What is a discharge?
A discharge is granted when the court finds you guilty of an offence but chooses not to convict you after considering your special circumstances. You do, however, have a criminal record. If you also have convictions on your record and you apply for a pardon, the record of your discharge will be removed when your pardon is granted.
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If you only have a discharge on your record and the discharge was given prior to July 24, 1992, an application must be made to the R.C.M.P. Purge Unit and to the arresting police service to have the record removed.
If you have a discharge on your record and the discharge was given on or after July 24, 1992, the record of your offence is removed automatically from CPIC after one year for an absolute discharge, and three years for a conditional discharge.