The leader of the Canadian Nationalist Party will have to wait a little while longer before learning his fate in connection with alleged criminal activity. 

Travis Patron has been charged with two counts of assault causing bodily harm and was supposed to stand trial starting yesterday, however that's now been pushed back.

Patron's jury trial is now scheduled to begin June 20 in Regina.

He's also set to stand trial in September on a separate promotion of hatred charge. That trial will take place in Estevan.

Patron is from Redvers, Sask. and founded the Canadian Nationalist Party in 2017.

He ran for the federal Souris-Moose Mountain riding in the 2019 Canadian election, losing to current MP Robert Kitchen.