Phoenix canariensis is from the Canary Islands, well off the coast of NW Africa, hence the correct common name of Canary Islands Palm. It was brought to California a long time ago and has become endemic, in fact, invasive. The edible date palm is P. dactylifera, a native of Northern Africa. It is also widespread in S. California and is grown commercially in the desert around Indio.
Palmbob, Canariensis typically have yellow/orange fruit, but as we all know, they easily hybridize and have different characteristics (in this case, red fruit). I've read that the red fruited canariensis could be a hybrid with p.rupicola. Do you know anything about the red fruited canariensis?