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Applications for Ministerial Review Miscarriages of Justice / Annual Report 2013 Minister of Justice

Oct 13, 2013 ...Applications for Ministerial Review – Miscarriages of Justice Annual Report 2013 Minister of Justice Previous Page PDF Version Table of Contents 1. Introduction 2. Addressing Possible Miscarriages of Justice 2.1 History of the Power to Review Criminal Convictions 2.2 The Current Conviction Review Process 2.3 Criminal Conviction Review Group 2.3.1

Sponsorship of adopted children and other relatives — The sponsor’s guide (IMM 5196)

Oct 9, 2019 ..., a performance bond, or family support payments, For more information. See Defaults below. are an undischarged bankrupt, were convicted of an offence of a sexual nature, a violent criminal offence, an offence against a relative that results in bodily harm or an attempt or threat to commit any such offences—depending on circumstances such as the nature of the offence, how

Information for British Columbia and Ontario residents applying for a record suspension

Aug 1, 2019 ...Information for British Columbia and Ontario residents applying for a record suspension Recent court decisions in B.C. and Ontario have impacted the way in which record suspension applications may be processed. In response to the court decisions, changes made to the Criminal Records Act (CRA) in both 2010 and 2012 will no longer be applied retroactively

Commissions of inquiry

Oct 1, 2019 ... Salmon in the Fraser River The uncertain future of Fraser River Sockeye: Final Report 2009-2012 Bruce Cohen Bilingual Archived website Royal Commission to Inquire into, Review and Report on the Administration of Quartz Mining and Placer Mining in the Yukon Territory Report on Matters Concerned with the Administration of Quartz and Placer Mining in the Yukon

How to apply for a visitor visa

Aug 19, 2019 ..., how to give, and where to give your biometrics. 3. We process your application After we get your biometrics, we start processing your application. See how long it takes to process your application. If we need more information from you, we’ll contact you. 4. We make a decision on your application When we finish reviewing your application, we let you know

N. G. v. Minister of Employment and Social Development

Sep 5, 2019 ... of this Act, the Minister may, unless that person has been convicted of an offence under any provision of this Act or of the Criminal Code in connection with the obtaining of the benefit payment, remit all or any portion of the amount or excess of the benefit payment. [18] In Tucker, the Federal Court of Appeal faced a case that is similar to this one

Quarterly Financial Report for the Quarter ended December 31, 2016

Aug 14, 2019 ...), and the Criminal Code. The CCRA empowers the Board to make conditional release decisions for federal offenders and offenders in provinces and territories without their own parole boards. Provincial Boards currently exist in Quebec and Ontario. The CRA entitles the Board to order, deny and revoke record suspensions for convictions under federal acts or regulations

Tax evasion. There are consequences.

Jun 24, 2019 ... referrals from the public and partners. Review files using latest investigative techniques. Investigate and gather information and evidence through search warrants. Consult with partners and prepare for prosecution. Results 2016-2017: 37 criminal tax convictions, $ 10 M in court imposed fines, 50.5 years of court imposed jail time. Join the conversation Twitter

Study permit: How to apply

Sep 24, 2019 ... 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 you back to your home country convince an immigration officer

Part II - Standards - Transport Canada

Aug 15, 2019 ....18 Reserved for future use II.19 Security Clearances 1) The following checks shall be conducted for the purpose of granting a security clearance: a) a fingerprint-based criminal records check; b) a check of the relevant files of law enforcement agencies, including intelligence gathered for law enforcement purposes; and c) a CSIS indices check. 2

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