You don't really have a defense to this because you were aware you had an unpaid ticket and the onus is on you to pay it. If you don't receive mail asking for payment you are supposed to call the court house and make arrangements to pay.
Now the driving under suspension ticket may have your Alberta license # on it but the penalties imposed fines and further suspensions will apply to your ability to drive in Ontario. So you should deal with the charge as best you can. Based on the circumstances there's a good chance you can plead this down to a minor charge.
You need to get him to stop driving your vehicle. This could be a life-changing event for him and for you. Either he is driving the vehicle with your permission in which case you can land yourself in a world of trouble or he is stealing it and you'd better report it.laviejha wrote:My spouse has 2 driving under suspension and 1 driving disqualified convictions within a year and a half originating from a dui conviction over 80. He keeps driving. What are the consequences to him for another disqualified conviction? And what would be the consequences to the owner of the vehicle, me?
Former Ontario Police Officer. Advice will become less relevant as the time goes by !