Yes, I do have an international Ancestry.com subscription, but Canada records are extremely limited. The immigration record images I need (so far 3) are corrupted and don't show online. I've reported them to the help desk.
Here's why I think Susan was married in Canada:
1. There are no US marriage records for Susan Niemoller.
2. There weren't any Tanner families in Nebraska in 1920, but plenty in Saskatchewan at that time.
3. Susan's parents were in Saskatchewan in 1920.
4. Susan's last US census record in Nebraska is 1920.
5. Daughter Carroll Susan Tanner born 1925 in St Louis MO (Susan's sister lived in St. Louis in 1925; baby would then be US Citizen, and better health care in US at the time.)
6. Birth records online only show father's last name.
7. Baby Carroll went to Canada at 2 months old. No record for her mother going back to Canada; again, the record won't display. Perhaps the transcription process is not complete.
You've confused me about the Canada-St Albans records--this is in Newfoundland--far east coast. This wasn't a point of entry for my midwestern folks, who entered through Manitoba and mostly the North Portal of Saskatchewan.
Thanks--I'd gladly give you access to view my tree if you like.