It's going to be on the phone, but it's not advertised on the Canadian apple site because it doesn't support Canadian french. It's pretty much Quebec's fault basically. It only supports France french and not Canadian french so they technically can't advertise that it works in canada when one of the two main languages aren't supported yet.
"In other words, the use of Canadian terms such as ‘igloo’, ‘poutine’, ‘maple syrup’, ‘hockey’, ‘eh’, ‘back bacon’, ‘John Candy’, ‘Celine Dion’, and others (what else am I forgetting??) might not register in Siri because there is no “Canadianized” version either in English or French, just as The Loop originally mentioned."