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Hi everyone, i was looking for alittle help! I use to live in Ontario and moved to Alberta. My licence was suspended while i was living in ontario and when i moved i got my alberta licence. I'm now moving back to Ontario and i still have an active alberta licence, and my ontario licence is still suspened. and i am driving from alberta to ontario. My question is: if i was to get pulled over in Ontario and they saw i have an active alberta licence but my ontario licence was suspended can i get a ticket or not be able to drive? I need to know if i can still drive in ontario? thanks for your help!
Even with a valid Alberta licence, you're still under suspension in Ontario. So if you were stopped and police ran your Alberta licence, CPIC (the police Federal database) would alert the officer to your Ontario suspension.