Vancouver crooner Michael Buble was spreading some holiday cheer on the Canadian album charts this week.
His yuletide disc, "Christmas," which premiered at No. 2 last week, moved into the top slot with sales of 32,000, according to data supplied by Nielsen SoundScan.
Pop-punkers Hedley had the best debut of the week at No. 2 with their fourth studio effort "Storms" (23,000), while Justin Bieber's "Under the Mistletoe" (20,000) moved down Santa’s list to No. 3.
Adele's seemingly unstoppable "21" slipped one to No. 4, Coeur de Pirate's "Blonde" checked in at No. 5, and Coldplay's "Mylo Xyloto" spent its third week at No. 6.
Three more debuts graced the next three positions, starting with "DansePlus 2012" at No. 7, indie rapper Mac Miller's "Blue Slide Park" at No. 8, and Isabelle Boulay's "Les Grandes Espaces" at No. 9.
Meanwhile, Susan Boyle's "Someone to Watch Over Me" dropped four notches to No. 10.
In the U.S., Mac Miller (144,000) premiered in first, followed by Michael Buble in second, "NOW 40" in third, the "Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1" in fourth, and Adele in fifth.