Canadian Nationalist Party

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01 National Policy

We must subsidize and protect the growth of Canadian industries at home and abroad.

02 Demographic Policy

We must maintain demographic stability by promoting healthy families and cultural values.

03 Monarchical Policy

We must consolidate national decisions under the vested interests of an authority above the democratic system.

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Why Should I Vote Nationalist?

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The Canadian Nationalist Party is a political party operating in the federal jurisdiction of Canada. Our movement represents a revival of national identity.

It is through our policies and vision of a better way of life for all Canadians that we will form a majority government by electing candidates to our House of Commons.

21 Point Program

On the basis of self-determination …

  1. Issue a vote of non-confidence in our current Prime Minister.
  2. Restore the Bank of Canada Act, allowing the Bank of Canada to no interest loans to public institutions. The practice of usury must be outlawed in favour of a sovereign credit monetary policy and full-employment public-works program.
  3. Reinstate the Immigration Act of 1952, implement a temporary immigration pause, declare the entire US/Canada border an official point of entrydeport illegal immigrants and those convicted of terrorism, and require new citizens to pass an examination demonstrating their understanding of Canadian history, language, and government.
  4. Abolish the income tax for single individuals earning less than $25,000 or those married and jointly earning less than $50,000.
  5. Lower the small business tax to 8%, encouraging entrepreneurship and new job creation.
  6. Establish economic autarky, allowing domestic self-sufficiency while remaining open to pursue major international trade. Subsidize and protect (through the use of tariffs) key industries that are unique to Canada’s natural resources. No business may be owned in majority by a non-citizen.
  7. Repeal and replace the official Multiculturalism Act of 1988 with a Biculturalism Act recognizing our anglophone and francophone heritage.
  8. In 1971, 97% of Canada’s population was of European-descent. In 2018, this number now stands at a diminished 64%. Therefore, we demand this demographic change (an agenda put forth by Pierre Trudeau and accelerated by Justin Trudeau) be discontinued immediately.
  9. Disallow social welfare to those who have been citizens for less than 5 years. Dramatically reduce foreign aid spending.
  10. Introduce a foreign property tax on residential property owned by a non-citizen or dual-citizen.
  11. Abolish the federal carbon tax.
  12. Newlywed couples be eligible for a marriage loan, 20% of which is forgiven with each common child. Couples must have been married within the last 5 years with both partners being born on the land.
  13. Transition to a two-tier healthcare system, reducing wait-times by introducing market competition. End taxpayer funded abortions.
  14. Introduce a federal education program emphasizing topics on Canadian history, government, and athletics. Cap university tuition rates.
  15. Prohibit public officials from holding dual-citizenship.
  16. Uphold the right to self-defense by introducing Castle Doctrine. Legalize concealed-carry of firearms.
  17. Build a Northern Manitoba Pipeline, opening Canadian oil and natural resource products to foreign export markets. Prioritize the oil and gas industries as our economic growth engine.
  18. Increase military funding to 3% GDP. Ensure injured veterans receive increased funding for pensions. 1+ year of military service required in order to vote.
  19. Allow employees to opt out of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP) in favour of private pension funds under government regulation.
  20. Discontinue public funding of pride parades. Hold a national referendum on same-sex marriage.
  21. End inter-provincial equalization payments.

Our Leader

Travis Patron

Travis Patron is a political economist and digital money researcher best known for his research into the internet payment system bitcoin.

At the age of 21, Travis founded Diginomics, a bitcoin investment firm focusing on the changing nature of government regulation, taxation, and business collaboration on a global basis. With special interests in cryptography and computer programming, Diginomics has quickly grown to become a leading voice in the highly ambitious cryptocurrency industry.

At the age of 25 he founded the Canadian Nationalist Party.

Studying at the University of Saskatchewan from 2010 – 2013, Travis earned a Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts with a specialization in economic policy. During his post-secondary academic career, he studied on exchange at both the University of Montreal and Stockholm University.

Born in Redvers, Saskatchewan, Travis has always attributed his success to the sense of work ethic and humbleness instilled in him through the farming community.

You can learn more about him at or follow him on Twitter @TravisPatron.

Find An Event Near You

Join us as we meet to discuss the nationalist movement in Canada and the future of our country.

Since the beginning of our campaign, the Canadian Nationalist Party has traveled from coast-to-coast, lending an ear to Canadians who feel as though they have been left behind by the current political establishment. Canadian people expect their political leaders to inspire them, motivate them, and give them a reason to believe their aspirations are well within the realm of possibility.

If you are interested in learning how our organization can represent you as a Canadian citizen, we invite you to view our upcoming events.

We look forward to seeing you at an event and the conversations which will surely follow its conclusion.