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Pardons Canada

Canadian Pardon

A Canadian Pardon, also known as a record suspension, will clear your criminal record in Canada.


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US Entry Waiver

A US entry waiver overcomes border restrictions and lets you to enter the United States of America.




RCMP certified fingerprinting is the most reliable way to perform a criminal background check in Canada.


Trust Us. We’re Tough on Criminal Records.


You can get in touch with a counsellor at the National Pardon Centre any time during business hours. We are always happy to answer your questions. You can also use the options below help keep yourself informed and/or help us keep your file moving along.

Rest assured that we want your case finished up and in your hands ASAP.


Not our client yet? Not a problem.

If you live near one of our walk in centres the best way to begin your application is to come visit us during business hours. We have digital fingerprinting onsite so if you plan on opening a file be sure to bring TWO pieces of government ID.

If you don’t live near us don’t worry. We handle pardon and waiver applications for people across Canada and abroad.


It’s hard to trust people these days. We know because we’ve heard so many stories. But at the National Pardon Centre your file is in good hands. We’re not just honest, we’re efficient. And we firmly believe we run the best pardon and waiver service in Canada.

Unfortunately we can’t guarantee results or time frames. We can’t because no one can. Decisions are up to the government and time frames are based on the courts, police, RCMP, etc. But rest assured we will always advise you honestly and we will always act in your best interest.

It’s not just our guarantee. It’s our promise!

We’re Trusted

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We’re Secure


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Failure to comply with condition of undertaking or recognizance (CC 145(3)) – Common Criminal Charges

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Failure to comply with condition of undertaking or recognizance (CC 145(3)) is technically a hybrid offence, but it is almost always tried summarily. The sentence for this offence varies, but it is normally limited to a fine or probation. Jail time is normally only imposed for serious infractions or for…


Probation – Criminal Sentencing

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Probation This is possibly the most common penalty handed down by courts. It is delivered for all kinds of offences.  Probation means the person sentenced is given a list of terms they must comply with during the probationary period. Normally this includes reporting to a probation officer at specified times…

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A Criminal Population: The 10% Question

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One of the statistics we deal with in the pardon business on a frequent basis is the percentage of Canadians with a criminal record. The most common number is 10% but I have numbers all the way up to 30% thrown around. All the time we hear that 10% of the…


Unauthorized possession of firearm (CC 91 (1)) / prohibited weapon (91(2)) – Common Criminal Charges

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Unauthorized possession of firearm (CC 91 (1)) / Unauthorized possession of a prohibited weapon (91(2)) is a hybrid offence, but it is normally tried summarily unless the individual is also being charged with other more serious offences. In cases where someone is convicted of this offence alone, they are usually…