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 – 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…

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…

Pardons Canada Review- Record Suspension to Remove Criminal Record

pardons.org In March 2012, the Conservative government passed an omnibus crime bill called Bill C-51 which included many changes to the pardons laws. One specific change was the name from “pardon” to “record suspension”.  The effect of the criminal record suspension is the same as the pardon which effectively removes your criminal record from being…