Last blog added on Thursday, August 15th, 2019

Information About National Pardon Centre Blog

The National Pardon Centre blog covers topics relating to criminal pardons, usa entry waivers and fingerprinting services. All topics are specific to Canada.

Recent Posts

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  • RCMP Fingerprint Processing Times and Fees

    When you need a criminal records check with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), a fingerprint submission is a key requirement.  Depending on the method by which you submit your fingerprints, and the results that are found in the RCMP database, the processing time and fees vary.  If you’ve neve … Read more »

  • Fraud Under $5000 in Canada: What You Need to Know

    Fraud is a charge that is similar to theft but has its own legal distinction. Much like theft, fraud involves obtaining goods, services or money in an illegal manner. However, fraud usually entails gaining something through trickery or misrepresentation, while in theft the methods are more straight … Read more »

  • How to Do a Free Background Check on Someone in Canada

    Whether it’s to obtain information about a potential employee, caregiver or even a romantic partner, background checks are a useful tool at anyone’s disposal. Running a free background check on someone is a perfectly valid course of action and shouldn’t be approached with any hesitation or negative … Read more »

  • Assault Charge in Canada

    This article will cover all aspects of being charged with assault in Canada. What is an Assault Charge? Like many charges in the Canadian criminal code Assault covers a fairly wide range of activities. Assault in Canada can be anything from fist fight to a beggar asking for money too aggressively. I … Read more »

  • Pardons for Simple Possession of Marijuana

    The Liberal government finally announced that they will provide an expedited route to getting pardons for simple marijuana convictions. This came on the day of the monumental shift in Canadian drug policy that will surely result in fewer young people having their lives turned upside for a rather har … Read more »