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The difference in the colour of the offence notice goes to the options that the defendant has to deal with the ticket. If you have first attendance court, the offence notice would be one colour and if that is not available in your jurisdiction, the offence notice would be a different colour. (currently I think it is either blue or green) In most jurisdictions, current ticket books can be obtained at the Provincial Offences Court. The last revisions to the Offence Notice was in 2012 and that should be shown at the bottom.

Nancy Macdonald-Duncan