My colleague Rick Snyder made a handout that walks you through the integration of Pearson publisher materials with Canvas.
Note the caution about copying courses, which may end up with duplicate Pearson deep links if you are not careful.
PS: I've also used Connect and it works well too. I can't watch the guided videos half the time because it will start stuttering and freezing. I don't mind paying for a product, but at $100-$150, it needs to be a better program.
Take it for what it is, a chance to practice and reinforce what you've learned. It gives me feedback immediately that I can correct. And the fact I have to buy it multiple times is also ridiculous.
We're not trying to be jerks when we assign this stuff, it's genuinely good for you.
Lastly, if you're not getting it right the second time, you probably should be going back and reading the chapter; it's an indication that you haven't understood the concept.
I'm so fucking grateful ALL my accounting classes use pen and paper problems and make you create homework in Excel and turn it in. I require my students to use Wiley Plus and can say unequivocally that it significantly improves the discussion in class, exam scores, and student performance.
Not a crap college either but a high quality state school. Sure, I used to assign problems from the book, but there's absolutely no way that I could get students to do enough work, and grade the work in a timely fashion.
If your publisher is listed, enable the menu item like pictured below, and make sure you click on the Save button at the bottom of the page.
Below you will find some handouts, documentation, and videos on how to integrate your Canvas courses with various publishers.