Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

Ontario Audio 10:05 AM ET

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Ontario Audio 10:05 AM ET

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TORONTO. x-14s. Speeding scofflaws in Ontario will soon be feeling extra pressure to pay outstanding fines, as the province gives municipalities the power to deny them licence plates. Under changes the Liberal government is set to enact in May, people who have not paid fines for driving-based offences, such as speeding and careless driving, won't be able to get or renew their plates. Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca says even though people with unpaid speeding tickets are already subject to licence suspension, plate denial will be an added motivator to pay those fines.

("..a glance.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

TAG: The current plate denial regime only applies to vehicle-based offences, such as parking tickets and red-light camera fines.

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