When you are a Canadian citizen, they have to let you in, even if you have major diseases, serious criminal record, and is completely penni-less.
All you have to do is show up at the port of entry (yes, even without any documentation), so long they can establish your Canadian citizenship, they have to let you in. It may take hours for them to be absolutely sure of your status, but they have to let you in. This is also true to some extent for permanent residents, though they still can write up a Section 44 report if they find you inadmissible.
The issue is getting to the port of entry, and having a US passport would enable you to get to the port of entry no matter where you’re flying from.
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