Pardons Canada – How Long Does it Take to Get a Pardon? – Contesting the New Rules

www.pardons.org If you have been convicted of a criminal offence then you will need a pardon or record suspension to remove your criminal record from public record. The eligibility requirements for a pardon or record suspension changed in March of 2012 due to a change in legislation by the Conservative government.  The waiting period for…

Pardons Canada – Public Consultation to Amend Pardons Laws

Please click on the link below to respond to the government survey about possible changes to the pardons laws: https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/cnslttns/rcrd-sspnsn/index-en.aspx In 2012 the Conservative Government made changes to the pardons laws that made it harder to get a pardon with higher fees and longer eligibility requirements. Summary offences were changed from a 3 year waiting…

Pardons Canada – Liberals to Possibly Reverse Pardons Laws Set By Conservative Government

pardons.org Pardons Canada has long been an advocate for the rights of Canadians to obtain a pardon or record suspension to remove a criminal record from public screening. In light of the recent news article “Liberals to possibly reverse pardons laws set by Conservative government”, Pardons Canada has put out a press release about an…