Well, if it is Canon paper, the print driver should include printer profiles that are generic but usually good as long as you are using Canon OEM ink.
I've got a next-level-down Canon 9000-2, and I believe it came with software that can make a printer profile specific for your printer, maybe with non-OEM ink, and maybe with non-Canon paper. However, I believe it assumes you have a pricey X-Rite spectro. (maybe a less expensive ColorMunki, but maybe not ... still $400 USD or so)
Some non-OEM paper vendors supply generic printer profiles for the 9500, like Red River. They will assume OEM ink, however.