In some ways yes, but, in other ways, absolutely not.
Americans tend to be a lot more individualistic, and the "Protestant Work Ethic" is a very strong thing there. Canadians are far more community minded, working together to solve issues. That i why the richest people are Americans, but, Canada has a much stronger middle class, as few are very rich, or very poor.
Americans are much more militaristic, while Canadians love peace - unless they get attacked, or another country becomes belligerent, then they fight like demons. After the war, most just go back to their civilian lives.
Both have fairly similar tastes in music, and food, although Americans like food saltier, and sweeter than Canadians do. But, not by much. Canadians are far less racist than Americans, and strive to be multi-cultural, which is seen as a good thing in Canada, which has diverse cultures. Americans welcome people from everywhere, but, in to the American culture.
Work, and social life are very similar in both places. Industry as well, although Canada has stronger safety laws. Canadians are healthier, and better educated than Americans - part of that community minded vs. individual spirit that each country has.