No. Only 13 of the 40 some British colonies revolted in 1776. The rest remained British, hence places like Canada. Which was attacked by the USA in 1812, the Americans thinking that the Canadians would welcome "liberation" from the Brits. They were wrong - the Canadian Militia fought back pretty hard, and it was they who sacked Washington.
They had become allies by WWI - albeit reluctantly for the USA. Again in WWII, but, still reluctantly, although not as much as in WWI. By the time the war had ended, the UK, and USA were pretty much friends, and this friendship has grown since then. Canada became a country of it's own, independent of the UK, and Canada is actually the USA's closest ally, and friend.