Pardons Canada – Crossing the US Border with a Conditional or Absolute Discharge

pardons.org Many people who get a conditional or absolute discharge believe that their criminal charge will disappear on its own.  For the purposes of traveling to the US this is NOT correct.  The Americans will still see the fact that you have been fingerprinted and they do not acknowledge the difference between a regular conviction…

Pardons Canada – Letter from Pardons Canada Opposing Changes to Existing Pardon Legislation Bill C23B

pardons.org We have recently been active in opposing the changes proposed by the Tory Government in Bill C23 regarding current Pardons rules.  The current system WORKS, as evidenced by a 96% success rate of pardoned offenders NOT re-offending. Below is a letter from Pardons Canada to the opposition parties regarding one specific clause of the…