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OTHER SERVICES

FINE PAYMENTS

FOR IMMEDIATE ROADSIDE SANCTIONS:

If you have a Notice of Administrative Penalty from the Immediate Roadside Sanctions (IRS) program:​ 

ALL OTHER FINES AND TICKETS:

Make a full payment for a:

  • Violation Ticket – Offence Notice

  • Violation Ticket – Summons

  • Notice of Conviction

  • Time to Pay Notice

A summons ticket can only be paid online if there’s an amount in the ‘Voluntary Payment’ box.

If you fully pay your ticket by its due date, you will not:

  • Be charged a late fee

  • Need to attend court

PAY A FINE:

To make a payment, you will need the following:

  • Ticket number:

    • for a Time to Pay Notice, use the docket number

  • Valid credit or debit card (VISA Credit, VISA Debit, MasterCard, American Express, Interac Online)

  • Email address to receive your receipt

  • Current web browser (Chrome, Safari, Firefox, Internet Explorer 9 or higher)

  • **Partial payments must be made in person

‘TICKET NOT FOUND’ MESSAGE:

If a ‘Ticket Not Found’ message appears when you click the ‘Pay Your Fine Online’ button, your payment options depend on the age of your ticket.

Recent Ticket:

The ticket hasn’t been entered into the online ticket payment system, yet. In this case, you can:

  • Pay the ticket online at a later date – up to and including the appearance date on the ticket

  • Pay the ticket at a registry office or courthouse

  • Mail your ticket and payment

In rare cases, you may not be able to make an online payment for a ticket until its appearance date.

Older Ticket:

If your ticket was issued more than 2 years ago, you can either:

  • pay the ticket at a registry office or courthouse

mail your ticket and payment

DISPUTE YOUR TICKET:

If you wish to dispute your traffic ticket, visit Traffic Tickets Service to request to resolve the issue online.

ASKING FOR MORE TIME TO PAY YOUR FINE:

If you would like to request more time to pay, visit Traffic Tickets Service.

OTHER WAYS TO PAY:

  • Any ticket or fine you can pay online can also be paid in person or through the mail.

  • If you fully pay your ticket on or before its due date, you won’t be charged a late fee.

  • Do not attend the courthouse to make a full or partial payment without first contacting the court by telephone or email.

  • Information about traffic court operations during the pandemic is updated regularly on the COVID-19 Traffic Court webpage.

Payment by Mail:

Send your ticket and full payment only to:

Provincial Ticket Production Centre
601 5th Street SW
Calgary, Alberta  T2P 5P7

Your payment must be by cheque or money order made out to the Government of Alberta. Be sure to write your ticket number on the back.

OVERDUE TICKETS:

All overdue tickets are:

  • charged a late fee if you don’t pay a ticket by its due date

  • eventually transferred to the Fines Enforcement Program for collection

Traffic Tickets:

You must fully pay an overdue traffic ticket and late fee before a registry agent will provide you with vehicle-related services. If you pay this ticket online, you can get these services from a registry agent later that day by showing them your payment receipt.

Non-traffic tickets

You must fully pay an overdue non-traffic ticket and late fee before a registry agent will provide you with vehicle-related services. If you pay this ticket online, you can get these services from a registry agent later that day by showing them your payment receipt.

Note the amounts listed do not include surcharges and fees.

Schedules 1 and 2 of the Demerit Point Program and Service of Documents Regulation of the Traffic Safety Act lists all Alberta driving offences carrying demerit points.

FINE Payments

QUESTIONS ABOUT A FINE?

For questions about a ticket, an over-due ticket or the Fine Option Program, contact:

Court and Justice Services
Hours of Operation: 8:15 am to 4:30 pm

Mon to Fri, Closed Statutory Holidays
Phone: 1-855-738-4747

To ask to reduce a ticket’s fine, or to fight a ticket or a summons, follow the instructions on the ticket.

RAFFLE LICENCES

Charitable Organizations or Non-Profit Groups must apply to Alberta Liquor and Gaming to be eligible for a Raffle Licence.

For more information on becoming eligible: http://www.aglc.gov.ab.ca/licensingeligibility/default.asp

Once you have been approved, the registry office can issue raffle licences for the organization. Please provide the AGLC ID number that you have been assigned upon approval. Licences can only be issued for raffles $20,000 and under.

WHAT IS A RAFFLE?

A raffle is a lottery scheme where ticket purchasers pay for a chance to win a prize. Any time you pay a price for a chance to win a prize, a raffle licence is needed.

You do NOT need a licence or AGLC approval for:

  • Silent auctions

  • Live auctions

  • Bottle drives

  • Receiving donations

  • Free giveaway contests

  • Fundraising sales – almonds, popcorn, meat

 

You do need a licence for:

  • 50/50

  • Grey Cup/NHL/sports draft pools

  • Chase the Ace

  • Wine survivor

  • Gift basket draws

  • Wine basket draws (no liquor licence required)

  • Table draws

  • Poker rally

  • Squares board

WHO CAN APPLY?

Alberta based non-profit, charitable or religious groups can apply if:

An organization does not need to be registered as a charity with Canada Revenue Agency to be considered a charitable organization with AGLC.

For-profit businesses, individuals and government are not considered charitable or religious and are not eligible to apply for a licence.

POPULAR ELIGIBILITY QUESTIONS:

Answers to some of your questions may be found in our list of popular eligibility questions.

For questions not answered, call AGLC to speak to an Eligibility Analyst.

Phone: 780-651-7600 ext. 4 or toll-free: 1-855-506-1066 ext. 4

HOW TO APPLY:

To apply for approval to conduct raffle licences fill out the Eligibility for Raffle Licence (Total Ticket Value $20,000 and Less Only) which includes an Internet Account Request Form to get your AGLC ID Number. There is no fee to apply for eligibility or the internet account. Return completed forms to AGLC at gaming.licensing@aglc.ca or Fax: 780-447-8911.

How long it takes:

A complete application will take approximately three to five business days to review. If there is any missing information, we will contact you.

The decision:

If approved, you will receive up to two emails:

  • the first will provide your AGLC ID Number, giving you information on how to get your licence

  • the second will provide your password for your internet account, which will allow you to go online to AGLC website and create your raffle licence(s); (you will receive this email if you submitted the Internet Account Request form with the Eligibility Application)

Raffle License

PHOTOS

We are able to take and print photos for:

  • Passports

  • Firearms Licences

  • Permanent Residents Cards

  • Secure Certificates of Indian Status

Please contact us for details and information regarding pick up times.

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