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National Faithism: The “Dawning” Of A New Age

Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP)

The ensign of national faithism, commissioned September 22nd, 2020, by Travis Patron, depicting the earth, sky, and rising sun cross signalling the “dawning” of a New Age. This type of political collective is characterized by common faith, territory, and blood.

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Now Available: Canadian Nationalist Party Handbook


CNP Handbook

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The Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP) Handbook is a primer for those interested in learning more about our political movement and activism.

This volume is publicly available in accordance with the following religious text:

“And ye shall take neither money, nor script for your labour, but be an example of faith in the promises of God.” – OAHSPE, Book Of Judgement, Chapter XIX, verse 3

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Ensign Unto The Nations

And he shall set up an ensign for the nations, and shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.” – Isaiah 11:12

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CNP Issuing Tax Receipts

The Canadian Nationalist Party is continuing to issue tax receipts for those who have generously donated to the party. These receipts can be used to claim a tax credit due to the fact the CNP is a federally-registered party.

To make a donation: Party Donation

TAX CREDITS

All Canadians are eligible to receive generous tax credits when they donate to the Canadian Nationalist Party. The size of donation determines the tax credit available.

If you have already made a contribution this year, please use the table below to calculate your cumulative tax credit.

  • Donations between 0 and $400: give you a 75% refund.
  • Donations between $400 and $750: give you $300 plus 50% of any amount over $400.
  • Donations over $750: give you $475 plus 33% of any amount over $750 up to a maximum of $650 per year.

LIMITS ON CONTRIBUTIONS

Only Canadian citizens or permanent residents may make political contributions, in each of the following amounts:

  • No more than $1,625 in any calendar year to each registered political party.
  • No more than $1,625 in total in any calendar year to the combined entities of each registered political party (Electoral District Associations, Nomination Contestants and Candidate campaigns).
  • No more than $1,625 in total between all registered leadership contestants in a particular leadership contest.

LEARN MORE

For more information about tax credits please visit the Canada Revenue Agency website and for more information about contribution limits, please visit Elections Canada.

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Membership Fee: Temporarily Paused

In light of the recent economic conditions caused by the Government Of Canada and Provincial Governments declaring a state of emergency, the Canadian Nationalist Party is temporarily pausing all membership fees until further notice.

The drastic measures in response to a public health issue in Canada have caused unnecessary and exacerbated economic repercussions. We recognize this and will not burden our members with a required fee in order to remain in good standing.

If you are interested in becoming a member of the Canadian Nationalist Party (no fee), you can apply here: Party Membership

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Elections Canada Opens Investigation Into CNP Claims

The Office of the Commissioner of Canada Elections has opened a formal review of a complaint filed by the Canadian Nationalist Party which claims our rights under the Canada Elections Act have been infringed and our ability to communicate policies and nominate candidates has been violated during the recent 43rd Federal Election.

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Patron Submits Complaint To Redvers Town Council

Souris – Moose Mountain candidate Travis Patron has submitted a Letter Of Complaint to the Town Council Of Redvers in response to recent approval to use public utilities to promote homosexuality.

Read the letter: Letter To Town Of Redvers