As per AttorneyGeneral.jus.gov.on.ca

You have the right to challenge your tickets in court. Many court locations permit defendants to meet with prosecutors before the trial to see if the charge can be resolved. If you receive an Offence Notice (ticket) for an offence other than parking, stopping or standing of a vehicle, you should phone the court and ask about First Attendance options.

Non-Serious Traffic Tickets in Ontario

How to Fight Traffic Tickets: A great explanation about how to fight different traffic ticket types in Toronto and Ontario in general.
Checking Traffic Ticket Status: Ontario government provides several steps if you want to check the status of you ticket.
Halton Police: The HPD website provides comprehensive information about traffic tickets in their region.
Speeding Charges Toronto Ontario: Speeding tickets are one of the most common violations however they can still have a negative impact on your license.
Toronto Police Department: Excellent resource if you have any type of traffic violations in Toronto.
Careless Driving Charge: When you’re charged with careless driving you can receive several demerit points and a large fine.

Suspended License Charge: This will provide some information about how you fight your suspended driving charge in Ontario.

Failure to pay the fine imposed upon conviction by the due date will result in one or more of the following: For certain offences, including parking infractions, the Ontario Ministry of Transportation could refuse to issue or validate your vehicle permit

Legal Help

How to Find a Paralegal: A great government resource for locating a paralegal company in Ontario.
Commercial driving CVOR charges: When you job is at risk you definitely need to seek a legal opinion. If you have a commercial driving ticket or CVOR charges then it’s recommended you get legal assistance.
Ontario Attorney General: Many questions about the court system in Ontario are answered on this website.