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CNP Demands Justice!

During the recent 43rd Federal Election, the Canadian Nationalist Party requested, and was denied without exception, the liberty of being permitted to assemble publicly and communicate its electoral policies to voters. Not a single request to assemble and communicate our policies after the issue of the writ was honoured (September 11th – October 21st, 2019). Every request was denied.

On September 11th, 2020 our organization filed a Statement Of Claim with the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan in order to address the aforesaid constitutional violation (Canadian Charter Of Rights & Freedoms s. 2(a)(b)(c)) with the Canadian Nationalist Party acting as plaintiff and the City Of Saskatoon as defendant.

On Thursday, November 5th, the Court Of Queens Bench For Saskatchewan held a hearing to decide if current Party Leader, Chief Agent, and Sole Director (Mr. Travis Patron) should be granted leave to continue serving as lawyer representing the Canadian Nationalist Party. During these proceedings, the Canadian Nationalist Party referred to their notice of application pursuant Rule 2-34(2) in favour of granting Mr. Patron leave to continue acting as lawyer on behalf of the corporation.

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

To date, the Canadian Nationalist Party has been found to have violated no section of the Canada Elections Act nor have we violated any “hate speech” legislation nor incited violence at any public event whatsoever.

The Canadian Nationalist Party is the only federally-registered political party headquartered in Saskatchewan and one of only two headquartered in all of Western Canada. Violating the democratic viability of a such parties is contrary to the public interest.

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Why Won’t The City Of Saskatoon Face Travis Patron?

Canadian Nationalist Party Suing City Of Saskatoon
In a lawsuit filed by the Canadian Nationalist Party, they claim that the City Of Saskatoon infringed their constitutional right to peacefully assemble and freely express themselves during the recent 43rd Federal Election (September 11th – October 21st, 2019).

During the recent 43rd Federal Election the Canadian Nationalist Party requested, and was denied ubiquitously, without exception, the liberty of being permitted to perform essentially the most fundamental procedure of any democratic society: the ability to host a public event and communicate policies to voters. The largest city in the province of the Canadian Nationalist Party headquarters, Saskatoon, has impaired their most fundamental right to democratic self-determination and religious freedom.

Now, the City Of Saskatoon is claiming that the corporation be required to appoint a lawyer from the Law Society Of Saskatchewan and that Sole Director, Chief Agent, and Party Leader Travis Patron is not eligible to serve as lawyer on file.

The City Of Saskatoon is attempting to further impair the self-determination of the Canadian Nationalist Party by claiming that Mr. Patron ought not to be allowed to represent the corporation, but the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan require a member of the Law Society Of Saskatchewan to be appointed in his stay.

In an application filed Monday, November 2nd, the Canadian Nationalist Party makes its case pursuant to Rule 2-34(2) of the Queens Bench Rules that Mr. Patron should be granted permission by the Court Of Queen’s Bench For Saskatchewan to continue acting as lawyer on file. The application references a number of legal precedents including the rights & liberties of the Church as defined by the Magna Carta of 1215 – something the City Of Saskatoon claims is “pseudolaw” and that the Magna Carta “has no force in Canada”.

The City Of Saskatoon claims that these arguments advanced by Travis Patron “represent a fundamental misunderstanding and ignorance of the law in Canada”.

The question then arises: if what Mr. Patron states represents a “fundamental misunderstand and ignorance of the law in Canada” why won’t the City Of Saskatoon simply face him in this claim? Surely the City Of Saskatoon will be able to win a claim if the lawyer representing the plaintiff is misunderstood and ignorant of Canadian law …

Is the City Of Saskatoon worried about being held to account for denying a federally-sanctioned political party their constitutional rights?