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Evaluation of Public Safety Canada’s Roles in Support of DNA Analysis

https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/2019-vltn-dna-nlyss/index-en.aspx

Jun 6, 2019 ... Forensic Laboratories to Conduct DNA Analysis 4.3.2 Use of the DNA National Data Bank to Support Criminal Investigations 4.4 Performance – Program Administration/Efficiency and Economy 5. Conclusions 6. Recommendations 7. Management Action Plan Annex A: Program Logic Model Annex B: Documents Reviewed Footnotes Executive Summary This report presents the results

Public Safety Canada Portfolio Report: Victim Complaint Resolution Mechanisms - Canadian Victims Bill of Rights

https://www.publicsafety.gc.ca/cnt/rsrcs/pblctns/2019-vcrm-cvbr/index-en.aspx

Jun 21, 2019 ... their rights under the CVBR while they are in Canada. Canadian citizens or permanent residents may exercise these rights even if they are outside of Canada, as long as the crime took place in Canada. A person who has been charged, convicted, or found not criminally responsible due to a mental disorder for the offence that resulted in the victimization does not meet

Digest of Benefit Entitlement Principles Chapter 7 - Section 3

https://www.canada.ca/en/employment-social-development/programs/ei/ei-list/reports/digest/chapter-7/actions-omissions.html

Jul 16, 2019 ... doubt. Misconduct within the meaning of the employment insurance legislation is determined on the basis of the balance of probabilities, which is much less stringent. The offence which constitutes an infraction or a criminal act which results in a conviction under the Criminal Code would be misconduct resulting in a disqualification when it led to a dismissal

J. B. v. Canada Employment Insurance Commission

https://www1.canada.ca/en/sst/ad/adei-2018-sst-886.html

Jun 12, 2019 ... that the General Division did not produce any explicit written evidence from the X police department relating to a formal accusation of extortion or of any criminal charges brought against her. [8] The Tribunal must determine whether there is an arguable case that the General Division committed a reviewable error based on which the appeal might have a reasonable chance

Immigration and Refugee Protection Regulations

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2002-227/page-49.html

Jun 4, 2019 ... criminality or a foreign national inadmissible under paragraph 36(1)(b) or (c) of the Act on grounds of serious criminality; (d) a deportation order, if they are inadmissible under paragraph 36(2)(b), (c) or (d) of the Act on grounds of criminality; (e) a deportation order, if they are inadmissible under subsection 37(1) of the Act on grounds of organized criminality

Courts Martial Disclosure

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/corporate/policies-standards/legal-policies-directives/courts-martial-disclosure.html

Jul 19, 2019 ... Statement 2. A Prosecutor has a duty1 to disclose all information in his or her possession relevant to the guilt or innocence of the accused, unless the information is excluded from disclosure by a legal privilege. All decisions by a Prosecutor not to disclose on grounds of either privilege or relevance are reviewable by a court martial.2 This disclosure has two

Preclearance Act, 2016

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/P-19.32/page-7.html

Jun 4, 2019 ..., and for that purpose the Attorney General of Canada may exercise any of the powers, or perform any of the duties and functions, assigned under the Criminal Code to an Attorney General. PART 3Related Amendments to the Criminal Code 61 [Amendment] 62 [Amendment] PART 3.1Independent Review The following provision is not in force. Marginal note:Review and report 62.1 Five years

Application for permanent residence – Interim Pathway for Caregivers

https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/application/application-forms-guides/application-temporary-public-policy-caregiver.html

Jul 8, 2019 ... travel document, like a passport be in good health have no criminal or immigration-related convictions convince an immigration officer that you have ties—such as a job, home, financial assets or family—that will take you back to your home country convince an immigration officer that you will leave Canada at the end of your visit have enough money for your stay

Cannabis Regulations

https://laws.justice.gc.ca/eng/regulations/SOR-2018-144/page-17.html

Jun 3, 2019 ... to in subsection (2), the individual (i) was convicted as an adult, or (ii) was a young person who received an adult sentence, as those terms are defined in subsection 2(1) of the Youth Criminal Justice Act; or (b) in respect of an offence committed outside Canada that, if committed in Canada, would have constituted a designated offence, a controlled substance offence

Sexual Misconduct Offences

https://www.canada.ca/en/department-national-defence/corporate/policies-standards/legal-policies-directives/sexual-misconduct-offences.html

Jun 25, 2019 ... that particular attention be given to questions of jurisdiction and communication with victims6. This policy addresses those issues. Sexual Misconduct Action response Team 7. Consistent with the findings of Justice Deschamps in her External Review into Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Harassment7, the direction provided to the CAF by the Chief of the Defence Staff through

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