These countries are economically and culturally close, so population growth patterns are similar
Since early nineties, natural population growth in Canada is slower than in US.
How does Canada keep its total population growth rate on par with its neighbour down South?
Immigration may be the answer - see next slide.
The PR numbers are available for both countries and can be easily compared
IMO (International Mobility) program and TFWP (Temporary Foreign Worker)
US: include CW,E,F,G,H,I,J,K,L,M,O,S,TN,TD,T,U,V visas, put aside all "visitor" visas like B,C,D,NATO
temporary workers and refugees numbers are hard to find compared to PR statistics;
Canada relies heavily on permanent immigrants and temporary workers;
for both countries, the number of refugees arriving each year is much smaller than the number of new PRs and temporary workers and students.