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 ...

The Canadian Nationalist Party is asking CBC, CTV, and CityNews to retract their statements characterizing our group as "white nationalist" and issue a public apology for not gathering perspectives from both sides of the story before going public with a media report.

Thank you to our hosts, our sponsors, and our members for making this most recent Western Canada Tour a success. The Canadian Nationalist Party will continue developing its offering in order to ensure that native-born Canadians have a political platform they can use to make constructive change in our country.

The spirit of Canadianism has been residing in a political coma, and it is time to awaken.

No pain is greater than seeing my beloved country be destroyed by these evil forces who've infiltrated Ottawa.

The Canadian Nationalist Party will be hosting events across Western Canada in a bid to share our message and grow the nationalist movement in Canada.

On Friday, June 29th the Canadian Nationalist Party was denied a permit to demonstrate on public property by the City of Saskatoon.

Excessive immigration levels are a threat to Canadian identity.