Bernier takes call from leader of far-right Canadian Nationalist Party, but says there will be no more talks - 2018-09-11

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F0.png Bernier takes call from leader of far-right Canadian Nationalist Party, but says there will be no more talks September 11, 2018, Janice Dickson, Canadian Press, National Post

OTTAWA — Quebec MP Maxime Bernier says he will have no further discussions with the leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party.

Travis Patron, the leader of the far-right group, says he called Bernier's office last week because he wanted to "jump on the phone" with him to see if he could find out any details about his new political venture.

"I inquired with Mr. Bernier's office about his plans for his new party, trying to get some details about what his platform is and to see if there would be any interest in possibly co-operating with the Canadian Nationalist Party. So I reached out to him," he said.

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{{cite news | first = Janice | last = Dickson | title = Bernier takes call from leader of far-right Canadian Nationalist Party, but says there will be no more talks | url = https://nationalpost.com/news/politics/berniers-new-party-draws-first-public-backers-from-leadership-supporters | work = Canadian Press | publisher = National Post | date = September 11, 2018 | accessdate = July 6, 2019 }}