We here at the Nationalist Party have decided to create a new discussion forum to advance the nationalist movement in our country and beyond.

After having failed to prevent the official registration of the Canadian Nationalist Party leading up to the most recent 43rd Federal Election, the so-called “Canadian Anti-Hate Network” has now been served a court order to cease and desist defamation.

Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron has wrote to the Royal Canadian Legion following their decision to exclude his party from their branches leading up to the most recent 43rd Federal Election last year.

Fellow Nationalist, 2020 has come and gone and our country may never be the same again. This was a year not many were expecting. It seems as though next year could be much of the same, with the Globalists and their puppet politicians pushing for further lockdowns and diminishing our basic freedoms. As much of the Western World goes through similar struggles, it is clear that these measures are not

We need a leader, not someone trying to limit Christmas gatherings. People Of Saskatchewan, Since Scott Moe declared a State Of Emergency in March of this year, we have been extremely patient (and perhaps naïve) with the provincial government’s handling of the so-called “COVID-19 pandemic”. Sentiments seem to have changed considerably following Moe’s re-election earlier this year as citizens are beginning to see that he is completely willing to restrict

Kevin Weedmark of the Moosomin World-Spectator was served a court order to cease and desist publishing defamatory content about Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron today. The court of common law held reasonable grounds that media publications, which Weedmark is an owner of, have, following the recent 43rd Federal Election, falsely-accused Patron of engaging in criminality. Weedmark has been served a court-ordered ban on further publication, dissemination, excerption, or summarization

The Court Of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan won’t allow Travis Patron to represent the federally-sanctioned political party he founded and continues to lead. The Judge presiding over the matter claims Patron is “not a lawyer” and has decided that the current Canadian Nationalist Party Leader, Chief Agent, and Sole Director is not eligible to represent the corporation. The Judge further claims that until someone other than Patron is appointed to