Two men from the Souris area were charged on Friday in separate incidents of passing a school bus that had its red lights flashing.
A 17-year-old youth and 56-year-old man were served violation tickets Sept. 6.
Failing to stop for a school bus when the red flashing lights are activated earned the drivers 12 demerit points, resulting in suspension of their licences for three months, and a fine up to $5,000.
To have a licence reinstated, the driver must meet with Highway Safety, pay a $100 reinstatement fee and take a defensive driving course within six months of the getting their licence back.
After the reinstatement, the driver remains on a demerit point probation in which any further demerits within one year will result in a further licence suspension.
RCMP remind drivers to go slow when the yellow lights are flashing and stop if there are red lights.