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Canadian government classifies Proud Boys as terrorist group

By DW
06 February 2021   |   10:36 am
The government said the group was a "neo-fascist" organization and "engages in political violence." It said that the group was on domestic intelligence's radar owing to "not just rhetoric but activity and planning."

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