List of number-one singles of 2006 (Canada)

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The following lists the number one best-selling singles in Canada in 2006 which was published in Billboard magazine under the Hits of the World section.[1] Only songs released as physical singles qualified for this chart during this time. During this period, the singles market in Canada was very limited in both scope and availability and, in many cases, these songs received little or no radio support. For tracks other than those by American Idol or Canadian Idol winners, sales were likely to be less than 1,000 per week. Nevertheless, this was the only singles chart Canadians had until June 2007, when the Canadian Hot 100 was released to the public. It also lists other big hits in the sales chart.

Note that Billboard publishes charts with an issue date approximately 7–10 days in advance.

Canada denotes Canadian content.

Chart history[edit]

Madonna's "Hung Up" spent 13 weeks at number-one in early 2006.
Taylor Hicks' "Do I Make You Proud" spent 15 weeks at number-one, his only number-one peaking song in Canada, and the longest number-one song of 2006.
Eva Avila's "Meant to Fly" was number-one for 9 weeks, her only number-one single in Canada.
Issue date Title Artist
January 7 Hung Up Madonna
January 14
January 21
January 28
February 4
February 11
February 18
February 25
March 4
March 11
March 18
March 25
April 1
April 8 Every Day Is Exactly the Same Nine Inch Nails
April 15
April 22
April 29
May 6
May 13
May 20
May 27 SOS Rihanna
June 3 Promiscuous Nelly Furtado Canada featuring Timbaland
June 10 Do I Make You Proud Taylor Hicks
June 17
June 24
July 1
July 8
July 15
July 22
July 29
August 5
August 12
August 19
August 26
September 2
September 9
September 16
September 23 Meant to Fly Eva Avila Canada
September 30
October 7
October 14
October 21
October 28
November 4
November 11
November 18
November 25 The Saints Are Coming U2 and Green Day
December 2
December 9
December 16
December 23
December 30

References[edit]

  1. ^ Billboard, January 4, 2003 - December 27, 2003