Canada Reads

Canada Reads 2018: All the highlights

Check out some of the memorable moments from this year's show.
Here's a collection of some of the post powerful moments from Canada Reads 2018. 7:47

Canada Reads 2018 was filled with emotional pleas, lively debate, self-reflection and suspenseful voting.

We've collected highlight clips of the show, which you can watch above. After four days of debating, Forgiveness by Mark Sakamoto, defended by Jeanne Beker, was declared the winner of Canada Reads 2018

This year's contenders and their chosen books were:


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