Court Services Branch
Paying a provincial fine
People may pay their fines in person by cash or cheque and by credit and debit cards in all Provincial Court Offices. People can also pay their fines by using a credit card over the telephone at the Fine Collection Branch.
Saskatchewan Justice Online Fine Payments
Payments for Summary Offence Tickets issued in the Province of Saskatchewan can be paid on this website.
Please ensure you have the following information available before submitting payment information:
This transaction will appear on your VISA\MasterCard statement as 'SASK JUSTICE ONLINE INT'.
By making a voluntary fine payment, you are pleading guilty to the offence charged against you on the ticket. If you do not wish to plead guilty, then follow the instructions on the back of the ticket or call during business hours.
Failure to complete the payment form accurately with proper information may delay processing your payment.
A valid email address is required to pay tickets online. The supplied email address will be used to issue an electronic confirmation for your transaction. No other written confirmation will be issued.
Payments will be processed within two business working days after payment information is submitted.
The payment amount you enter is in Canadian Funds. If payment is made with a US credit card, the amount paid will be converted to the US Fund equivalent on your credit card statement.
Refunds will not be processed over the internet. For information regarding a refund of an online payment, please call during regular business hours. Refunds of credit card payments will be made back to the credit card.
If you are unable to proceed with payment or require further information please call (306)787-7821 (in Regina and outside Canada), 1-888-935-5555 (toll free within Canada 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. CST) or attend to your closest Provincial Court office.
If you are paying more than one ticket, a separate payment must be entered for each ticket. Payments will not be properly processed unless entered individually.
If the fine amount is not paid within 30 days of the court imposed due date (not the voluntary payment date), a late payment charge will be added to the fine. This is only true for Offence Notices. For further information, please contact a Provincial Court office during business hours.
If you have received a Notice of Conviction letter, you are paying after the court date. The Notice of Conviction letter provides a due date for your payments in order to avoid a late payment fee. If the due date for the payment of your fine has passed, the late payment fee must be added to the ticket amount. The amount of the late payment fee is indicated on the back of your office notice near the bottom in the “warning” section; part (B). It is your responsibility to ensure that both the ticket amount and late payment fee is paid in full. Saskatchewan Government Insurance will be instructed to suspend your driver’s license until the fine and related fees are paid in full.
By proceeding, I understand that I am pleading guilty to the offence charged against me on the ticket that is being paid.