First, it would appear that Patrick's recent idiotic and meritless Statement of Claim:
is a nullity (one of Patrick's favourite words) since, as best I can tell, Patrick did not first serve the legally-required Notice of Libel, and he is now past the eight-week deadline for doing so.
Many legal actions come with a "limitations period" -- a deadline before which you must file your action, or you lose the opportunity to do so. With respect to defamation actions, in Ontario, that's six weeks; in Alberta, it appears to be eight weeks. In short, Patrick's idiotic action above is dead in the water since he spent so much time bloviating and "blar-har-har'ing" over it that he missed the deadline. So not only will that filing be kicked to the curb, but Patrick will be required to pay costs.
As if that wasn't bad enough, independently, the above action is toast since Patrick apparently filed it while concealing his status as an undischarged bankrupt, which disqualifies him from filing any such motion:
Once again, Patrick's filing above is dead on arrival, but it's also possible that Patrick could face criminal charges for knowingly filing an action he was not allowed to file. But, yes, it gets worse.
Apparently, there is the distinct possibility that Patrick, given his long and pathetic history of filing worthless applications, will be declared by the Court as a "vexatious litigant," which means he would not be allowed to file further applications unless he first got the permission of the Court. Now, this seems like overkill given that his status as an undischarged bankrupt already prevents him from doing that, but it would be amusing to be able to write "trustee-less undischarged bankrupt and vexatious litigant Patrick Ross" from time to time.
I might have to set up a hot key.
P.S. If you want howlingly funny evidence of Patrick's vexatious incompetence, well, you'll have to check back tomorrow, as I will have a never-before-told story of Patrick's legalistic cluelessness.
You'll want to read it.