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Perhaps the ink itself is not suitable. But, what paper stock are you using for glossy paper, first of all?
(And, are you using Canon OEM-original cartridges?)
How old is the printer in question?
The rollers might need cleaning, perhaps, to address the jamming problem.
You might want to go through your printer's driver settings, looking for 'drying time' and set it to a longer value, that might help with ink running or smearing.
OK. Let me know how it turns out, if you would please.
If you need to do a head cleaning, look in the Maintenance tab of the driver settings for your printer.
In a Windows PC, that is accessed through
Devices and Printers
right-click on the printer's icon.
Here's how to clean the rollers:
If the problem might possibly be owing to aging roller surfaces (for paper is fed into faxes and printers with rubber or plastic cylindrical rollers, that propel the sheet into or through the machine)... then you might need to clean the rollers in the problem area where feeding is not happening.
Remove all paper from the machine, unplug it, and open it so as to have access to the rollers in the problem area where feeding is not being done properly.
Take a clean high-quality lint-free rag cloth, moisten it with rubbing alcohol, and rub the rollers firmly all over their paper-contacting surfaces, three times over.
(If the rollers are hard to reach, there is another way to clean them... let me know if that is the case, and I will detail how to do the cleaning.)
Allow 5+ minutes for drying-off, then reload the paper, close up the machine where you opened it up, and then try again.