Canada conceded nine tries, but rallied in the second-half with forward Dan Pletch and wing Mike Pyke touching down for the Canucks.
"It was a good experience for our guys," said Suggitt. "I asked our players to be bold and throw caution to the wind, when that happens mistakes can be made, so you have to take that as part and parcel of the experience."
"We will beat Wales, that's what we are going to the World Cup for. It's a realistic aim and that's what we are building towards."