Have a provincial ticket that needs to be paid? Why not enjoy taking care of some fur babies and save the cash.
There is a way to save money if you have received a provincial ticket through the province's Fine Option Program, Community Service Coordinator, Susan Adderley gives us more details.
“This is a program that gives people the opportunity to settle provincial fines by doing unpaid supervised community service work rather than paying in cash.”
Adderley shared there are several ways to work off fines such as providing community service work to the Weyburn Human Society, the Salvation Army, and in the summertime the Weyburn Therapeutic Animal Park.
“It’s a great way to help out and support your community, it’s a win-win for them and for you,” shared Adderley.
The Fine Option program runs out of the Canadian Mental Health Association building at 404 Ashford St. in Weyburn, however, it is required to make appointments in advance, to take advantage of the program you can call Susan Adderley at (306)861-2002