Talking about a "Jewish cannon" without talking about the profound differences between the Law, the Prophets, and the Writings is nonsense.
The Law, called Torah (Truth, in Hebrew), the first five books of Moses, is the most important, and is considered by some, but not all, Jewish movements to be inspired in the Christian sense of "inspired".
The Prophets, well, the sayings of the prophets are "inspired", but the rest is not.
The Writings, are not "inspired" in the Christian sense.
I'm not an expert, so this is a very general statement.
The word 'Torah' means 'teachings'.
(Initial letters modidify the root in Hebrew, so 'mOReH' means 'teacher' and 'mesORaH' means 'tradition', etc.).
As a result of the language itself, 'Torah' means far more the the Five Books of Moses, or even the whole of the Jewish Bible, which is a strict hierarchy of three parts; Five Books of Moses, Prophets, and Writings.
Christians muddle this hierarchy, or turn it upside down, in order to justify their additions and modifications as well as interpretations.