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Explore our press coverage over the years since we began in 1989.

Pardon backlog affects thousands of former offenders

For thousands of Canadians who have long-since served their sentences and returned to a crimefree life, advocates say the backlog means their criminal records are easily obtained

By Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press

New rules make for massive drop in pardons

Applications for criminal record suspensions, formerly known as pardons, have plummeted since the Conservative government finalized tough new rules last spring.

By Jim Bronskill and Bruce Cheadle, The Canadian Press

Employment Barrier #1: The Pardons System

Obtaining a criminal pardon has never been trickier for ex-felons, according to Willie Gibbs, the former chair of the Parole Board of Canada.

By CBC News