Effective Friday, September 17, a province-wide mandatory masking order will be implemented for all indoor public spaces.
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An immediate driver's licence suspension is issued to drivers who have an illegal amount of alcohol and/or drugs in their body, or who refuse to provide a breathalyzer without a reasonable justification. Additional information about roadside suspensions can be found on the Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) website.
If you have been issued an immediate roadside licence suspension, you can appeal SGI's decision to the Highway Traffic Board (HTB). You have 90 days from the day you receive the notice of suspension to file your appeal.
The following are roadside licence suspensions that are eligible for appeal to the HTB:
When you appeal a roadside suspension, the HTB will consider the following:
Hardship is not a factor taken into account in a roadside suspension appeal. You have the option of legal representation when you appeal. The immediate roadside licence suspension is distinct and separate from the criminal code charge. A restricted driver's licence cannot be considered for appeal.
How to File an Appeal:
Information the Board Will Consider:
What to Expect at an In-Person Hearing:
If you are filing a written appeal, two board members will review your application and SGI's information package as soon as it is available.
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