Here’s How to Apply for Long-Promised Cannabis Pardons
Since cannabis was legalized last fall, the federal Liberals have promised Canadians with prohibition-era marijuana possession records a way of erasing them.
Thursday in Montreal, federal justice minister David Lametti announced details of how to go about it.
People who want to clear their slate face a complex process that involves getting their fingerprints taken, applying for a copy of their criminal record and getting a record check from their local police.
Former members of the military face an extra step of getting a copy of their conduct sheet, either from the defence department or from the national archives.
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