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Traffic Court

Traffic Court trials resume effective June 1 in all locations except Prince Albert. Traffic Court dockets remain adjourned in Regina, Saskatoon, Estevan, and Prince Albert. All other traffic and provincial offence matters will proceed as scheduled, effective June 1.

Matters that were adjourned due to COVID-19 have been rescheduled. Adjourned-to dates can be found on this page.

Only those necessary to proceedings should attend the court house.

Entrance will be monitored by security and may be restricted or delayed in keeping with public health guidelines.

Anyone exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19 should not attend and will not be admitted. Call the court office to make arrangements if this applies.

Justices of the Peace preside over Traffic Safety Court in Regina and Saskatoon on a full-time, weekly basis. Matters heard in this court are mainly traffic offences, which include speeding and other moving (and non-moving) violations. Offences relating to other provincial statutes, including liquor and wildlife violations, are also dealt with. Traffic Safety Court does not handle parking tickets.


In Regina

Provincial Court Building
3rd Floor, 1815 Smith Street,
Phone: (306) 787-5250

Traffic Safety Court Prosecutor's Office: 306-787-2381

Courtroom 3

Docket Court (first appearance, adjournments, guilty pleas): Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays at 9:00 am.
Trials (trial times set by mutual arrangement through Traffic Clerk): Tuesdays and Thursdays - 9:30 am and 1:30 pm
Mondays and Wednesdays - 1:30 pm

In Saskatoon *

9th floor, First Nations Bank Building,
224 4th Ave. South,
Phone: (306) 933-6621

Courtroom 1

Docket Court: Monday to Friday, 9:00 a.m. and 10:30 a.m.
Trials: Monday to Thursday, 1:30 and 2:30 p.m.

Courtroom 2
Monday to Wednesday, 1:30 and 2:30 p.m.

Note: In all court locations other than Saskatoon and Regina, traffic offences and other charges laid under provincial statutes are dealt with in Provincial Court as part of regular court matters.