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Pay a Provincial Fine

If you have received a summary offence ticket you have a number of ways to pay the ticket. A summary offence ticket is a ticket issued under Saskatchewan law where the offence is of a less serious nature and carries a lesser penalty than an indictable (can be tried in court) offence. A common example of this is a traffic violation.

By making a voluntary fine payment, you are pleading guilty to the offence charged against you on the ticket. If you do not wish to plead guilty, then follow the instructions on the back of the ticket or call a Provincial Court Office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. for more information.

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1. How to Pay a Fine

You may pay fines in person, by cash or cheque, or by credit and debit cards in all Provincial Court Offices.

You may also pay the fine online. Please ensure you have the following information available before submitting payment information:

  • A valid email address - the supplied email address will be used to issue an electronic confirmation for your transaction. No other written confirmation will be issued.
  • Summary Offence Ticket Number - will appear on the top right or left hand corner of the ticket name as it appears on the ticket: See Sector 1 on the ticket.
  • Voluntary payment date - see Sector 2 on the ticket.
  • Court date and location - see middle section of ticket Sector/Part 3 or 4 on ticket.
  • Amount paid: See Voluntary Payment option on ticket, Sector 2 on the ticket.
  • Visa/MasterCard Number, name as it appears on card and expiry date.

Late and Other Payments

If you are making a payment more than 15 days after the court imposed due date, a late payment fee will have been applied to the outstanding balance. For the amount of the late fee, please refer to the back of your ticket.

If you are paying more than one ticket online, a separate payment must be entered for each ticket. Payments will not be properly processed unless entered individually.

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2. Online Payment

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3. Further Information

Failure to complete the payment form accurately with proper information may delay processing your payment.

Payments will be processed within two business working days after payment information is submitted.

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