This dismissal will not be reported on a general employment inquiry, but may be reported in certain instances such as applications for working with elderly or children, and industries that have privileged access. If your probation is completed, it won't inhibit your travel at all.
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However, you can have it sealed.
Canada has very peculiar conditions regarding this.
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The charge will show up as dismissed on your CORI. Who can see it will depend on the level of access that the employer has, for example jobs that work with vulnerable populations such as children have access to see dismissed cases.
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