It's silent over there... USA is full of FT8 stations, in Canada you can count them on one hand and you don't even need all your fingers...
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If there is any merit to your claim, consider that Canada has ~ 69,000 hams while the US has ~800,000 hams according to Wikipedia. With less than 10% of the number of hams in Canada compared to the US, it is plausible that for any mode you will hear far less Canadian hams than US hams.
If you then project that the population density of hams follows the general population density, Canada will have the majority of the ham population in the Quebec and Ontario provinces and then generally closer to the US border. If you are located within this region you are less likely to "hear" the majority of Canadian hams on HF frequencies due to propagation effects.