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From what I remember, it depends on where the child is born and what its parents citizenship is.
I'm norwegian, my ex is american and my daughter was born in america so she has dual citizenship, she got a us citizenship automatically if I don't remember wrong, because she was born there and I had to apply for the norwegian one since I wanted her to have a norwegian passport and all, to make paper work easier for when I moved back since it'd be a bit odd having an child with a different citizenship than yours when you're a single parent.
I'm not familiar with how it works in Cananda but if the father is also a us, then I'm assuming the baby is most likely going to have a us or maybe a duel citizenship, like yours.
Anniken - 20 years - Mama to 4 year old -student - Norway