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Chart Toppers: Adele, Michael Bublé, Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran

Adele’s 30 holds at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the third straight week, earning the highest album sales and on-demand streams in the period.

Chart Toppers: Adele, Michael Bublé, Taylor Swift, and Ed Sheeran

By FYI Staff

Adele’s 30 holds at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart for the third straight week, earning the highest album sales and on-demand streams in the period.


Michael Bublé’s Christmas edges 3-2 and Taylor Swift’s Red (Taylor’s Version) drops to 3.

Ed Sheeran’s = remains at 4 and Elton John’s The Lockdown Sessions sprints 20-11. Both albums contain their new Merry Christmas seasonal duet, which is this week’s No. 1 selling digital song.

American rapper Polo G’s Hall of Fame rockets 64-5 thanks to a new deluxe version of the album. The title originally peaked at 2 when it was released in June.

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The top debut of the week belongs to established Quebec City rapper Souldia’s Dixque D’Art, at 25. It is his highest-charting album since Sirvivant reached No. 22 in November 2018.

Other debuts include Blue Rodeo’s Many a Mile at 45; Spanish hardcore band Niño’s Jefe, at 52; and Danish rock unit Volbeat’s Servant of The Mind, at 56.

– All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail provided by MRC Data's Paul Tuch

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Unlike former Toronto Raptor DeMar DeRozan, the Scarborough-born artist never got onstage, but he was in the audience of the show that featured Drake diss tracks 'Not Like Us' and 'Euphoria.'

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