City And Colour’s A Pill For Loneliness debuts at No. 1 on the Billboard Canadian Albums chart with 13,000+ total consumption units and earning best-seller status in the week. It is the fourth consecutive chart-topping studio album for Dallas Green and his first since 2015’s If I Should Go Before You. It is the fifth No. 1 album from a Canadian artist so far in 2019, following Bryan Adams, NAV, Jean Leloup and Drake.
Post Malone’s Hollywood’s Bleeding drops to No. 2 with close to 13,000 total consumption units, again picking up the highest audio on-demand streams and digital song totals for the week.
Quebec folk-rock quartet Les Cowboys Fringants’ Les Antipodes debuts at No. 3, with the second-highest album sales total for the week. It is their highest-charting album since 2008’s L’expedition reached No. 2.
Over It, the debut full-length album from Atlanta's latest R&B star Summer Walker, debuts at 4, picking up the second-highest audio on-demand streams for the week.
Other debuts in the top 50 include Dubliner Dermot Kennedy’s Without Fear, at 11; comedic Quebec pop singer Emile Bilodeau’s Grandeur Mature, at 18; American country singer Brantley Gilbert’s Fire & Brimstone, at 26; Beirut-born Brit-pop singer Mika’s My Name Is Michael Holbrook, at 30; K-pop septet SuperM’s SuperM – The 1st Mini Album, at 41; and Quebec folk-rock five-piece Kain’s Je Viens D’ici, at 44.
Travis Scott’s Highest In The Room debuts at No. 1 on the Streaming Songs chart. It is the third time he has topped the chart, following Sicko Mode in November 2018, and as a featured artist on Kodak Black’s Zeke in October 2018.
Dan + Shay & Justin Bieber’s 10,000 Hours debuts at No. 1 on the Digital Songs chart and No. 2 on the Streaming Songs chart. It is the country duo’s first chart-topping song and Bieber’s 11th No. 1.
— All data courtesy of SoundScan with additional detail from Nielsen Canada Director Paul Tuch.