Armed Forces members were either connected to hate groups or hate incidents.
VICE News had an exclusive preview of the army’s new marijuana simulation kits just weeks ahead of legalization
Canada has denounced the "disinformation" campaign.