Most Popular Library Check Outs 2016: Canadian Edition

Last week, we shared the most popular books checked out in 2016 from the New York Public Library as well as 14 other metropolitan libraries nationwide.

In Canada, Quillblog featured the country's largest library system's "lists of its most-borrowed titles of 2016. A number of the year's biggest Canadian books proved to be just as popular with Toronto Public Library patrons as they were with retail customers and award juries."

And the CBC had "the scoop on the Vancouver Public Library's most in-demand books of the year‚ which include Thomas King's The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America, Wab Kinew's The Reason You Walk and Justin Trudeau's Common Ground."

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