The Canadian Nationalist Party has submitted a complaint to Elections Canada regarding the tools and procedures of political financing and the ability for their candidates to electronically file campaign expenses.

The Canadian Nationalist Party has filed a complaint with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission regarding their denial of service of publicly-funded infrastructure during the recent 43rd Federal Election which, the party claims, amounts to an infringement of Charter Rights as well as a suppression of the democratic channel.

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.

The Canadian Nationalist Party has filed a civil lawsuit against the City Of Saskatoon.

The Canadian Nationalist Party is today sending a thank you to all our supporters and volunteers who have contributed to our campaign over the last several months leading up to this election.

The CNP believes freedom of expression is fundamental in a well-functioning society and promises to fight for this charter right on behalf of Canadians.

Party Leader Travis Patron recently attended an all-candidates meeting in his constituency of Souris - Moose Mountain to communicate party policies for the upcoming Federal Election.

Party Leader Travis Patron recently attended an all-candidates forum in his district to communicate nationalist policies to Canadian voters.

The Canadian Nationalist Party is today announcing the candidacy of Scarborough-Guildwood resident Gus Stefanis.

Party Leader Travis Patron today conducted an interview with Journal Métro.