Most Provincial Offences Act Fines can
be paid online through
www.paytickets.ca. Your ticket must have the number 2360 at the top
This online service is run by Teranet and RBC and is the only system
that integrates with the Ministry of the Attorney General. NO PARKING
TICKETS CAN BE PAID THROUGH THIS SITE.
Please note: Online payments require three days to process and update
the court record and five business days to update Ministry of
Transportation records if your drivers licence is suspended.
OTHER OPTIONS FOR PAYMENT: Fines can also be paid at the Provincial
Offences Office, 824 Dundas Street, Monday to Friday from 8:30 a.m. 4:30
p.m., excluding holidays. Payment options include cash, cheque and/or
money order. Note: a cheque must be certified if your licence is under
suspension. Credit card payments are accepted only when attending in
person at the noted location.
Provincial Offences Court
824 Dundas Street
On March 26, 2001, the Province of Ontario transferred the responsibility for the administration and prosecution of provincial offences in London-Middlesex to the City of London.
This transfer was part of the Province's strategy to realign provincial and municipal roles in the delivery of public services. As a result, the City was required to establish its own administration and prosecution office and courtrooms to deal with charges laid under the Provincial Offences Act.
For more information - including answers to
frequently asked questions - please visit the Provincial Offences Court page.