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May 19th - Use Provincial Offences Act Court online services to exercise your ticket options

While the Provincial Offences Act Court Office is hoping to resume in-person services soon, people are reminded that the same services can be accessed online at to promptly exercise any of their options outlined on any notice or ticket.

The services available online include:

  • Payments

  • Dispute a ticket

  • Submit a Motion of Extension of Time to Pay

  • Submit a disclosure request

  • Filing a request for reopening

In addition, a secure drop-off box is also available at the main entrance of the following locations:

  • 100 Constellation Drive;

  • 255 Centrum Boulevard.

If you received an Offence Notice (ticket) or a parking ticket after March 1, 2020, you are asked to promptly exercise one of the options listed on the ticket. If a ticket or notice is not responded to by Monday, May 31, 2021, it will be interpreted that you are not in dispute with the charge and a Justice of the Peace may enter a conviction for the offence. Promptly settling your affairs may also avoid accruing late fees or difficulties in renewing your driver’s licence and licence-plate sticker.

If you are unsure of your options and prefer to speak to someone or require an accommodation, you may call the court services team Monday to Friday, 8 am to 5 pm, at 613-580-2400 (TTY 613-580-2401) and press option three (3).

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