List of number-one singles of 1997 (Canada)

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This is a list of the weekly Canadian RPM magazine[n 1] number one Top Singles chart of 1997.[n 2][n 3]
Canada identifies Canadian musical acts.

Volume:Issue Issue Date(s) Weeks on Top Song Artist
64:18 18 November 1996 - 6 January ¶ 8 ¶ "Head over Feet" Alanis Morissette Canada
64:19 13 January 1 "Mouth" Merril Bainbridge
64:20 20 January 1 "How Bizarre" OMC
64:21-22 27 January - 3 February 2 "Just Another Day" John Mellencamp
64:23-24 10 February - 17 February 2 "Don't Speak" No Doubt
64:25-26 24 February - 3 March 2 "A Long December" Counting Crows
65:1-3 10 March - 24 March 3 "Everyday Is a Winding Road" Sheryl Crow
65:4-8 31 March - 28 April 5 "One Headlight" The Wallflowers
65:9-10 5 May - 12 May 2 "Staring at the Sun" U2
65:11-13 19 May - 2 June 3 "Elegantly Wasted" INXS
65:14-15 9 June - 16 June 2 "I Want You" Savage Garden
65:16-18 23 June - 7 July 3 "Clumsy" Our Lady Peace Canada
65:19-21 14 July - 28 July 3 "MMMBop" Hanson
65:22-26, 66:1 4 August - 8 September 6 "Building a Mystery" Sarah McLachlan Canada
66:2-3 15 September - 22 September 2 "Honey" Mariah Carey
66:4-5 29 September - 6 October 2 "Building a Mystery" (re-entry) Sarah McLachlan Canada
66:6-7 13 October - 20 October 2 "Fly" Sugar Ray
66:8 27 October 1 "Anybody Seen My Baby?" The Rolling Stones
66:9 3 November 1 "Fly" (re-entry) Sugar Ray
66:10-15 10 November - 5 January 1998 ¶ 9 ¶ "Tubthumping" Chumbawamba

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¶ - Due to a three week break in RPM publication over the Christmas/New Year time, the intervening weeks are inferred.

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Notes
  1. ^ The magazine's weekly record charts were digitized by the AV Trust. The collection is archived by Library and Archives Canada here.
    The PDF text search does not work unless you have additional software installed. You must view each entry on the chart for a match.
  2. ^ A collection of all the .pdf files cited is available here.
  3. ^ On 21 March 1966, the chart became the RPM 100, as expanded to the top 100 singles.
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