On Wednesday morning, our party leader Travis Patron had a chance to sit down with CBC Saskatchewan to conduct an interview on the nationalist movement in Canada.

The Canadian Nationalist Party has reason to believe that Elections Canada has engaged in deceptive practices to prevent the federal registration of our political party.

"I am writing you today because I believe the civil rights of our organization to host an event on the University of Toronto campus were recently violated."

As part of its promise to reduce abnormally high rates of immigration, the Canadian Nationalist Party will temporarily pause immigration after forming government.

After the Canadian Nationalist Party forms government, gay pride parades will no longer be financed by the public taxpayer.

The only political ideology capable of uniting people around a common identity, and creating a state that will deliver to them a form of government for centuries to come, is that of nationalism.

Long live the Canadian nationalist movement and long live our people!

Canadians have reached a point with the Conservative Party where they need to take a hard look at if this constituency is something that represents their best interests or simply a collection of weak-willed politicians who worship at the alter of political correctness.

The Canadian Nationalist Party has learned that the City of Saskatoon has engaged in political discrimination against their organization by denying a permit to assemble at City Hall while granting the same privileges to another political group.

Following the media coverage of our recent July 28th Winnipeg Nationalist Rally hosted at the Belgian Club, the CNP has decided to serve cease and desist letters to a number of Winnipeg media outlets for coverage of the event we believe to be defamatory in nature.

On behalf of the Canadian Nationalist Party I would like to thank you for hosting our group on Saturday ...