NO chance you are "moving" to the US. You have no qualifications for any type of employment visa. Only qualified employers can apply for any employment visa for their qualified foreign employee, and you remain in your own country while their application is processed, your visa interview is at the nearest US consulate to your home in Canada, etc.
Even for short-term, seasonal labor, e.g. resort work, employers really want only experienced waiters & similar resort staff, experienced ski instructors at ski resorts (they are especially fond of Olympic & World champions for the advertising/PR value of having someone internationally renowned), etc. Many resort jobs do not pay enough to cover the very high costs of short-term housing in resort areas, so make sure you find a place with dorm accommodations for staff. Such jobs often last less than 4-6 months, and you return home immediately. Last day of full-time employment is the last day your visa is valid, so get home by the next day.
If you want to go to university in the US, and if you meet all requirements for admission to university, you could study in US. But you are required as a condition of student visas to return to your country of citizenship immediately upon completion or termination of full-time studies. Foreign students (including Canadians!) are strictly prohibited from working in US. IF you were awarded Work-Study as part of a financial aid package (hard to get), you could work on campus up to 20 hrs/wk. The money will NOT be enough to pay either school or living expenses. To study abroad, you must prove you & your parents have sufficient funds for all school + living expenses + return transportation to country of citizenship. Expect to need a minimum of USD50,000/yr for 4 yrs for bachelor's programs. Costs tend to be higher in California, especially cost of living.
Canadian citizens are allowed visa-free entry to US for up to 180 days in any 365-day period, but that is SOLELY for tourism, and you may be required to prove you have sufficient funds for all typical tourist expenses: return transportation, hotels, restaurant meals, sightseeing, etc. You cannot work, look for work, or do anything which indicates any intent to remain, or lose those visa-free privileges forever.