I recently was denied entry into Canada, due to me wanting to bring my other wheels for my vehicle to store them at a U-Haul facility until I started school in Canada in the Spring.
They thought that, because I was bringing my wheels, I was trying to stay illegally until school begins. Also, I don't have my study permit just yet. They thought I would come and hang around to get it when school started.
My main reason for going was to spend the holidays with my girlfriend. I really want to spend the holidays with her. If I bought a plane ticket to Canada, would they have my refusal on record and deny me at the airport as well?