I just yesterday had an extended call with an accommodating lady at Canada's Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy (OSB), and can report that the life of trustee-less undischarged bankrupt Patrick "Lord Baron Twatrick von Loadenhosen" Ross is about to get far more interesting.
I will keep the details to myself for the moment, but I will reveal that the OSB, in addition to redoubling its efforts to get Patrick's attention, has been provided with all of the current contact information I have for him, and has further been warned about Patrick's decade-long habit of refusing to answer e-mails sent to his account (currently "firstname.lastname@example.org"), and his refusal to accept registered mail at his parents' Lloydminster address, and his careful screening of calls to his confirmed phone number, and his avoidance of proper legal service, and his weaselly and gutless evasion in general, so they realize what they're getting into.
Ironically, if -- in this situation -- Patrick insists on dodging and weaving as he has for years, the OSB is quite prepared to rule against him without his participation; in short, as he did more than a decade ago, Patrick would once again lose a significant (and potentially quite costly) legal action by default, and wouldn't that be just like him?
In any event, once things start to happen, I will report here, and you will be invited to let Patrick know via the social media platform of your choice, just so he can't fall back on his perpetual defense of, "Gosh, I had no idea, if only someone had told me!!" Yeah, the OSB hears that a lot, and they don't have a lot of patience with it anymore. Especially with Patrick.