Pardons Canada Review – Helping People To Navigate a Complicated Process

pardons.org The process of obtaining a pardon/record suspension is complicated and takes time.  There are ten steps that need to be completed and done correctly in order for the Canadian government to approve the application. Pardons Canada has been helping Canadians for the past 25 years to obtain a pardon/record suspension, file destruction or US…

Pardons Canada – 2014 Canadian Crime Stats Revealing

pardons.org Each year the Canadian government gathers crime statistics from across the country and publishes a report. As you can see from the table below, the conviction of “theft under $5000” is the most common conviction in Canada with over 474,000 police reported crimes. Mischief is another common conviction with over 264,000 police reported crimes.…

Pardons Canada Review – Removing a Peace Bond Can Be Faster Than You Think

pardons.org We help hundreds of people each month to remove criminal records that act as an obstacle for employment and travel. Many criminal charges do not turn out to be full convictions, however if you were fingerprinted by the police then it can be seen in a criminal background check regardless of whether the criminal…

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Pardons Canada – Making Pardons Tougher to Obtain is Harsh and Unfair

pardons.org There is a great article in today’s Toronto Star written by Roy McMurtry, former Attorney General of Ontario and Chief Justice of Ontario, regarding Pardons and how the Harper government has made the process more difficult. http://www.thestar.com/opinion/commentary/2015/06/17/making-pardons-tougher-to-obtain-is-harsh-and-unfair.html At Pardons Canada, we continue to help hundreds of people each month to obtain a pardon/record suspension…

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Pardons Canada Review – Removing a Criminal Record To Be Safe for Travel to US

pardons.org Each month we receive many emails and thank you letters from people we have helped to remove a criminal record by way of pardon, record suspension, file destruction. The following letter comes from a person living in Edmonton who had a petty theft conviction from over 25 years ago.  The person lived with this…