Pardons Canada – Remove Criminal Record in P.E.I. (Prince Edward Island)

www.pardons.org Even though PEI is considered Canada’s smallest province, there are still situations where people in that province get into trouble with the police.  The criminal offences can range from Impaired Driving or DUI, to theft, assault, fraud and narcotics. Once you have been convicted of a criminal offence you will need a pardon or…

Pardons Canada – Removing a Criminal Record in Saskatoon and Regina

www.pardons.org There are thousands of people each year who get charged with a criminal offence across Canada.  Criminal convictions can include DUI, theft, fraud, assault, uttering threats, and possession of a controlled substance. Once you are fingerprinted by the police then you have a criminal record which can be seen on a criminal background check…

Pardons Canada – Removing a Criminal Record to be safe to travel

www.pardons.org The Americans can deny you entry to the US if you have a criminal record.  If you have been fingerprinted by the police and later convicted for a fraud, theft, drugs, or any other conviction, then the US border agents can see your fingerprints and conviction on their screen and deny you entry to…

Pardons Canada Review – How To Remove a Criminal Record in Ontario

www.pardons.org When you are fingerprinted for a criminal offence, even if the charge was later withdrawn, dismissed, stayed, peace bond, or discharged then the prints can be seen in a criminal background check and could interfere with employment and travel. Many people think that if they win in court, in other words, if the charges…

Pardons Canada – How To Remove Criminal Record in Ottawa

www.pardons.org Once you have been convicted of a crime, the criminal record will stay forever until a pardon or record suspension is granted.  This is particularly an issue if you require a criminal background check for work as it will show up and you will not be able to obtain employment. Also, the Americans can do…

Information About DUI in Ontario

Known largely by the American moniker DUI—an acronym for driving under the influence—impaired driving is the charge you’ll face in Canada and Ontario if you’re caught operating a motor vehicle (this includes cars and trucks, boats, off-road vehicles, and snowmobiles) under the influence of alcohol. In Canada, it’s a criminal offense to drive if you’ve…

Pardons Canada Review – Social Assistance for Pardons

www.pardons.org Having a criminal record can be a huge barrier to employment, especially since most employers in Canada are conducting criminal background checks prior to hiring. If you are on social assistance or disability pension, you may be able to get funding from your social worker as it is in their best interest to help…

Pardons Canada Review – How Long Does a US Entry Waiver Last?

www.pardons.org People are shocked when they are stopped at the US border and ultimately denied entry to the US due to a past criminal record.  The reason people are surprised is because they either thought the criminal record was already gone or they did not believe that the Americans can see the criminal record. You…

Pardons Canada Review – Getting a Record Suspension Approved

www.pardons.org The application process for a pardon or record suspension takes time and has become more complicated due to the new rules implemented by the Conservative government in 2012. There are many steps to the process and navigating it on your own can be time consuming and confusing.  A pardon or record suspension can be…

Pardons Canada – Pardon Fee and Wait Times for Pardons Being Reviewed

pardons.org Pardons Canada has been actively  lobbying the Liberal government to reverse some of the laws set by the former Harper government with Bill C10 pertaining to pardons in Canada. Here is an open letter sent by Pardons Canada to the current Prime Minister and Public Safety Minister urging changes to the law: Open Letter…