COVID-19 Closures FAQ

Notice May 2021


Please note: At this time the office at 373 Broadway in Winnipeg is only open to persons who are attending to an already scheduled dispute hearing or making a payment.

If you wish to pay your fine you can pay in full online here.

If you received a ticket you must respond within the response period shown on your ticket. If you wish to admit the offence, (plead guilty) and seek a reduction or dispute the offence, please call 204-945-3156 or 1-800-282-8069 to speak with a court representative.

At this time you can also email to respond to your ticket and a court representative will get back to you.

Please note: If you are responding to your ticket via email you must include your TICKET NUMBER(S), A PHOTO OF YOUR DRIVER’S LICENSE and a PHONE NUMBER you can be reached at during the day.

At this time the office is experiencing higher than normal phone calls if you are having difficulty getting through to the Provincial Offences Court office, you have the option of contacting another court office in the province, please click on the link below to obtain these numbers.

The Guide for Defendants provides general information about the court process for tickets. This guide is not meant to be used as legal advice. If you have any legal questions, contact a lawyer.

If you want to know how your ticket may affect your driver’s safety rating, visit the Manitoba Public Insurance website.

If you fail to respond ON, OR BEFORE, THE FINAL RESPONSE DATE shown on your ticket, you will be CONSIDERED TO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THE OFFENCE. A default conviction will be entered against you, without the involvement of a justice, and a $100 default conviction penalty will be added to the fine shown on your ticket. If you do not pay the full amount of the fine and default conviction penalty, you may not be allowed to get or renew a driver’s licence or vehicle registration. Unpaid amounts may be sent for third-party collection which may affect your credit rating and result in more fees.