I've been planning a trip to nova scotia/ new foundland/ labador and recently found out that canada has a law that "if you have ever been convicted of driving under the influence, you are not driving in canada". I read recently that our new president, technically will never be able to drive in canada because of this law. I also have two such convictions, one in '76 and one in '79. Do you think this is going to prohibit me from traveling thru canada. Can the border officials access USA driving records?