To enter the US to get married to a US citizen, the US citizen must first petition you for a K-1 visa and you must obtain that visa.
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You tell them the truth, anything short of that may be a material misrepresentation and could result in your permanent (but waivable) inadmissibility to the United States. However, they may deny your entry for immigrant intent. You will have to show you are planning to return to Canada after marrying, with the intent of filing an alien relative petition and consular processing thereafter.
To do it properly, if you intend to stay post-marriage, you should apply for a fianceé visa before entering the U.S.
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