The Licence Suspension Appeal Board

Overview

The Board may grant conditional driving privileges only if they are satisfied that:

  • Exceptional hardship will result if the suspension remains in effect, AND
  • The granting of a conditional licence is not contrary to the public interest.

You can apply for an appeal to the Licence Suspension Appeal Board (LSAB) to determine if you qualify for a conditional driver’s licence.

Processing

Processing your application for the Board takes approximately twelve to fourteen (12-14) weeks for a complete application. Dependent on current time lines you may serve a portion of your suspension prior to being heard by the Board.

There are specific requirements to appeal to the LSAB depending on what enforcement authority took action against your driver’s licence. Please click on the links below to find out about the Application and Hearing process.

Contact Us

In order to process communication about your application:

  • If sending information by fax you must include a fax cover page with the Appellant's name and file number.
  • If sending information by email the subject line of your email must contain the Appellant's name and file number.
  • The Board office cannot release information to third parties without a signed authorization on file.
  • Please note that it is Board policy to not provide Hearing dates or the results of Hearings over the phone. All Hearing dates and board decisions will be sent by regular mail.

All enquiries and correspondence related to the board should be directed to:
The Licence Suspension Appeal Board
200 - 301 Weston Street
 Winnipeg MB R3E 3H4
 Phone: (204) 945-7350
 Fax: (204) 948-2682

 Email: lsabmrcboards@gov.mb.ca