Xerox Canada is a wholly owned subsidiary of Xerox Corporation. Established in 1953 as The Haloid Company of Canada Limited, the name was changed to Xerox of Canada Limited in 1961, and to Xerox Canada Inc. in 1980.

In 1972, Xerox Canada ceased being a part of U.S. operations and became a member of the international group within Xerox Corporation. In June 1984, the company issued shares to the public and today is 13% publicly owned, with its common shares being listed on the Montreal and Toronto stock exchanges.

Canadian revenues in 2004 were $1.19 billion, while net income was at $131.8 million. Employee count at the end of 2004 was 4,800.

Pro-Data has been an official distributor of Xerox Office Printers since 2001.