- Individuals who have been convicted of a criminal offence and have completed their sentence successfully portraying that they are law-abiding individuals may be eligible for a pardon.
- A record suspension keeps the person’s criminal record out of the Canadian police information Centre (CPIC) database after which the individual’s criminal record will not be visible in the system.
- The Parole Board of Canada is responsible for ordering, rejecting, and cancelling record suspensions for any crimes convicted.
- Depending on your offense, the wait period is usually from 5-10 years which starts after you have completed your sentence successfully. Once you have provided proper documents you may be granted a pardon.
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