Reacting to an approaching emergency vehicle

As required by law, a motorist who sees or hears an emergency vehicle must clear the way. When a police, fire or ambulance vehicle is approaching from either direction, with lights flashing or siren on, motorists are required to pull to the right, and if possible, stop. This is especially important during peak traffic times. Also, motorists must yield to an emergency vehicle at intersections.
It is also illegal to follow within 150 meters a fire vehicle or ambulance responding to a call.
Failing to pull over and stop for an approaching emergency vehicle can result in the following:
Fine - $90 ($125 in a Community Safety Zone), plus 3 demerit points on your driving record upon conviction.