Pardons Canada – Assault and Anger Management for Pardons in Canada

pardons.org Perhaps one of the most common criminal charges in Canada is assault. Domestic assault is most common but other assault charges include assault causing bodily harm, assault with a weapon, uttering death threats. Oftentimes, people are charged with assault and the charges are later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed in court or absolute or conditional discharge…

Pardons Canada – Ominbus Crime Bill and Its Affect on Pardons

pardons.org The Omnibus crime bill C-10 is now before the Senate for final approval. The Conservative Harper govt. is proposing changes to the Pardons rules that will make it harder to get in the future. The unfortunate part about these stricter rules is that the current Pardons system works, with a very low number of…

Pardons Canada – Liberal Senators Oppose Omnibus Bill C10

pardons.org The omnibus Bill C10 is currently before the Senate for final approval. At Pardons Canada we have been opposed to the changes set out in the original Bill C23 affecting Pardons in Canada especially relating to their proposal to change the terminology to “Record Suspension” and the longer wait times to be eligible for…

Pardons Canada – Ontario Pardon for DUI

pardons.org A DUI in Ontario and throughout Canada is considered a criminal offence. It is also referred to as “Impaired Driving”, “Driving While Impaired”, and “Over .08 Milligrams”. “Refusing to provide a breath sample” is considered the same as a DUI and carries a criminal record. If you are convicted of a DUI then you…

Pardons Canada – Getting a job with a DUI

pardons.org We help hundreds of Canadians each week to obtain a Canada Pardon for various criminal records, among the most common is DUI. Many people don’t realize that having a criminal record can seriously impede the ability to get work. Nowadays, most employers are doing criminal background checks before hiring for a position. Unless a…

Pardons Canada – 10 Reasons to Oppose Bill C-10 Omnibus Crime Bill

pardons.org We have been against the proposal to change the rules for pardons proposed under Bill C23 ever since the government introduced the legislation over one year ago. The Pardons system is working as evidenced by the incredibly low number of those re-offending once a pardon is granted. Changing the name from “Pardons” to “Record…