My grandfather was born and raised in Inverness, Quebec Canada, yet my DNA results do not reflect me as being Canadian. I was born and raised in the Unites States of America, yet there is no DNA marker that proves that I am an American.
Canada and the United States are not ethnicities. The ethnicities of those who live in Canada or the United States are of a different origin. Native Americans, although they were here before the Europeans arrived are also not American nor Canadian by their DNA.
So-called Native Americans migrated from Siberia to the western coasts of Canada and the United States, then moved inward. That makes those we call native in America and Canada basically Siberian in ancestry, which makes them essentially Russian/Asian, which explains in part the confrontational history and animosity between these two Peoples: Russians and Americans.
The question that remains is who inhabited North America before the Siberians came to inhabit and claim this land as their own?
To answer that question, you’d have to know how the first human emerged as a human and at what place on the planet that occurred. Did it occur in only one location, as one human in one location, or as two or more humans in the same location, or in simultaneous locations around the planet?