New Brunswick MIP Laws

Have you been cited for an underage alcohol offense in New Brunswick, Canada? At Onlinedrugclass.com our professional educational courses can help you. Our MIP courses are available online so there is no need to drive anywhere. Satisfy your court-ordered requirement from any computer or mobile device- it's easy and reliable.

The Law

The legal drinking age in New Brunswick, Canada, including St. John, is 19 years of age. According to the Liquor Control Act, persons under 18 are not to be in a licensed beverage room where liquor can be legally sold or consumed there, unless given authorization.

Minors (those under 18) are not allowed in cabarets or cocktail rooms where alcohol is served unless accompanied by a parent, guardian, common-law partner, or spouse who is at least 18 years of age.

The Penalties

The Liquor Control Act states the following:

127(1) Every person, not being a corporation, who offends against any provision of subsection 111(1), clause 112(b), subsection 121(1) or clause 122(c), or any provision of a regulation made under subsection 11(3.1), is guilty of an offense and is liable, on summary conviction,

(a) in the case of a first offense, to a fine of not less than $2,000 and not more than $20,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than six months or to both; and

(b) in the case of a second or subsequent offense, to a fine of not more than $50,000 or to imprisonment for a term of not more than 18 months or to both.

The Solution

  • Comply with your court orders and follow all requirements.

If you have been found guilty of illegal alcohol possession or consumption, browse our online New Brunswick MIP classes today. Take courses when you’re ready, and log in and out as you need. Whether you need an 8, 12, 16, or 24-hour course, enroll today and be on your way to a clean record.

What payments do you accept for the MIP class?

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What do the MIP classes cost?

The course cost differs, depending on the class duration. See below:

  • 8-Hour (Level 1) MIP Class – $149.00
  • 12-Hour (Level 2) MIP Class – $199.00
  • 16-Hour (Level 2) MIP Class – $249.00
  • 24-Hour (Level 3) MIP Class – $319.00

All courses include free enrollment processing and free certificate shipping.

How do I complete the MIP course?

Our Minor-in-Possession classes are completed entirely online. Simply enroll in the class of your choosing and get started. It's that easy.

Can I take breaks or use multiple devices?

Absolutely! Feel free to log in and out of our MIP class as often as you'd like.

Will the Certificate of Completion be mailed to me?

Of course! We provide free shipping on all Certificates of Completion. Shipping typically takes less than seven business days.

How much time is needed to complete the MIP class?

How long is your course? The time it takes to complete our MIP classes depends on a variety of factors, including which course you are enrolled in and how quickly you complete it.

What's needed to pass? Can I retake the test?

Yes, you can retake our final exam as often as needed! It's all but impossible to fail our MIP class. To pass the final exam, you will need to score 80 percent or higher.

New Brunswick MIP Laws

Learn the underage drinking laws and penalties in New Brunswick.

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