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Failing to remain

Failing to remain is one of the most serious charges in the Highway Traffic Act.

Under the Highway Traffic Act, penalties include a fine of between $400 and $2,000, seven demerit points, a maximum of six months in jail, and a suspended licence for up-to two years. If convicted under the Criminal Code, you may be liable for imprisonment up-to five years.

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