A discussion of when someone can be inadmissible to Canada for having committed a crime which doesn’t lead to a conviction.
Sania (Ahmed) Chaudhry was counsel in Garcia. She is currently Legal Counsel (Professional Conduct Proceedings) at Real Estate Council of Alberta.
2:00 Introduction and an overview of Garcia v. Canada.
15:00 The purpose of Canada’s inadmissibility provisions.
17:10 What is the standard of proof for determining that someone committed a crime where there is no conviciton?
19:45 A review of Enforcement Manual 2
30:30 Determining equivalency and issues with inadmissibility findings where there is no conviction.
39:30 Dlieow v. Canada (Citizenship and Immigration)
46:00 Living in a society where the State makes everything a crime.