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International Transfer of Offenders Act

Apr 8, 2019 ... offence 15 For the purposes of the application of any Act of Parliament to a Canadian offender, the Minister shall identify the criminal offence that, at the time the Minister receives their request for a transfer, is equivalent to the offence of which the Canadian offender was convicted. Probation Marginal note:Deemed probation order 16 A foreign sentence

Guide 3998 - Sponsorship of adopted children and other relatives

May 13, 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

Guide for Convention Refugees and Humanitarian-Protected Persons Abroad (IMM 6000)

Jul 9, 2019 ... Class (Humanitarian-Protected Persons Abroad); show that you have no durable solution; and pass medical, security and criminality checks. 1. Be referred by a refugee referral organization or by private sponsors If you do not have a private sponsor or have not been referred by a designated referral organization, at this point, you are not eligible

International Experience Canada: Create a profile

Jun 17, 2019 ... the child is travelling alone or with someone. Basic entry requirements You must meet some basic requirements to enter Canada. You must: have a valid 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

Applications for Ministerial Review – Miscarriages of Justice / Annual Report 2014 Minister of Justice

Sep 29, 2014 ...Applications for Ministerial Review – Miscarriages of Justice Annual Report 2014 Minister of Justice Previous Page PDF Version Table of Contents Introduction Addressing Possible Miscarriages of Justice History of the Power to Review Criminal Convictions The Current Conviction Review Process Criminal Conviction Review Group The Special Advisor

Youth Criminal Justice Act

Apr 8, 2019 ... (continued) Application of Criminal Code (continued) Marginal note:Part XXVII and summary conviction trial provisions of Criminal Code to apply 142 (1) Subject to this section and except to the extent that they are inconsistent with this Act, the provisions of Part XXVII (summary conviction offences) of the Criminal Code, and any other provisions of that Act

Saskatchewan Review of Parole Ineligibility Rules

Apr 8, 2019 ... with respect to the sentence imposed on me on (date of sentencing) at (place of trial). 2 The sentence referred to in paragraph 1 was imposed on me for the following offence: (specify the offence for which the applicant was convicted, including the Criminal Code section, and give the date of conviction) 3 The sentence imposed on me was (give a description

Evaluation of the Akwesasne Organized Crime Initiative

May 22, 2019 ... continues to prevent a thorough review of the impact of ongoing community outreach activities. 4.1.3 Disruption of Organized Crime Finding: The AMPS-JIT is seen by partner law enforcement agencies as a vital asset for responding to organized criminal activities in and around Akwesasne. The AMPS-JIT’s expertise and participation in joint investigations have led

The Court of Appeal of Alberta Criminal Appeal Rules

Apr 8, 2019 ... an appeal from a conviction, acquittal or stay, or any decision that otherwise concludes criminal proceedings, other than a sentence appeal, including (a) any decision described in section 672.72, subsection 675(3), and sections 676, 784 and 839 of the Criminal Code, (b) an appeal from a costs order in a criminal matter, (c) an appeal or review of a decision under

Food and Drug Regulations,_c._870/nifnev.html

Jun 3, 2019 ... or a designated offence as defined in subsection 2(1) of the Cannabis Act, 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

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