Green activist Freddie Jolly pled guilty on May 12 to four criminal charges, including assault with a weapon.
Jolly, who is known for his love of nature and the fight for the preservation of the Rupert River, was also charged with two counts of uttering threats and one count of simple assault, all of which stem from an incident at his camp on December 25, 2005.
His conditions say that he cannot harass either of the two plaintiffs, must keep the peace and is forbidden to drink, amongst others.
A pre-sentence report will take place August 25 to weigh Jolly’s fate before the judge.
Jolly has at least a dozen prior convictions ranging from assault to petty mischief, according to Crown Prosecutor Thierry Potvin.