Provincial Offences Office
New to the City of Greater Sudbury – Red-Light Cameras
Starting September 21, 2022, the activation of red-light cameras will commence.
A red-light camera is a system used to photograph motor vehicles that fail to stop when facing a red traffic light at an intersection. The camera captures two photos. The first, before the vehicle enters the intersection and the second, after the vehicle has crossed the stop line. If convicted, the only penalty is a fine against the registered owner of the motor vehicle.
If you receive a red-light camera traffic ticket, you have 15 days to select an option on the back of your ticket. For more information on the options available when receiving this type of ticket, visit Fight a Ticket.
For more information regarding how red-light cameras work, frequently asked questions and their location, please visit Red-light cameras.
The City of Greater Sudbury Provincial Offences Court Office is located on the main floor of the Provincial Tower at 199 Larch Street and is open, Monday to Friday between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. The POA courtroom is located at 200 Brady Street, in C11, on the main floor.
Provincial Offences are quasi-criminal charges primarily issued by police services, various enforcement agencies and city by-law enforcement officers. Charges issued under the Provincial Offences Act, include but are not limited to; driving offences, trespassing, liquor licence, and by-laws such as noise and animal control; along with other contraventions including hunting and fishing infractions.
Please be advised that the Provincial Offences Office cannot provide legal advice or advice regarding the best options for you for resolving your ticket.
If you have selected an option on the back of your ticket and wish to check the status of your matter or court date, please visit www.ontario.ca/ticketsandfines.