Pay a fine (ticket)
You can pay a fine (ticket) that’s processed through the Department of Justice.
Use this service to pay a fine (ticket).
Types of fines
You can use this service to pay for a fine (ticket) that’s processed through the Department of Justice, including:
- fines you owe to the Department of Justice
- summary offence tickets
- parking tickets processed through the provincial court
- criminal code and other fines issued by the provincial court for which you received a notification of a court conviction
You can make a partial payment for most fines (tickets) or pay the fine in full. You need to pay a summary offence ticket if the ticket is not yet convicted by a court in full (no partial payments).
If you pay the fine (ticket) by the due date on the ticket, you don’t have to go to court and no additional action is taken.
You can use this service to pay a fine (ticket) that’s processed through the Department of Justice.
How to pay
- Complete the payment form online.
- Include payment with your form.
- Submit your completed form and payment.
- The service emails you a payment receipt. Keep a copy for your records.
How long it takes
Your fine (ticket) payment is received as soon as you submit your completed form and payment.
There is no cost to use this service, but you need to pay the fine (ticket) amount you owe.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Interac® Online, debit card, cheque, money order, cash. A cheque or money order should be made payable to the Minister of Finance. Payment options may vary depending on whether you pay the fine (ticket) online or in person.
Before you start
Make sure you have the fine number (you can find this on your fine notification or ticket).
When you pay online you need to pay the fine (ticket) by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express), Interac® Online or debit card.
If you’re unable to pay online, you can pay in person at a provincial courthouse .