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How to Do a Free Background Check on Someone in Canada

Whether it’s to obtain information about a potential employee, caregiver or even a romantic partner, background checks are a useful tool at anyone’s disposal. Running a free background check on someone is a perfectly valid course of action and shouldn’t be approached with any hesitation or negative connotations, such as being paranoid or invasive. ThatRead More
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Pearson Airport Closed for US Waiver Submissions

Please be advised that the United States Customs and Border Protection Waiver Office is now closed until further notice and will no longer be accepting waiver applications, as per the notice on Toronto Pearson’s website: https://www.torontopearson.com/PearsonContent.aspx?id=1198&terms=us+entry+waiver# Following years of Saturday-only business hours, this office was briefly accepting applications on Tuesdays prior to closing completely forRead More
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Toronto Pearson Airport is again accepting US Entry Waiver Applications

UPDATE (March 15, 2018) : Please be advised that the United States Customs and Border Protection Waiver Office located at the Toronto Pearson Airport is again accepting US Entry Waiver applications. Please note that their business hours have changed. They will accept US Entry Waiver submissions on Tuesdays only, from 8:00AM to 4:00PM.    Read More
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UPDATE FOR BC AND ONTARIO PARDON APPLICANTS CONVICTED PRIOR TO MARCH 2012

Good news for pardon applicants currently residing in British Columbia and Ontario. The Parole Board of Canada is upholding recent court decisions in those provinces which found retroactive changes to the pardon program under Stephen Harper and the Conservative’s ‘tough on crime’ stance to be unconstitutional. Bill C-10, which came into full effect as ofRead More
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