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2017 Commissioner of Firearms report | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Nov 12, 2019 ..., or has been convicted of certain Criminal Code offences. In 2017, there were approximately 2,109,531 licenced individuals across Canada, which includes both PAL holders and Minor's licences (Table 1). Table 1: Individual firearms licences, by type and province or territory* Footnote 1 Province or territory PAL Minor's licence Total Alberta 299,683 2,021 301,704

Guide 3998 - Sponsorship of adopted children and other relatives

Oct 8, 2019 ... Generally, persons with a criminal conviction are not admitted into Canada. However, if a prescribed period has passed after they have completed their sentence or committed an offence and during which they were not convicted of a subsequent offence, they may be deemed to have been rehabilitated. If they are not deemed to have been rehabilitated, they may, under

Electoral Insight - Election Legislation Enforcement - Elections Canada

Oct 16, 2019 ... of the Criminal Code. However, the Canada Elections Act adopted in 2000 enhanced the compliance role of the Commissioner by providing him with two new tools: compliance agreements and injunctions, about which further details are provided below. Until 1993, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, at the Commissioner's request, carried out investigations of alleged offences

2015 Commissioner of Firearms report | Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Nov 12, 2019 ... applicants. Provide for the discretionary authority of CFOs to be subject to the regulations. Strengthen the Criminal Code provisions relating to orders prohibiting the possession of firearms where a person is convicted of an offence involving domestic violence. Provide the Governor in Council with the authority to prescribe firearms to be non-restricted

J. A. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Oct 18, 2019 ... on this finding. The Applicant’s workers’ compensation benefits were not relevant to the decision. The main problem preventing him from working is pain: not his criminal record—the General Division did not find that his criminal record prevented him from working. It noted only that “[i]t is not clear at this point in time [2004] to what extent potential convictions

Guide Q7000 - Application for Permanent Residence: Quebec Skilled Worker Class

Nov 13, 2019 ... our guide on where to get a police certificate. Convictions / offences outside Canada If you were convicted of or committed a criminal offence outside Canada, you may overcome this criminal inadmissibility by applying for rehabilitation, or you may be deemed to have been rehabilitated if at least ten years have passed since you completed the sentence imposed

Refusal, revocation, cancellation and suspension of Canadian passports

Oct 18, 2019 ... that have the effect of preventing possession of a passport; who has been convicted of a passport offence under the Criminal Code or the equivalent abroad; who owes money to the Crown related to repatriation to Canada or other consular financial assistance; who holds a passport that has not expired or has been revoked; or when reasonable grounds exist to believe

Chapter 3 — 2017-2018 in Focus: The Year in Military Prosecutions

Sep 18, 2019 ... during their interactions with the chain of command. MP are not required to obey the orders of superior officers when those orders conflict with the exercise of their police duties. The CMAC overturned the conviction and ordered a new trial. After further review by DMP following the appeal, it was decided not to prefer the matter for a second court martial. R v

Chapter Three — Military Justice: Developments, Policy Initiatives and Jurisprudence

Sep 20, 2019 ..., emotional and financial harm suffered; The amendment of General Court Martial panel composition; The addition of a review of direction on release from custody by a military judge following a commanding officer’s review of the direction on release; and The addition of circumstances where a person convicted of certain offences will not have a criminal record

Compliance and enforcement policy for the Assisted Human Reproduction Act (POL-0100)

Oct 28, 2019 ... in relation to offences under the Act and the Criminal Code of Canada where applicable. Sections 60 and 61 of the Act contain offence provisions that provide for a fine, a term of imprisonment, or both. Section 60 A person who contravenes any of sections 5 to 7 and 9 is guilty of an offence and (a) is liable, on conviction on indictment, to a fine not exceeding

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