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Locked: Convicted ticket AFTER moving to another province. What happens?

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Convicted ticket AFTER moving to another province. What happens?

Ontario license;
Speeding ticket received in ON: Aug 2017
Fought ticket, court date scheduled: Feb 2018

Moved to QC. Changed license from ON to QC: Nov 2017

I just realized I missed my court date. My license is not Ontario anymore, it's Quebec now.

What happens to my conviction? Will it just auto-transfer to my Quebec license?
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buliwyf wrote: Ontario license;
Speeding ticket received in ON: Aug 2017
Fought ticket, court date scheduled: Feb 2018

Moved to QC. Changed license from ON to QC: Nov 2017

I just realized I missed my court date. My license is not Ontario anymore, it's Quebec now.

What happens to my conviction? Will it just auto-transfer to my Quebec license?
Quebec has an agreement with Ontario, the State of New York and the State of Maine that any demerit points earned in either jurisdiction will be passed to Quebec and vice versa.


Demerit points accumulated outside Québec follow you back here

Québec has entered into reciprocal agreements with Ontario, Maine and the State of New York.

As a result, the SAAQ is notified if you commit an offence that leads to the entry of demerit points in those jurisdictions. Those points will be entered on your driving record as if the offence had occurred in Québec.

https://saaq.gouv.qc.ca/en/drivers-lice ... it-points/

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