There are many things to like about our neighbors to the north, but sometimes I wonder about them. It turns out that in Canada, if you get pulled over for canoeing while under the influence, your driver's license can be suspended. Your car may even be impounded, according to the National Post. It doesn't happen frequently, but, under the current law, it can. In 2011, a 57-year-old man was charged with operating a paddle boat under the influence and lost his driver's license for 90 days. That same year, another Ontario man had his driver's license suspended for 90 days after being cited for paddling while drunk, leaving him unable to drive his pregnant wife to the hospital for checkups.