The best moments from Canada Reads 2022
A new winner has been crowned! Here are some of the most powerful moments from this year's debates.
'I had absolutely no idea that it would take off': Lawrence Hill reflects on 15 years of The Book of Negroes
The Book of Negroes, first published in 2007, has sold 800,000 copies in Canada. Hill will celebrate the book at an in-person event at the AfterWords Literary Festival in Halifax on Oct. 2.
Holocaust survivor and Canada Reads author Max Eisen dead at 93
Eisen was a Toronto-based author, public speaker and an Order of Canada recipient. In the Canada Reads-winning memoir By Chance Alone, Eisen recounted how he escaped death in the Auschwitz gas chambers during the Holocaust.
Christian Allaire, championing Five Little Indians by Michelle Good, wins Canada Reads 2022
Ojibway fashion journalist Christian Allaire, championing Five Little Indians by Michelle Good, prevailed in the final vote over actor Malia Baker and the novel Scarborough by Catherine Hernandez.
Canada Reads 2022: Watch the finale replay
It's time to crown the new winner of Canada Reads!
10 books to read if you loved Canada Reads winner Five Little Indians
If you loved the Canada Reads 2022-winning novel championed by Christian Allaire, check out these other great Canadian books.
10 books to read if you loved Canada Reads finalist Washington Black
If you have finished reading the Canada Reads 2022 novel championed by Mark Tewksbury, check out these other great Canadian books.
12 books to read if you loved Canada Reads finalist Life in the City of Dirty Water
If you have finished reading Clayton Thomas-Müller's Canada Reads memoir, here are some other great books to check out.
10 books to read if you loved Canada Reads finalist What Strange Paradise by Omar El Akkad
If you have finished reading the novel What Strange Paradise, check out these other great Canadian books.
10 books to read if you loved Canada Reads finalist Scarborough by Catherine Hernandez
If you are finished reading the novel Scarborough, check out these other great Canadian books.
Christian Allaire and Malia Baker go head-to-head in the Canada Reads 2022 finale
On the final day of Canada Reads 2022, Christian Allaire and Malia Baker make their final arguments over why their chosen book is the "One Book to Connect Us."
'After years of lies and hiding, I was finally out': Mark Tewksbury on why he champions Washington Black
On Day Three of Canada Reads 2022, Mark Tewksbury reflects on a personal connection to the novel he's championing, Washington Black by Esi Edugyan.
Resources & Supports | Canada Reads 2022
The Canada Reads 2022 books touch on difficult issues. You can access support and services via the websites and phone numbers listed here.
Canada Reads 2022: Watch the Day Three replay here
It's the third day of Canada Reads 2022. Only three books left in the debate.
'No one was born to become a refugee': Tareq Hadhad champions What Strange Paradise
On Day Two of Canada Reads 2022, Tareq Hadhad shared his thoughts on novel What Strange Paradise by Omar El Akkad.
Canada Reads 2022: Watch the Day Two replay here
It's the second day of Canada Reads 2022. Only four books left in the debate. What is the One Book to Connect Us?
'It shows us a pathway forward': Suzanne Simard champions Life in the City of Dirty Water
On Day One of Canada Reads 2022, Suzanne Simard shared her thoughts on memoir Life in the City of Dirty Water by Clayton Thomas-Müller.
Canada Reads 2022: Watch the Day One replay here
The 21st edition of the great Canadian book debate hosted by Ali Hassan begins here. What is the One Book to Connect Us?
How to tune in to Canada Reads 2022
The debates take place March 28-31!
Meet the Canada Reads 2022 contenders
This year's theme is One Book to Connect Us. The debates will take place March 28-31.
Watch the Canada Reads 2022 book trailers
Canada Reads 2022 will take place March 28-31. The debates will be hosted by Ali Hassan and will be broadcast on CBC Radio One, CBC TV, CBC Gem and on CBC Books.
Get ready for Canada Reads 2022 with the pre-show podcast
The great Canadian book debate takes place March 28-31. Get to know the 2022 contenders with the pre-show podcast.
Malia Baker on the power of books — and how she's prepping for the 2022 Canada Reads debates
Malia Baker is championing Scarborough by Catherine Hernandez on Canada Reads 2022. The debates take place March 28-31.
Esi Edugyan reflects on art, identity and belonging with her Canada Reads novel Washington Black
Mark Tewksbury champions Washington Black on Canada Reads 2022. The debates will take place March 28-31 and will be broadcast on CBC Radio One, CBC TV, CBC Gem and on CBC Books.
Download the poster for Canada Reads 2022!
Download the official Canada Reads 2022 poster before the debates, which take place March 28-31!