Canada Reads

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?

Canada Reads 2022: Day Two

2 months ago
Duration 1:04:59
The battle of the books returns! Five Canadians go head-to-head over which book the entire country should read. This year's theme: One Book to Connect Us.

It's Day Two of Canada Reads 2022! Life in the City of Dirty Water by Clayton Thomas-Müller was eliminated on Day One, which means its champion, Suzanne Simard, is now a free agent.

It's now down to four contending books — which one will be the next to go?

Watch the other debates:

The Canada Reads 2022 champions and their chosen books are:

Watch the recap of Day Two on this page. Find other ways to tune in — radio, podcast, television, on-demand stream — here.

The second round of Canada's annual great book debate (March 29, 2022) was both passionate and intense as the contending panellists went head-to-head on why their book is the "one book to connect us."

Moderated by host Ali Hassan, the panellists assessed the writing and style of the contending books and discussed the literary themes of self-discovery, healing and emotional complexity — with the ensuing debates leading to a tense final vote.

Check this link to find out which book was voted off on Day One & Two of Canada Reads 2022.

Want to learn more about the books? Check out the Canada Reads 2022 podcast.

Last year, Mohawk actor Devery Jacobs championed Joshua Whitehead's novel, Jonny Appleseed, to victory on Canada Reads 2021.

WARNING: The books chosen for Canada Reads deal with difficult topics, such as trauma and abuse. These stories may be shared during the broadcast. Click this link to find publicly available resources for support.

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