Here are the Top Canadian Google Searches of 2019

Here is what Canadians typed into Google the most in the past year

Google has released its 2019 trends. The search engine ranked the top overall Canadian searches, including questions asked beginning with Why?…How?…and Who?. They also ranked the top Canadians, top songs searched by Canadians and top news stories.

Top 10 searches by Canadians:

#10 Hurricane Dorian

Hurricane Dorian was one of the most powerful hurricanes recorded in the Atlantic Ocean in terms of 1-minute sustained winds, peaking at 185 mph (295 km/h). Dorian left behind considerable damage and economic losses in Atlantic Canada.

Hurricane Dorian

#9 Thanos

Thanos is a fictional supervillain appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics

#8 Don Cherry

Don Cherry was let-go from Coach’s Corner after making comments considered racist during his regular Saturday segment on Hockey Night In Canada.

#7 Bianca Andreescu

Bianca Andreescu became the first Canadian woman to win the Rogers Cup in 50 years.

Bianca Andreescu named Canadian Press Athlete of the Year
Bianca Andreescu named Canadian Press Athlete of the Year

#6 Game of Thrones

HBO has released the trailer for the final season of Game of Thrones

#5 Cameron Boyce

#4 Luke Perry

Luke Perry dead at 52
Luke Perry dead at 52

#3. Election Results

#2 Kawhi Leonard

Bye, Bye Kawhi
Bye, Bye Kawhi

#1 The Toronto Raptors

The NBA Champion Toronto Raptors were the most googled subject in Canada in 2019.

Toronto Raptors Win NBA Finals. Photo Credit: Raptors Facebook Page


Why is Toronto called the 6?

Why did Don Cherry get fired?

Why is blackface offensive?

Why is it called Good Friday?

Why am I always tired?


Who should I vote for?

Who won the Raptors game?

Who won the Super Bowl?

Who killed Jimmy Hoffa?

Who won the Stanley Cup?


How do I register to vote?

How old is Dolly Parton?

How many seats are needed to win a majority?

How many games are in the NBA finals?

How old is Canada in 2019?