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Monday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
Friday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
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At Canada Business Services we have a great selection of monochrome, colour, 3-in-1 and multi-function printers.

Inkjet printers have become the standard for home computer use. They can turn out color photos nearly indistinguishable from lab processed photos, along with stickers, transparencies, t-shirt transfers, and greeting cards. Many produce excellent black and white text. With some very good models selling for less than $200, it's no surprise that inkjets account for the vast majority of printers sold for home use.

Laser printers still have their place in home offices. If you print reams of black and white text documents, you probably need the quality, speed, and low per copy cost of a laser printer. Printers use a computer's microprocessor and memory to process data. The latest inkjets and lasers are so fast partly because computers have become more powerful and contain much more memory than before.

Before you start shopping, decide whether to get an inkjet or a laser model, and a straight printer or an all-in-one. You can base your decision on what you'll be printing and how often you will be printing.

We sell and service a wide variety of printers including:


For A Quote On A Printer Contact One Of Our Sales Specialists Today And We Can Help You Pick The Right Printer That Will Fit Your Needs.


In this age of convergence, where multifunction devices ranging from printers to smartphones hold sway, single-function scanners still have a strong and dedicated following. This is because their makers design them to focus on a few specialized tasks, and to do them well. Thus, we have document scanners, photo scanners, book scanners, and more.

Some document scanners are hybrids, having a dock with ports, an automatic document feeder (ADF), and other office-friendly features, but they are able to undock and operate as mobile scanners. Many businesses still use classic desktop scanners, which usually offer advantages in speed and features that their mobile counterparts can't hope to match.

The quality and functionality of the scanners included with multifunction printers (MFPs) varies widely, and MFPs are often purchased with the scanner as an afterthought. To get the most out of your scanning, you'll probably want to get a single-function scanner. Fortunately, there are many fine models to choose from.

To Request A Quote On A Scanner Or For More Information On A Scanner Click Here To Have Someone From Our Sales Team Contact You.


You may think fax is dead. A lot of people do, actually.

But fax is not. It has evolved just as voice calling is not the same as it was 20 years ago. The latest iteration, fax-over-IP (FoIP), enables the fax machine to transmit through the Internet in much the same way as voice-over-IP (VoIP).

Here are six reasons why faxing is still important in today's workplace:

Simplicity - No matter the employee, sending and receiving a fax is something they know how to do. Young, old, tech-savvy or defiantly old-school, all can intuitively use a fax machine.

Traceability - Outgoing faxes are traceable because they generate a notification that is delivered to the sender. This helps ensure that the information was sent successfully. While we may think that all email arrives, for instance, the truth is that it does not. It can be delayed or end up on a spam folder, for instance. But with a fax, we know when it arrived.

Global reach -  Fax has long been an international communications medium. No matter the country, fax is there. Even with us now firmly in the internet age, fax is still considered the lowest common denominator, a technology that is used everywhere from Canada to Japan.

Security - T.30 fax protocol is a point-to-point communication system that shows if any malicious attempt was made to intercept the data. Those wanting even more secure faxes can use fax-over-IP (FoIP) technology to give added security through HTTPS encryption.

Popularity - Fax machines are ubiquitous, available to every business and organization around the world. Many businesses still rely on fax for their business processes, such as medical records transfer and financial document transmission. There is no legally recognized alternative to the fax in many cases, and it still is widely used even if it is starting to become more niche.

Legally Binding - Unlike e-signatures, which are still being recognized by some courts, fax technology already has clear precedent. The intrinsic nature of the T.30 fax protocol, accurately reproducing documents between two remote points, meets the legal requirements of custodianship, so it holds up in court.

For More Information On A Fax Machine Or A Quote From One Of Our Qualified Sales Personnel Click Here.