Justin Douglas scored a pair of tries in Canada's 29-14 loss to Wales on Sunday in a placement game at the HSBC Sevens Series stop in Hong Kong.
Rodrigo Freudenthal and Rodrigo Marta had tries for the invitational Portuguese side.
The Sakura Sevens wrapped up an impressive day one by beating Belgium 35-0 with Suzuki taking her try tally to four with two further tries in the win.
England overcame Wales 36-19 in the other match in the group as Dan Norton became the new all-time leading World Rugby Sevens Series try-scorer.
Norton, who leads the circuit with 324 career tries, broke the record set by Collins Injera of Kenya at the 2017 tournament.
The All Blacks Sevens will next face Kenya in Hong Kong pool play, before a mouth-watering showdown against Fiji later tonight.
US count shows no Pakistan F-16s shot down in Indian battle
The news report has come at a time when India has taken up the use of F-16 by Pakistan in the 27 February dogfight. According to Foreign Policy magazine, Pak invited USA to physically count its F-16 planes.
England moved into second place in Pool D with the victory.
The Pool C match between New Zealand and Australia started with a minute's silence to commemorate victims in the Christchurch shootings.
In other matches, Samoa beat Scotland 17-7, South Africa defeated Japan 22-7, England beat Wales 36-19, United States of America defeated Spain 36-7 and New Zealand thrashed Australia 40-19.
In their Sydney 7s semifinal match, New Zealand beat Fiji 36-14 and in their Las Vegas 7s Cup quarterfinal match New Zealand also beat Fiji 19-14.
In the women's qualifying tournament, Brazil beat Scotland 28-19 to win the title.