Montreal’s Simple Plan could not stop British superstar Adele from dominating the Canadian album charts for yet another week.
Her hit effort, "21," returned to No. 1 in the land with another 15,000 in sales, according to data supplied by Neilsen SoundScan.
"21" has now sold over 340,000 since its release 18 weeks ago.
The biggest premiere of the week went to Simple Plan, whose new album "Get Your Heart On!" spent its first week at No. 2 with 13,000 in sales.
Three other debuts graced the top 10 - LMFAO's "Sorry for Party Rocking" (12,600) at No. 3, Pitbull's "Planet Pit" at No. 4, and Bon Iver's self-titled effort at No. 6.
Meanwhile, Lady Gaga's "Born This Way" slipped one notch to No. 5, Bad Meets Evil's EP ""Hell: The Sequel," the top dog last week, plummeted seven positions to No. 7, while the compilation "Mixmania 2" slipped five to No. 8.
City and Colour's "Little Hell" spent its third week at No. 9, and Jackie Evancho's "Dream With Me" held on to the No. 10 spot.
In the U.S., R&B singer Jill Scott's "The Light of the Sun" placed first, followed by Bon Iver in second, Adele in third, Jackie Evancho in fourth, and Justin Moore's "Outlaws Like Me" in fifth.