Assault is the Most Common Criminal Charge in Canada

pardons.org According to the below article, assault is the most common criminal charge in Canada. Many of our clients who we get a Pardon for have common assault charges.  Most of these charges result from domestic disputes which ends up with one of the partners calling the police.  When the police arrive, they will most…

Job Security and Removing Your Criminal Record

pardons.org Many of the people that call us are very concerned about their ability to get a good job in light of a past criminal record. We recently received a letter from a client we helped expressing his challenges of having a criminal record. “There were severe difficulties to overcome, and this period was marked…

A Criminal Record Can Make You Sick…Literally!

pardons.org We help many people who carry around the burden of a criminal record for years without knowing they can cure their “disease” with a Pardon. Here is a recent letter we received from a person we helped to get a Pardon: “You don’t know what I went through for the last 15 years.  Having…

How to Remove Your Criminal Record to Get A Job

Your past can significantly impact your future, and understanding how to remove a criminal record to get a job is essential for unlocking career opportunities and bettering yourself. Pardons Canada offers a comprehensive view of the process and expert advice and delivers practical guidance and hope to our clients across the country. The Impact of…

Pardons Canada – Getting a Pardon for Impaired Driving

pardons.org Impaired Driving is considered a criminal record and can affect the life of the person charged in many ways.  Here is a letter we recently received from a retired school teacher: “The first ramification was the shame and embarrassment I felt within my own personal family.  To be a role model to two grown…

Having a Criminal Record is Depressing

pardons.org We often receive letters from clients to whom we have helped to get a pardon who have suffered from depression due to their criminal past. One isolated incident that leads to an arrest and conviction can quite literally throw an otherwise healthy person into a depression. Here is an exerpt from a letter we…