Hamilton has 64 victories from 214 races and is second in the all-time list behind seven-times world champion Michael Schumacher (91).
However, a "quality issue" forced the team to abandon its debut until the French Grand Prix later this month, despite this, Bottas believes it won't hinder Mercedes' performance.
Tyre supplier Pirelli has nominated the Hypersoft (pink), Ultrasoft (purple) and Supersoft (red) tyres for this weekend's event.
The blind medium-speed Turn 5 leads drivers straight into Turn 6, a 90-degree left-hander that requires a tight line in order not to compromise Turn 7, ostensibly a right-hand acceleration zone where drivers can easily be sucked into the narrow strip of grass - and brush the concrete wall.
The Brackley-based outfit had originally planned to bring the second of the three allocated engines each of Formula 1's 10 teams is provided with across the 21-race season.
What can usually be expected in Canada, however, is the unexpected on a circuit which is effectively a 200mph version of Monaco.
"There are tracks where each driver has strengths and weaknesses", Hamilton said.
Schumacher, Vettel, Damon Hill, Jacques Villeneuve and Jenson Button are just some of the names to have left their mark over the years.
A spokesman said the engine to be raced in Montreal was not being asked to do more miles than intended - it had originally been scheduled to be used again at the Hungarian Grand Prix at the end of July.
McLaren's Fernando Alonso is celebrating his 300th race entered, although it will be his 298th actual start.
And it's also a crucial weekend for Renault and Honda, with the latter also introducing a new power unit that it hopes will convince Red Bull to make the switch for 2019.
Sauber and Williams will continue to linger towards the back but have shown they can get drivers on the fringes of the top 10 when running well.
For the team, it is hard to look beyond Ferrari as they hold so many aces up their sleeve heading into the weekend. Ferrari ought to know Montreal by now, seeing as how the city has hosted every Canadian Grand Prix for the last 40 years.
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