The Copa America Centenario kicks off on June 3 and runs through June 26 with the final at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. In Canada, you have three options for watching matches on TV.
Univision Canada owns the Spanish language rights for the tournament in Canada, and is the easiest, cheapest route for watching all of the matches. Most cable/satellite providers will allow you to add this channel for the month for a small fee ($8). Check with your cable/satellite provider. Note that most providers only carry the Standard Definition (SD) version of this station.
For English language coverage, the matches are available individually on a Pay-per-View basis. One benefit is that these are shown in HD. Once again, check with your local cable and satellite provider.
Fox affiliates throughout the United States are showing selected matches on weekends, and these are available in Canada in most areas. Consult your local listings for matches and times.