The highest court in Saskatchewan denies individual liberty has "any application" in granting myself leave to represent the federal political party I founded and continue to lead in the court of law.

Earlier this week RCMP constables fined Canadian Nationalist Party Leader Travis Patron $2,800 for visiting a public library in his hometown without wearing a mask. During the recent 43rd Federal Election, Patron requested, and was denied ubiquitously, the liberty of being permitted to assemble publicly and communicate electoral policies to voters. Not a single request to assemble and communicate policies after the issue of the writ was honoured (September 11th – October

Canadian Nationalist Party (CNP) Leader Travis Patron is waiting for Court Of Queen's Bench For Saskatchewan to decide if he will be granted leave to represent the corporation in a civil action claiming unconstitutional exclusion from recent 43rd Federal Election.

Letter From Our Leader, Yesterday I was fined $2,800 for not wearing a mask while patronizing the Redvers Library. I can almost guarantee that I will not pay this fine, but instead attend court in order to argue what I believe to be a fine made unjustly and against the law of the land by an administration seeking to extort financial gain. We believe that the current COVID-19 restrictions and

Office Of The Ombudsman, My main point of contention lies with the idea that CBC, as a publicly-funded media broadcaster, has paid no attention whatsoever to the fact that a federal political party espousing the ideology of nationalism has been (for all intents and purposes) excluded from the democratic channel during and leading up to the recent 43rd Federal Election. It is unacceptable to justify this lack of coverage by

The Canadian Nationalist Party is motioning for the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan to honour the Magna Carta of 1215.