While not generally advisable, drinking and driving in and of itself is not illegal in Canada. What is illegal is driving while your ability to operate a motor vehicle is impaired by alcohol. If your blood alcohol level is more than 80mg of alcohol per 100ml of blood and you are caught driving or have care and control of a motor vehicle then you can be charged with “over eighty”.
Some people make threats to others not knowing they could, in fact, be committing a criminal offence. The Criminal Code of Canada has a specific section that defines the criminal offence of “Uttering Threats.” Also the use of or threat of force can even be considered “Assault” without even touching anyone. A personcan be charged just for stating they are going to physically assault another if they instill fear when making the threat.